Configuring Oozie for HDFS Encryption
How to configure Oozie for HDFS encryption.
A new Oozie administrator role (
oozie-admin) has been created in
This role enables role separation between the Oozie daemon and administrative
tasks. Both the
oozie-admin role and the
must be specified in the
adminusers.txt file. This file is
installed in HDP 2.3 with both roles specified. Both are also defined in Ambari
2.1 as well. Modification is only required if administrators choose to change
the default administrative roles for Oozie.
oozie-admin is used as the Oozie administrator user in your
cluster, then the role is automatically managed by ambari.
If you plan to create an Oozie admin user other than
add the chosen username to
adminusers.txt under the
Here is a sample
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