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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Fail Deploying Cluster at Ganglia Start

  • #12122
    elena diez

    Hi there,
    after a new installation i have problems due to cluster deployment.
    I have tried many times
    yum -y erase hmc puppet mysql
    yum -y install hmc
    service hmc start

    but still not solved, crashes at that point. i uploaded the result of executing the script, its name is HadoopScriptOut, hope you can find a solution for this problem.

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  • #12123
    elena diez

    i also have to say that it seems that the cluster is running in the background, because i am able to access to the namenode link and also to the alive nodes link, but the cluster management page does not work obviously due to the deployment fail



    Yes, the Hadoop cluster is running at this point, but the monitoring programs that are installed by HMC (ganglia and nagios) are not running. If you wish to get these running as well then what you can do is:
    1) close the browser page pointing to the HMC install/uninstall
    2) in a terminal / command line enter ‘yum erase hmc puppet -y’
    3) then ‘yum install hmc -y’
    4) rerun the HMC install by pointing browser to ‘http:///hmc/html’

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