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  • #38570

    Dan Bikle
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    Hi,

    I followed the instructions here:

    http://docs.hortonworks.com/HDPDocuments/HDP1/HDP-1.3.2/bk_using_Ambari_book/content/ambari-chap1.html

    Everything seemed to work ok.

    Eventually I saw this in my browser:

    Please wait while the selected services are installed and started.
    100 % overall
    Retry

    Show:
    All (3)
    |
    In Progress (0)
    |
    Warning (2)
    |
    Success (0)
    |
    Fail (1)

    Host Status Message
    vhort10.x
    100%
    Failures encountered
    vhort11.x
    100%
    Warnings encountered
    vhort12.x
    100%
    Warnings encountered

    link:
    Failed to install/start the services.

    hbase client install failed:

    vhort10.x
    Tasks
    HBase Client install
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    stderr:

    Puppet has been killed due to timeout

    stdout:

    warning: Scope(Hdp::Configfile[/etc/hbase/conf/hbase-env.sh]): Could not look up qualified variable ‘::hdp-hadoop::params::conf_dir’; class ::hdp-hadoop::params has not been evaluated

    I would welcome any clues on how to get past this problem.

    I’m running this install in a set of 3 virtualboxes.

    I have them backed up so it would be easy for me to restore the v-boxes and then restart ambari-server .

    Perhaps some undocumented step needs to be done before I start the ambari-server?

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  • #38807

    Dave
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    Hi Dan,

    The forum doesn’t like it when you insert greater than or less than signs. So it is better to paste it all in plain text with —- as breakers

    Thanks

    Dave

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    #38788

    Dan Bikle
    Member

    It looks like the text-area elements in this forum are broken. I pasted in stuff that Dave asked for and most of it evaporated.

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    #38782

    Dan Bikle
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    vagrant@vhort10.x /var/log/ambari-server $ grep -i Puppet ambari-server.log|wc -l
    grep: ambari-server.log: Input/output error
    0
    vagrant@vhort10.x /var/log/ambari-server $
    vagrant@vhort10.x /var/log/ambari-server $

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    #38621

    Dave
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    Hi Dan,

    What is the output of hostname -f on all the systems?
    Does each system have the other nodes in it’s own hosts file?

    Can you provide any more output on the log file here – as only the wanring is not very helpful, preferably a few lines above and below should help. You should find this in /var/log

    Thanks

    Dave

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