This folder contains the project to create the binary ozone distribution and provide all the helper script and docker files to start it locally or in the cluster.
After a full dist build you can find multiple docker-compose based cluster definition in the
Please check the README files there.
Usually you can start the cluster with:
cd compose/ozone docker-compose up -d
You can also test the ozone cluster in kubernetes. If you have no active kubernetes cluster you can start a local one with minikube:
For testing in kubernetes you need to:
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The default kubernetes resources set (
src/main/k8s/) contains NodePort based service definitions for the Ozone Manager, Storage Container Manager and the S3 gateway.
With minikube you can access the services with:
minikube service s3g-public minikube service om-public minikube service scm-public
Apache Hadoop Ozone supports Prometheus out-of the box. It contains a prometheus compatible exporter servlet. To start the monitoring you need a prometheus deploy in your kubernetes cluster:
cd src/main/k8s/prometheus kubectl apply -f .
The prometheus ui also could be access via a NodePort service:
minikube service prometheus-public
Please not that the provided kubernetes resources are not suitable production: