Hue is a set of web applications that enable you to interact with a CDH cluster. Hue applications let you browse HDFS and work with Hive and Cloudera Impala queries, MapReduce jobs, and Oozie workflows.
Hue applications run in a Web browser and require no client installation.
The following figure illustrates how Hue works. Hue Server is a "container" web application that sits in between your CDH installation and the browser. It hosts all the Hue web applications and communicates with various servers that interface with CDH components.
Displaying Help for the Hue Applications
To display the help text for a Hue application, click the Help ( ) tab in the Hue navigation bar, then click the appropriate link in the Help navigation bar at the top of the Help window.
Logging In and Out
To log out of Hue, click Sign Out from the pull-down list under the logged-in user name (at the right of the Hue navigation bar).
Notice of Misconfiguration
If Hue detects a misconfiguration, an indicator appears in the navigation bar at the top of the page. Clicking this takes you to the Check for misconfiguration page which will indicate the potential misconfiguration(s) with hints about fixing them.
Changing your Password
If authentication is managed by Hue (that is, authentication is not managed via some external mechanism), you can use the User Admin application to change your password. You can go directly to your own information by selecting Profile under the logged-in user name at the right of the Hue navigation bar. For more information, see the User Admin Help.
Seeking Help, Reporting Bugs, and Providing Feedback
The Hue team strongly values your feedback. The best way to contact us is to send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're experiencing transient errors (typically an error message saying a service is down), contact your system administrator first.