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Subject [GitHub] [ambari] hurryupharry commented on pull request #3283: AMBARI-25599 Consider to eliminate HDP public binary references (santal)
Date Thu, 12 Aug 2021 13:49:00 GMT

hurryupharry commented on pull request #3283:

   > > > > > > Yes, How can we build source code of apache ambari if we
need public HDP repositories which are behind the paywall now?
   > > > > > 
   > > > > > 
   > > > > > This PR replaces the used HDP components with their Apache counterparts,
so can build Ambari from source
   > > > > 
   > > > > 
   > > > > @sziszo Great..! I am able to build rpm for apache ambari server and
ambari agent. I started ambari server but there is no **Version Definition File** in Select
Version section in apache ambari user interface.
   > > > > How can we create version definition file with working public repositories
for installing custom stack?
   > > > > **Please let me know from where we can get install HDP like stack .**
   > > > > Thank you for your time & consideration..!
   > > > 
   > > > 
   > > > @NISHANTSHRIVASTAV , are you find someone free HDP repo to use with Ambari?
   > > 
   > > 
   > > No I have not got open source HDP repositores.
   > At present, I have also encountered this problem. Do you have a good solution
   Same here - I've spent hours over the past few days getting Ambari to compile and install
on Ubuntu 18.04. This morning I finally had it working, but I immediately ran into this problem
with no available versions in the wizard.  
   This PR acknowledges the problem that HDP repos are no longer an option since Hortonworks
does not exist anymore, but only fixes the Ambari build problems.
   @NISHANTSHRIVASTAV has repeatedly and clearly asked the question here: how do we get repositories
for Hadoop, Hbase, Solr, Kafka etc so that they can be made available in the Ambari Cluster
creation wizard?
   I don't mind if it involves work on my part, but it is beyond my current knowledge, I would
need some documentation on how to achieve this.
   Currently it seems that Ambari is not a viable product? I'm really interested in getting
a fully open source cluster operational but that would have to include a management piece
like Ambari.
   So, to repeat @NISHANTSHRIVASTAV's question, has anyone out there built an operational
Ambari recently with repositories for HBase, Hadoop, Kafka etc that can be made to appear
in the 'select version' section of the Wizard, and is there documentation on how to do this?
If not, of what use now is Ambari? Not trying to be confrontational, I really want to use
Ambari, but it seems not possible without having way more knowledge than I currently possess
on setting up repositories etc.

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