Latest Event Updates

Cloudera Enterprise VS Cloudera Express

Posted on Updated on

Cloudera Version Comparison Express Version Enterprise Version
Cluster Management
Number of hosts supported Unlimited Unlimited
Host inspector for determining CDH readiness Yes Yes
Multi-cluster management Yes Yes
Centralized view of all running commands Yes Yes
Resource management Yes Yes
Global time control for historical diagnosis Yes Yes
Cluster-wide configuration Yes Yes
Cluster-wide event management Yes Yes
Cluster-wide log search Yes Yes
Aggregate UI No Yes
Deployment
Support for CDH 4 and CDH 5 Yes Yes
Automated deployment and readiness checks Yes Yes
Installation from local repositories Yes Yes
Rolling upgrade of CDH No Yes
Service and Configuration Management
Manage Accumulo, Flume, HBase, HDFS, Hive, Hue, Impala, Isilon, Kafka, Kudu, MapReduce, Oozie, Sentry, Solr, Spark, Sqoop, YARN, and ZooKeeper services Yes Yes
Manage Key Trustee and Cloudera Navigator No Yes
Manage add-on services Yes Yes
Rolling restart of services No Yes
High availability (HA) support Yes Yes
CDH 4 – HDFS and MapReduce JobTracker (CDH 4.2) Yes Yes
CDH 5 – HDFS, Hive Metastore, Hue, Impala Llama ApplicationMaster, MapReduce JobTracker, Oozie, YARN ResourceManager Yes Yes
HBase co-processor support Yes Yes
Configuration audit trails Yes Yes
Client configuration management Yes Yes
Workflows (add, start, stop, restart, delete, and decommission services, hosts, and role instances) Yes Yes
Role groups Yes Yes
Host templates Yes Yes
Configuration versioning and history No Yes
Restoring a configuration using the API No Yes
Security
Kerberos authentication Yes Yes
LDAP authentication for CDH Yes Yes
LDAP authentication for Cloudera Manager No Yes
SAML authentication No Yes
Encrypted communication between Server and host Agents (TLS) Yes Yes
Sentry role-based access control Yes Yes
Password redaction Yes Yes
Data encryption with KMS No Yes
Cloudera Manager user roles No Yes
Monitoring and Diagnostics
Service, host, and activity monitoring Yes Yes
Proactive health tests Yes Yes
Health history Yes Yes
Advanced filtering and charting of metrics Yes Yes
Job monitoring for MapReduce jobs, YARN applications, and Impala queries Yes Yes
Similar activity performance for MapReduce jobs Yes Yes
Support for terminating activities Yes Yes
Alert Management
Alert by email Yes Yes
Alert by SNMP Yes Yes
User-defined triggers Yes Yes
Custom alert publish scripts Yes Yes
Advanced Management Features
Automated backup and disaster recovery No Yes
File browsing, searching, and disk quota management No Yes
HBase, MapReduce, Impala, and YARN usage reports No Yes
Support integration No Yes
Operational reports No Yes
Cloudera Navigator Data Management
Metadata management and augmentation No Yes
Ingest policies No Yes
Analytics No Yes
Auditing No Yes
Lineage No Yes
Advertisements

Eternal Memory

Posted on Updated on

If God created us with a limitation, there should be a reason for it. Having an eternal memory that you could never forget of a something will do no good.

There is so much hidden message in the 3rd episode of “Black Mirror” from season one. The Entire History of You.

Plot

In an alternative reality, most people have a “grain” implanted behind their ear that records everything they do, see, or hear. This allows memories to be played back either in front of the person’s eyes or on a screen, a process known as a “re-do”.

Liam Foxwell (Toby Kebbell), a young lawyer, attends a work appraisal which he feels did not go well. After leaving the meeting he replays his memory of it and dwells on a seemingly insincere phrase used by his employer. He arrives at a dinner party hosted by some of his wife’s friends and sees his wife Ffion (Jodie Whittaker) talking to a man he doesn’t recognize, whom she introduces as Jonas (Tom Cullen). Some of Ffion’s friends ask how the appraisal went and suggest replaying it as a re-do, so they can all give their opinions on it, but Jonas steps in to save Liam from the embarrassment.

At dinner, Jonas speaks increasingly frankly about his personal life and talks about masturbating to re-dos of sex from his earlier relationships. Throughout the meal, Liam becomes suspicious of how fondly Ffion seems to be looking at Jonas, and he is especially suspicious when she laughs at Jonas’ jokes.

One dinner guest, Hallam, says that she was attacked and had her grain violently removed, and many at the table agree that it is lucky her vision was spared. Hallam says she would rather remain “grain-free”.

When Liam and Ffion return home, Liam goads Ffion to admit she had a previous relationship with Jonas many years ago, which she had mentioned to Liam but downplayed. She initially said it lasted a week, then says a month, and then admits it was six months. These initial lies make Liam even more paranoid, and he insists on replaying footage from the evening and demanding explanations for why Ffion said and did the things she did. Ffion becomes increasingly uncomfortable with his relentless questioning, and the conversation turns into a fight. Liam apologizes and they have sex, but they are both watching re-dos during the act. After they finish, Liam goes back downstairs and watches re-dos of Jonas’ frank confessions from the dinner party, whilst drinking excessively. He continues this all night, and the next morning argues with Ffion about her having laughed at Jonas’ joke. She goes back to bed, and he drunkenly drives to Jonas’ house, where he confronts him about his relationship with Ffion and violently threatens to cut Jonas’ grain out of his neck if he doesn’t delete all the footage of her stored on it. Jonas complies, and Liam drives away, crashes his car into a tree, and passes out.

When he wakes up, Liam replays his latest memories with increasing horror and walks home to confront Ffion. As Jonas projected his footage of Ffion onto the wall screen before deleting it, Liam had noticed that there was a file proving Jonas and Ffion last had sex 18 months ago, around the time their daughter Jodie was conceived, in Liam and Ffion’s bed. Ffion admits to cheating on Liam, saying that it was when Liam had temporarily walked out after a fight, but insists that she and Jonas did use a condom and that Liam is the baby’s father. Liam demands that she replay the re-do of it to prove it; the video heavily implies Ffion and Jonas did not use a condom.

In the closing scenes, Liam is seen wandering around his now empty house, replaying happy memories with Ffion and “his” daughter, before going into the bathroom and messily cutting his grain out from behind his ear with a razor and cuticle clippers. The screen goes suddenly black.

How to Reset MySQL >= 5.7.6 Password

Posted on Updated on

  1. Login to the MySQL Server Host.
  2. # service mysql stop
  3. Start MySQL with skip grant table
    # mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables &
  4. Login to MySQL as root (without password)
    # mysql -u root
  5. Let say we want to reset root password to ‘jangkrik‘, then we do:
    mysql> flush privileges;
    mysql> ALTER USER ‘root’@’localhost’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘jangkrik‘;
    mysql> flush privileges;
    mysql> quit;
  6. Check if the root password is set correctly (password: jangkrik)
    # mysql -u root -p
  7. If all working as intended, Then shutdown MySQL
    # mysqladmin shutdown -p
  8. Start MySQL daemon normally
    # service mysql start