in the Amazon EC2 User Guide for Linux Instances Name of interface URI YARN

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in the Amazon EC2 User Guide for Linux Instances . Name of interface URI YARN ResourceManager http:// master-public-dns-name :8088/ YARN NodeManager http:// coretask-public-dns-name :8042/ Hadoop HDFS NameNode https:// master-public-dns-name :50470/ Hadoop HDFS DataNode https:// coretask-public-dns-name :50475/ Spark HistoryServer http:// master-public-dns-name :18080/ Zeppelin http:// master-public-dns-name :8890/ Hue http:// master-public-dns-name :8888/ Ganglia http:// master-public-dns-name /ganglia/ HBase http:// master-public-dns-name :16010/ JupyterHub https:// master-public-dns-name :9443/ Because there are several application-specific interfaces available on the master node that are not available on the core and task nodes, the instructions in this document are specific to the Amazon EMR 318
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Amazon EMR Management Guide View Web Interfaces Hosted on Amazon EMR Clusters master node. Accessing the web interfaces on the core and task nodes can be done in the same manner as you would access the web interfaces on the master node. There are several ways you can access the web interfaces on the master node. The easiest and quickest method is to use SSH to connect to the master node and use the text-based browser, Lynx, to view the web sites in your SSH client. However, Lynx is a text-based browser with a limited user interface that cannot display graphics. The following example shows how to open the Hadoop ResourceManager interface using Lynx (Lynx URLs are also provided when you log into the master node using SSH). lynx There are two remaining options for accessing web interfaces on the master node that provide full browser functionality. Choose one of the following: Option 1 (recommended for more technical users): Use an SSH client to connect to the master node, configure SSH tunneling with local port forwarding, and use an Internet browser to open web interfaces hosted on the master node. This method allows you to configure web interface access without using a SOCKS proxy. Option 2 (recommended for new users): Use an SSH client to connect to the master node, configure SSH tunneling with dynamic port forwarding, and configure your Internet browser to use an add-on such as FoxyProxy or SwitchySharp to manage your SOCKS proxy settings. This method allows you to automatically filter URLs based on text patterns and to limit the proxy settings to domains that match the form of the master node's DNS name. The browser add-on automatically handles turning the proxy on and off when you switch between viewing websites hosted on the master node, and those on the Internet. For more information about how to configure FoxyProxy for Firefox and Google Chrome, see Option 2, Part 2: Configure Proxy Settings to View Websites Hosted on the Master Node (p. 323) .
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  • Amazon Web Services, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud

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