These instructions describe how to make it run locally on a Mac OSX laptop using two VirtualBox VMs - one for the MapR 5.1 Sandbox, and the other running the Ubuntu-based Vagrant VM that Tug built. I've modified Tug's instructions somewhat to accommodate the OSX VirtualBox environment - what you'll end up with is three network interfaces for each VM:
- eth0 - This will enable access to the outside world over your Internet connection via NAT or bridge (your choice)
- eth1 - This will enable access from your local machine to the VM via a host-only network connection - In my example, this will be:
- 192.168.56.101 for the MapR Sandbox VM
- 192.168.56.102 for the Ubuntu Vagrant VM
- eth2 - This will enable access between the VMs via an internal network connection - In my example, this will be:
- 192.168.100.101 for the MapR Sandbox VM
- 192.168.100.102 for the Ubuntu Vagrant VM
The following instructions for setting up this configuration replace steps 1-3 of Tug's general instructions. Later, they continue with step 4.
These need to have been downloaded and installed:
I'm running on a MacBook Pro with 16GB RAM on a 2.9GHz Intel Core i5 processor. Performance is actually pretty good.
MapR VM Configuration
Note: These instructions assume that you've downloaded and successfully imported the MapR 5.1 Sandbox for VirtualBox VM.
- Go to VirtualBox Preferences > Network > Host-only Networks. If no networks are listed then click the green "+" icon on the far-right side:
In my case the Host-only Network is called vboxnet0 - There doesn't seem to be a way to change the name of the network.
- Click on the Edit icon, which is also on the far-right side, then click the DHCP Server button - This will display the configuration settings of my newly-created vboxnet0 Host-only Network:
Note the IPv4 Address that has been specified - in my case, 192.168.56.1 - This will be used later.
- Make sure the MapR Sandbox VM is shut down, then go to Machine > Settings… > Network > Adapter 2. Tick theEnable Network Adapter checkbox, then set up like so:
- Add a third network interface by clicking on Adapter 3, then tick the Enable Network Adapter checkbox and set up like so:
- Click the OK button when finished.
- Next, boot the MapR VM and log in from the VirtualBox console, then su to root.
- Navigate to the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts folder. Look for ifcfg-eth1 file - it probably won't exist - if it doesn't exist, then create it as a copy of the ifcfg-eth0 file.
- Edit the ifcfg-eth1 file and configure similar to this:
Note that I've assigned static IP address 192.168.56.101 based on what was noted earlier from the DHCP Serversettings of the vboxnet0 Host-only Network.
- Save and exit from editing the ifcfg-eth1 file, then copy it to ifcfg-eth2.
- Edit the ifcfg-eth2 file and configure similar to this:
Note that I've assigned static IP address 192.168.100.101 - I'm following a similar pattern to that which was noted earlier from the DHCP Server settings of the vboxnet0 Host-only Network.
- Save and exit from editing the ifcfg-eth2 file.
- Restart network services using the service network restart command.
- If you execute an ip addr command you should see something like this:
- At this point it should be possible to ssh into the MapR sandbox from a Mac Terminal window like so:
Note: You may want to add an entry to your /etc/hosts file so that you don't have to remember the IP address
- Change to root and add the Sandbox VM's host name to the MapR sandbox's /etc/hosts file (be sure to map to the localhost IP as shown):
[root@mapr51 ~]# cat /etc/hosts
127.0.0.1 localhost mapr51
- cd to the directory where the project will reside - In my case I used $HOME/git - Then clone Tug's repository like so:
- Determine the IDs of the mapr user and group:
[mapr@mapr51 ~]$ id -u
[mapr@mapr51 ~]$ id -g
- Edit the $HOME/git/racing-time-series/demo/config.conf file and change the UID and GID to what was determined immediately above (if necessary). Also, set the CLUSTER_IP value to the internal IP address that you assigned to the MapR Sandbox VM. Here's what mine looks like:
# Change UID if you have non-default
# Change GID if you have non-default
# CLUSTER_IP is optional if you specified CLUSTER_HOST (which is real DNS name)
# CLUSTER_HOST is optional if you specified CLUSTER_IP
# Set your MapR cluster name
- Run the setup-streams.sh script:
[mapr@mapr51 demo]$ ./setup-streams.sh
> Deleting old /apps/racing/stream/ stream
> Deleting old /apps/racing table and other information
> Create base dir for Racing Application /apps/racing/
> Create stream -path /apps/racing/stream
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic all
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic events
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car1
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car2
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car3
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car4
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car5
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car6
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car7
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car8
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car9
> Create topic -path /apps/racing/stream -topic car10
> Create base dir for MapR DB tables /apps/racing/db/telemetry
====== Streams and Topics Created
Vagrant VM Configuration
- From a new Mac Terminal window cd to the directory where the project will reside - In my case I used$HOME/Documents/Git - Then clone Tug's repository like so:
- Edit the $HOME/Git/racing-time-series/demo/Vagrantfile:
- Set the first private_network to an IP address in the same subnet as you assigned to the MapR Sandbox VM's host-only interface - Since my MapR Sandbox VM's host-only interface is IP 192.168.56.101, I used 192.168.56.102 for this.
- Add a second private_network line immediately below and similarly set it to an IP address in the same subnet as you assigned to the MapR Sandbox VM's internal interface - Since my MapR Sandbox VM's internal interface is IP 192.168.100.101, I used 192.168.100.102 for this.
- Important note: Since that second private_network line will be for the internal network, be sure to include the virtualbox__intnet suffix as shown below (note the double underscore there - that's crucial)
Here's what my Vagrantfile looks like:
# -*- mode: ruby -*-
# vi: set ft=ruby :
Vagrant.configure(2) do |config|
config.vm.box = "box-cutter/ubuntu1404-desktop"
config.vm.network "private_network", ip: "192.168.56.102"
config.vm.network "private_network", ip: "192.168.100.102", virtualbox__intnet: true
config.vm.provider "virtualbox" do |vb|
# Display the VirtualBox GUI when booting the machine
vb.gui = true
# Customize the amount of memory on the VM:
vb.memory = "4096"
vb.customize ["modifyvm", :id, "--accelerate3d", "off"]
config.vm.provision "shell", path: "setup.sh"
config.vm.synced_folder ".", "/vagrant", mount_options: ["dmode=777,fmode=777"]
- Edit the $HOME/Git/racing-time-series/demo/config.conf file so that it matches that on the Sandbox VM.
At this point you can continue with Step 4 Initialise the Racing demonstration of Tug's instructions. Note that you'll be starting that step in the same Mac Terminal window in which you were working on the Vagrant VM Configuration immediately above.
As a side note, you can use your Mac browser to view the Telemetry Streams (instead of the Ubuntu Vagrant VM's browser) using the Ubuntu Vagrant VM's host-only IP on port 8080. So, in my example, you'd go to http://192.168.56.102:8080/demo.html. Just be sure to open this link on the browser before starting the race via the TORCS simulator, else the charts won't update.