Using a Local, Shared Repository With the MapR Installer
The MapR Installer can use a local repository instead of an Internet repository.
When you run the
mapr-setup.sh script, it attempts to connect to package.mapr.com and configures an Internet repository. If there is no
Internet connectivity, the script asks for archive files so that it can create a local
-a <full path each archive file>to the
mapr-setup.shscript bypasses the Internet connectivity check and automatically creates a local repository with the provided archive files.
To install with a local, shared repository, the node that runs
needs the following:
- Any OS dependencies or Java Development Kit (JDK) packages that are required.
- A webserver. The script will attempt to install a webserver on the node if a webserver is not available. The webserver is needed to provide the MapR package files to each node in the cluster.
- Archive file(s). To install MapR 5.2 and above, you need to download mutiple
archive files. To install MapR 5.1 or 5.0, you need to download a single archive
For MapR 5.2 and above
Note: The MEP-<version> directory can be represented by a 2-digit number or a 3-digit number. The 3-digit MEP directory is for users who do manual installations. The 2-digit MEP directory is for use by the MapR installer.
- The MapR Core archive file. Download the MapR
mapr-<version>GA.<dep|rpm>.tgzfrom one of the following locations, based on the operating system of the node:
Note: The package
mapr-v<version>GA-upgrade.<rpm/deb>.tgzis not for use with the MapR Installer.
- The MapR Installer archive file. Based on the
operating system of the node, download
mapr-installer-<version>.<yyyymmdd>.<dep|rpm>.tgzfrom one of the following locations:
- The MapR Ecosystem Pack (MEP) archive file. Based
on the operating system of the node, download
mapr-mep-<version>.<yyyymmdd>.<dep|rpm>.tgzfrom one of the following locations:
For MapR 5.0 and 5.1 The MapR archive file.Download the
mapr-5.0-5.1.<yyyymmdd><dep|rpm>.tgzarchive file from one of the following locations, based on the operating system of the node:
- The MapR Core archive file. Download the MapR archive file
bash ./mapr-setup.sh –a <full path to the archive files>