How to setup and get started Zeppelin
- Untar it and run the following command to start it.
$ bin/zeppelin-daemon.sh start
There're 2 places you can make configurations on Zeppelin.
Here I will talk about 2 typical configurations
- Change zeppelin server address
- By default, zeppelin server address is
http://127.0.0.1:8080, that means you can only access it in local machine. If you want to access it from a remote machine, you need to configure
zeppelin.server.portto be another value if 8080 is used by other processes.
- Change zeppelin memory setting. By default zeppelin server and interpreter process both use 1g memory. But you can adjust them via
zeppelin-env.shfor the zeppelin server memory
zeppelin-env.shfor the interpreter process memory
After the configuration changes, you need to invoke the following command to restart Zeppelin to make these configurations take effect.
$ bin/zeppelin-daemon.sh restart
Take a look at the following Zeppelin official site for how to try Zeppelin via docker
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