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Vora 1.3 from Cloud Appliance Library - Vora cluster is on mounted disk, how to use it?

Since my previous related question here, I have figured out that the Vora cluster with all its other Hadoop-related programs is installed on the server as a mounted disk under:

/data/docker/devicemapper/mnt/bc494061d0f919af6d509c5dd0b459cf6d769171da5de9ecf23a8d567d07239c/rootfs

Under this path there is a complete linux filesystem, so I would like to log into the users in this file system, and install components related to this filesystem, and not on the server in the bottom. F.example this user: /data/docker/devicemapper/mnt/bc494061d0f919af6d509c5dd0b459cf6d769171da5de9ecf23a8d567d07239c/rootfs/home/cluster_admin

The original reason why I wanted to do this is that I wanted to install Hive on my cluster, and thus have to install a database on the server. However, when just typing "zypper install mysql-connector-java*" the installation comes into the server in the bottom, not the mounted device where Vora and so on is located. Furthermore, I could not write "ambari-server setup --jdbc-db=mysql --jdbc-driver=/usr/share/java/mysql-connector-java.jar" because ambari-server is not recognised outside the mounted device.

Is this possible?

And why has SAP chosen to mount Vora 1.3 into /data/docker/devicemapper...?

And what is the best way to work and interact with the Vora server from here.

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    Apr 27, 2017 at 01:43 PM

    Hello,

    Please check my answer in the previous question.

    Kind regards,

    Elitsa Milanova

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