List of rpm packages installed on Cloudera install

A list of packages installed on installation of Cloudera Standard is as follows. A few packages get installed after the last package, impala. I hope to complete the list soon. This list is for cloudera standard 4.5. Packages get installed in the following sequence only.

yum -y install jdk.x86_64
yum -y install cloudera-manager-agent
yum -y install cloudera-manager-daemons
yum -y install bigtop-utils
yum -y install bigtop-jsvc
yum -y install bigtop-tomcat
yum -y install hadoop
yum -y install hadoop-hdfs
yum -y install hadoop-httpfs
yum -y install hadoop-mapreduce
yum -y install hadoop-client
yum -y install hadoop-hdfs-fuse
yum -y install hbase
yum -y install hive
yum -y install oozie-client
yum -y install oozie
yum -y install pig
yum -y install hue-plugins
yum -y install hue-common.x86_64
yum -y install hue-proxy
yum -y install hue-about
yum -y install hue-help
yum -y install hue-filebrowser
yum -y install hue-jobbrowser
yum -y install hue-jobsub
yum -y install hue-beeswax
yum -y install hue-useradmin
yum -y install hue-shell.x86_64
yum -y install hue
yum -y install sqoop
yum -y install flume-ng
yum -y install impala

The install as per the above list starts (in this sequence) only after cloudera-manager-installer.bin has completed its job. This list may be useful, incase someone is trying to install cloudera on Fedora.




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