Typical scenarios After you installed LAM you can configure it to fit your needs. The complete configuration can be done inside the application. There is no need to edit configuration files.
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Send any errors found, suggestions for improvement, or compliments to user trafodion. Include the document title and any comment, error found, or suggestion for improvement you have concerning this document. Quick Start This chapter provides a quick start for how to use the command-line Trafodion Installer to install Trafodion.
You need the following before using the information herein: Refer to the Release Notes for information about supported versions. This user ID must have sudo access.
The Trafodion Installer modifies and restarts your Hadoop environment. Download the following packages: Refer to the Trafodion Client Install Guide for instructions.
Example Download the Trafodion Installer and Server binaries: HTTP request sent, awaiting response Unpack Installer and Server package The first step in the installation process is to unpack the Trafodion Installer tar file.
Java Location Java location can be automatically detected by installer. You need to provide the java location only if installer cannot detect it. How to detect java location manually: Example ps -ef grep java grep hadoop grep hbase hbase 1 HMaster start The Java location is: Data Nodes Trafodion is installed on all data nodes in your Hadoop cluster.
You need to record hostname for each node when you install Trafodion on Apache Hadoop. Please refer to Guided Install for the example of installing Trafodion on a two-node Cloudera Hadoop cluster.
You may choose whether to add Trafodion to an existing Hadoop environment or to create a standalone Hadoop environment specifically for Hadoop. This guide assumes that a Hadoop environment exists upon which your provisioning Trafodion. Refer to Hadoop Software for information about what Hadoop software is required Trafodion.
Security Considerations The following users and principals need be considered for Trafodion: A Linux-level user that performs the Trafodion provisioning tasks. This user ID requires sudo access and passwordless ssh among the nodes where Trafodion is installed.
Refer to Trafodion Provisioning User for more information about the requirements and usage associated with this user ID. A Linux-level user under which the Trafodion software runs, default name is trafodion.
In addition, this user ID requires passwordless access among the nodes where Trafodion is installed. Trafodion users are managed by Trafodion security features grant, revoke, etc. These users are referred to as database users and do not have direct access to the operating system.
If your environment has been provisioned with Kerberos, then the following additional information is required. Trafodion requires administrator access to Kerberos to create principals and keytabs for the trafodion user, and to look-up principal names for HDFS and HBase keytabs.
Refer to Kerberos for more information about the requirements and usage associated with this principal. Trafodion requires administrator access to HBase to grant required privileges to the trafodion user.
Refer to Kerberos for more information about the requirements and usage associated with this keytab. Trafodion requires administrator access to HDFS to create directories that store files needed to perform SQL requests such as data loads and backups.Hi guys i need an acl like that access to rutadeltambor.come="ou=Company_People,dc=company,dc=com" attrs=cn,member by dn="uid=testadmin,ou=People,dc=company,dc=com" write by dn="uid=admin,ou=People,dc=company,dc=com" write by users read by * none It works fine for me that uid=testadmin has only rights on two attributs cn,member under "ou=Company_People.
To add or delete an entry, the subject must have write access to the entry's entry attribute AND must have write access to the entry's parent's children attribute. So you need to grant access to the entry and children pseudo attributes.
Apr 10, · ldap_delete: Insufficient access (50) additional info: no write access to parent So, despite admin1 being in the ldapadmins group and this group having full access (manage), I cannot delete an entry.
The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP / ˈ ɛ l d æ p /) is an open, vendor-neutral, industry standard application protocol for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services over an Internet Protocol (IP) network.
C. Common errors encountered when using OpenLDAP Software.
|The "Linux Standard Base" defines three required user and group names.|
|The entries comprise user entries. The directory server has a password checking function capable of checking the password for a user entry, based on password-related data.|
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|In this tutorial we will see how we can create and attach attributes to various program entities, and how we can retrieve attribute information in a run-time environment. Introduction Attributes are a new kind of declarative information.|
|Each repository resource is protected by some ACL.|
While the additional information provided with the result code might provide some hint as to the problem, often one will need to consult the server's log files.
access to attr=userPassword by self =w by anonymous auth access * by self write by users read C ldap_bind. slapd-sock - Socket backend/overlay to slapd SYNOPSIS /etc/ldap/rutadeltambor.com DESCRIPTION access to the children pseudo-attribute of the parent entry, nor to that of the new parent, if different; write (=w) access to the distinguished values of the naming attributes is not checked.