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1 of 4 Host Registration failed on Ambari 1.4.3.38

  • #51542
    Suresh Nair
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    Hi guys ,

    After login ambari and do Confirm Hosts. 3 of 4 is successful, 1 of 4 is failed.
    Any suggestion, is there any log can look into, checked several time, restarted the nodes and all the configuration are same for centos6.5

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    Thanks
    Suresh Nair

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  • #51543
    Suresh Nair
    Participant

    info\log :-

    STDOUT

    STDERR
    Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic,password).
    lost connection
    scp /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/ambari_server/os_type_check.sh done for host Node1.ne-hadooplab.com, exitcode=1
    Copying os type check script finished
    ERROR: Bootstrap of host Node1.ne-hadooplab.com fails because previous action finished with non-zero exit code (1)

    #51545
    Suresh Nair
    Participant

    chmod 644 .ssh/authorized_keys
    chmod 755 .ssh

    changed the permission , then its working ..

    thanks .

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