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fixing yarn scheduler port number 8050 -> 8030
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dyozie committed May 10, 2016
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@@ -151,14 +151,14 @@ title: Install Apache HAWQ using Ambari
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|**Advanced hawq-site > hawq\_rm\_yarn\_address**|Specify the address and port number of the YARN resource manager server \(the value of `yarn.resourcemanager.address`\). For example: rm1.example.com:8050|
|**Advanced hawq-site > hawq\_rm\_yarn\_queue\_name**|Specify the YARN queue name to use for registering the HAWQ resource manager. For example: `default` **Note:** If you specify a custom queue name other than `default`, you must configure the YARN scheduler and custom queue capacity, either through Ambari or directly in YARN's configuration files. See [Integrating YARN with HAWQ](/20/resourcemgmt/YARNIntegration.html) for more details. |
|**Advanced hawq-site > hawq\_rm\_yarn\_scheduler\_address**|Specify the address and port number of the YARN scheduler server \(the value of `yarn.resourcemanager.scheduler.address`\). For example: rm1.example.com:8050|
|**Advanced hawq-site > hawq\_rm\_yarn\_scheduler\_address**|Specify the address and port number of the YARN scheduler server \(the value of `yarn.resourcemanager.scheduler.address`\). For example: rm1.example.com:8030|

If you have enabled high availability for YARN, then verify that the following values have been populated correctly in HAWQ:

|Property|Action|
|--------|------|
|**Custom yarn-client > yarn.resourcemanager.ha**|Comma-delimited list of the fully qualified hostnames of the resource managers. When high availability is enabled, YARN ignores the value in hawq\_rm\_yarn\_address and uses this property’s value instead. For example, `rm1.example.com:8050,rm2.example.com:8050` |
|**Custom yarn-client > yarn.resourcemanager.scheduler.ha**|Comma-delimited list of fully qualified hostnames of the resource manager schedulers. When high availability is enabled, YARN ignores the value in hawq\_rm\_yarn\_scheduler\_address and uses this property’s value instead. For example,`rm1.example.com:8050,rm2.example.com:8050` |
|**Custom yarn-client > yarn.resourcemanager.scheduler.ha**|Comma-delimited list of fully qualified hostnames of the resource manager schedulers. When high availability is enabled, YARN ignores the value in hawq\_rm\_yarn\_scheduler\_address and uses this property’s value instead. For example,`rm1.example.com:8030,rm2.example.com:8030` |

18. Click **Next** to continue the installation. (Depending on your cluster configuration, Ambari may recommend that you change other properties before proceeding.)
18. Review your configuration choices, then click **Deploy** to begin the installation. Ambari now begins to install, start, and test the HAWQ and PXF configuration. During this procedure, you can click on the **Message** links to view the console output of individual tasks.
@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ Follow this procedure to make the required changes:
4. Restart both Hive and HBase to use the updated classpath and new properties.
5. In order to use PXF with HBase or Hive tables, you must grant the `pxf` user read permission on those tables:
* For HBase, use the `GRANT` command for each table that you want to access with PXF. For example:

```
hbase(main):001:0> grant 'pxf', 'R', 'my_table'
```

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