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Horton Works – Assign Static IP to HDP Sandbox V2.X in vSphere 6.X

April 2, 2018


I downloaded the HDP Sandbox 2.6 and tried to install it in vSphere. After making and breaking the file .ova file and finally deploying it;the machine got up but with network issues. To give your appliance a static IP address you will have to edit the networking scripts and reboot the machine. First of all verify your NIC instance with the following command (ens32 in my case).

ip addr show


The scripts can be found in the following location.

cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts


Evidently a script in my NIC instance name was missing.  I copied the contents of the already provided script (ifcfg-ens33) into a new file in my NIC instance name and modified the parameters to give a static IP to my sandbox instance.

vi ifcfg-ens32







Save the file and reboot your appliance.

# reboot

After the reboot; the script assigned the static IP to the NIC instance and the Ambari server was up and running.

Installation of VMware ESXi 5.0

July 6, 2012

When I started working on VMware; that was like almost 6 months ago; I did not even had the slightest clue about virtualization nor did I had an opportunity to do any official VMware courses or take any trainings. But I owe it all to the Internet! And every time I think of that; I feel like paying back. So that why I will be sharing some basic major steps here to get one all acquainted with VMware and Virtualization products.

So the first one in the series is to set-up your own virtual host. And heres how you would be able to do that.  

1. VMware Hypervisor ESXi 5.0 can be installed on a machine that supports Virtual Technology (VT). Before installation make sure VT is enabled in the BIOS settings. Insert what ever media you are using that has the ESXi-5.0.0-469512-standard Installer image. The following screen will appear.
Image2. Select the installer to begin installation.

Image3. Press F11 to accept the user terms.

Image4. Select the proper disk to install the hypervisor. Before installation you need to make sure that a designated volume is left aside for ESXi installation. Typical size of ESXi complete installation takes upto 975 MB. Recommended size for the ESXi partition is 5 GB. Press Enter to continue.

Image5. Select the keyboard layout language.

Image6. Press F11 to confirm the installation.

Image7. Enter a password for the root login (optional). Pressing Enter will start the installation process.
ImageImage8. After successful installation, the user will be prompted for a reboot.


9. After rebooting the user will be prompted with a greeting page.
Image10. In-order to change the default IP setting for the ESXi; press F2 to enter system customization menu and select Configure Management Network. Enter the values for IP address, Subnet, Gateway and DNS. Make sure to save the setting before exiting.

Image11.Your ESXi host is now ready for use. To login into the host you will need to install VMware vSphere on any network PC as ESXi itself don’t not provide any interface to managing the host.

And in my next post I will be telling you about VMware vSphere 5.0. Stay tuned then! For time being CiaOo!!!

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