Central Deployment Powershell script is failing with no error message

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    I am trying to use the push_install_hdp.ps1 Powershell script to push out to a four node cluster. I don’t get any error messages from the command when I execute it nor do I get any log file that I can find. The script gives me output below (actual server and folder names redacted). Any help you can provide in troubleshooting would be appreciated.

    Push install files:

    Directory: c:\HDP_install

    Mode LastWriteTime Length Name
    ---- ------------- ------ ----
    -a--- 6/19/2014 2:19 PM 1188 clusterproperties.txt
    -a--- 6/19/2014 1:51 PM 1241137152 hdp-

    Master NODES: node-name-1 node-name-2 node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1

    Slave NODES: node-name-2 node-name-3 node-name-4 node-name-2 node-name-3 node-name-4

    Additional NODES: node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1 node-name-1


    all NODES: node-name-3 node-name-4 node-name-1 node-name-2

    Nodes to install: node-name-3 node-name-4 node-name-1 node-name-2

    Pushing to node-name-3...
    Pushing to node-name-4...
    Pushing to node-name-1...
    Pushing to node-name-2...
    output: node-name-3:
    output: node-name-4:
    output: node-name-1:
    output: node-name-2:

    0 nodes successfully completed

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