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From Wyatt Frelot <>
Date Fri, 06 Feb 2015 20:35:06 GMT

I have thought about Docker. But, my use case requires a lower learning a this point. I thought
Docker would require  the users to go a little deeper than what I would prefer. With Vagrant,
I didn’t think the learning curve was as steep.

No, I didn’t see the docker build you mentioned, but I will definitely pay attention to
it form now on. Thanks!

On Feb 6, 2015, at 15:12, Mike Atlas <<>> wrote:

Thanks - any chance you might consider doing this as docker containers?

Also, your github page does not link to your repo correctly, it should be
instead of

Have you seen Steffen Roegner's docker builds (and Salt formulae) for Accumulo?

On Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 3:05 PM, Wyatt Frelot <<>>
Good day all,

I have completed the development of a Vagrant Accumulo Cluster. It automatically installs
and configures Hadoop 2.4.1, Accumulo 1.6.1, and ZooKeeper 3.4.6 with "basic" settings. I
tried to designed it being able to update the cluster with minimum effort. Hopefully that
is the case.

Cluster Information: Vagrant cluster initializes 4 nodes w/ 1.5GB of RAM on a private network.
If you look in the “Vagrantfile", I believe this information would be easy to see and adjust
if needed. All of the node related info is located on under the “Additional Information”
header of the link below. Nodes use typical vagrant usernames and passwords.

Setup Instructions:
I included as much information as I thought would be useful. Feel free to provide feedback
on the value of the instructions.

Testing: I have been able to get it to work with minimum adjustments on Linux Platforms (Ubuntu,
CentOS), Window 7 & 8, and Mac OSX. Main problems have occurred on window platforms (ssh
and virtualbox path issues. Workarounds are identified in instructions)

Hope it is helpful and useful.

Wyatt J. Frelot

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