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Vertica Virtual Analytics Platform

Vertica Virtual Analytics Platform

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Published by: Poorna Cherukumalla on Dec 27, 2012
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Vertica Virtual Analytics Platform
Vertica is available as a virtual machine that is pre-installed on a 64-bit Cent OS image andcomes with a license for 500 GB of data storage.The VM image is preconfigured with the following hardware settings.
 
1 CPU
 
1024 MB RAM
 
50 GB Hard Disk (SCSI, not preallocated, single file storage)
 
Bridged Networking
To download the virtual machine images:
The Vertica virtual machine is available both as an OVF template (for VMWare vSphere 4.0) andas a VMDK file (for VMWare Server 2.0 and VMWare Workstation 7.0). Download theappropriate file for your VMWare deployment from the
myVertica portal 
 
. 
Note:
The virtual-machine image may not include the latest available Vertica release. Afterinstalling your virtual machine, verify the version of Vertica by running
select_version();
at the vsql prompt. You can download the latest update to Verticaon the
myVertica portal 
 downloads tab. Upgrade instructions areprovided in the Installation Guide.
To start the virtual machine:
1
Open the appropriate Vertica VM image file in VMWare. For example, open the VMX file if you are using VMWare Workstation or the OVF template if you are using VMWare vSphere.
2
Navigate to the settings for the VM image and adjust the network settings so that they arecompatible with your virtual network.
3
Start the virtual machine. For example, in VMWare Workstation, select
VM > Power >Power On
.
To log into the virtual machine:
The first time you boot the virtual machine you are automatically logged in and a web pagedisplays further instructions. To log back into the virtual machine, use the following usernameand password:
 
Username
:
dbadmin
 
 
Password
:
password
 
 
Root Password
: password
 
Important:
Change the dbadmin and root passwords. Use the
passwd
command.
Note
: The
dbadmin
user has sudo privileges.

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