Ambari UI stuck at "Loading…"

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    Mitali Sodhi


    I am setting up a four node cluster with Ambari on CentOS 6.0. I installed Ambari-1.5 on master node, but when I was at the step of opening the Ambari login page on my node’s browser, the fields of Login and Password are not visible on the webpage. Instead, I just see the text “Loading…” on the screen.
    Then, I tried removing Ambari-1.5 and installed Ambari-1.4, but the issue still persists.

    Can anyone tell me the reason for it and its solution?


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    Mitali Sodhi

    Hi Seth,

    So, I looked at the error console in my Firefox browser. Here are the two errors that are showing up:

    1. Object.create is not a function
    This is in line:36476 of /usr/lib/ambari-server/web/javascripts/vendor.js
    var cubism_metricConstantPrototype = cubism_metricConstant.prototype= Object.create(cubism_metric.prototype);

    2. Rickshaw is undefined
    This is in line:95288 of usr/lib/ambari-server/web/javascripts/app.js
    palette: new Rickshaw.Color.Palette({ scheme: ‘munin’}),


    Seth Lyubich

    Hi Mitali,

    We have Ambari UI troubleshooting guide which can be found here:

    Can you please follow this guide and provide us datapoint for further investigation?


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