Build and install Ambari 2.8.0
Notice: Ambari 2.8.0 only supports CentOS-7(x86_64) currently
Step 1: Download and build Ambari 2.8.0 source
Go to http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/ambari/ambari-2.8.0 and find the suggested mirror for download. The process to verify the download is described is at http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi#verify
Note: You need to have tools such as rpm-build tool, brunch, etc. For details on prerequisites, please see Ambari Development.
Step 2: Install Ambari Server
Install the rpm package from ambari-server/target/rpm/ambari-server/RPMS/noarch/
Step 3: Setup and Start Ambari Server
Run the setup command to configure your Ambari Server, Database, JDK, LDAP, and other options:
Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.
Once set up is done, start Ambari Server:
Step 4: Install and Start Ambari Agent on All Hosts
Note: This step needs to be run on all hosts that will be managed by Ambari.
Copy the rpm package from ambari-agent/target/rpm/ambari-agent/RPMS/x86_64/ and run:
Make sure hostname under the [server] section points to the actual Ambari Server host, rather than "localhost".
Step 5: Deploy Cluster using Ambari Web UI
Open up a web browser and go to http://<ambari-server-host>:8080.
Log in with username admin and password admin and follow on-screen instructions. Secure your environment by ensuring your administrator details are changed from the default values as soon as possible.
Under Install Options page, enter the hosts to add to the cluster. Do not supply any SSH key, and check "Perform manual registration on hosts and do not use SSH" and hit "Next".
Build your yum repository
Ambari 2.8.0 doesn't provide yum repository like the old versions did, we need to build repository on our own.
Check Bigtop document before you do the following steps: https://github.com/apache/bigtop#for-developers-building-the-entire-distribution-from-scratch.
Step 1: Download Bigtop 3.2.0 source
Go to http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/bigtop/bigtop-3.2.0 and find the suggested mirror for download. The process to verify the download is described is at http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi#verify
Step 2: Build Bigtop components
Make sure you have build environment set for bigtop packages(CentOS-7, x86_64).
Step 3: Download and Build Ambari Metrics 3.0.0
Go to http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/ambari/ambari-metrics-3.0.0 and find the suggested mirror for download. The process to verify the download is described is at http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi#verify
Step 4: Move Ambari Metrics packages to bigtop directory
Assuming you download ambari-metrics and bigtop source code on the same directory
Step 5: Create your yum repository
Step 6: Change repository url
Change your repository url to point to the yum repository you just built.