Environment Variables

The following table describes environment variables specific to MapR. For MapR 6.0 and later, environment variables should be set in /opt/mapr/conf/env_override.sh. Editing /opt/mapr/conv/env.sh is no longer recommended. For more information, see About env_override.sh.


Example Values


CLDB_EXTERNAL_RPC_PORT 5000 If clients outside the cluster cannot reach CLDB on the default port, use the CLDB_EXTERNAL_RPC_PORT environment variable to specify the port on which CLDB can be reached.
JAVA_HOME /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-sun The directory where the correct version of Java is installed.
MAPR_HOME /opt/mapr (default) The directory in which MapR is installed.
MAPR_EXTERNAL, If your cluster nodes have multiple NICs, use the MAPR_EXTERNAL environment variable to grant external clients access to a cluster node on specific IP addresses. The value of the MAPR_EXTERNAL environment variable on a node is a comma-separated list of up to four IP addresses with no spaces.
MAPR_SUBNETS, If you do not want MapR to use all NICs on each node, use the environment variable MAPR_SUBNETS to restrict MapR traffic to specific NICs. Set MAPR_SUBNETS to a comma-separated list of up to four subnets in CIDR notation with no spaces. If MAPR_SUBNETS is not set, MapR uses all NICs present on the node. When MAPR_SUBNETS is set, make sure the node can reach all nodes in the cluster (servers and clients) using the specified subnets.
MAPR_USER mapr (default) Used with configure.sh to specify the user under which MapR runs its services. If not explicitly set, it defaults to the user mapr. After configure.sh is run, the value is stored in daemon.conf .
MAPR_ECOSYSTEM_LOGIN_OPTS *hybrid* Specifies the JAAS configuration to use with installed open source components.