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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

datastore and server version error while starting ambari server

  • #42226
    Ravi Sharma

    I am trying to install HDP 2 using ambari. I have installed latest package for ambari i.e. 1.4 but while starting ambari-server I got following error in log file..

    ERROR [main] AmbariServer:457 – Failed to run the Ambari Server
    org.apache.ambari.server.AmbariException: Current database store version is not compatible with current server version, serverVersion=, databaseVersion=

    I have mentioned version of Postgresql installed in my system.Plz Help

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  • #42417

    Hi Ravi,

    Was this a fresh install, or do you have data in your cluster?
    If there is no data then you can run an ambari-server reset
    Does this resolve your issue?



    Ravi Sharma

    Thanks Dave…that solved my problem..:)

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