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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Deploy 10nodes failed ay HBaseTest

  • #13211

    Hi all :

    I deployed hadoop cluster with 10 nodes ,but failed at HBase smoke Test.

    I once deployed hadoop clustter with 5 nodes , and it was successful then.

    What’s wrong with 10 nodes? why it’s different with 5 nodes ?

    I just upload the result : shark9_jeff.out , HMC.log, puppet_apply.log


    My environments:
    OS CentOS6.3
    Cluster :10 nodes


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  • #13224

    Hi Jeff,

    It is impossible to tell exactly what the differences are between the two clusters that caused the install problem without having a look at the logs. Could you follow the instructions at and then we’ll be able to help you better.


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