Hi, 1) What is in your /etc/hosts file? 2) What does “hostname -f” return? Thanks! ...
1) What is in your /etc/hosts file?
2) What does “hostname -f” return?
I’ve been able to successfully install all the components of HDP2, except the Ganglia Monitor process on a single node Linux VM with CentOS 6.5
<My IP Address>
less than a minute ago
Ganglia Server: Started
Ganglia Monitors: 0/1 Ganglia Monitors Live
The Alerts and Health checks display:
Ganglia Monitor process for [Slaves, Resource Manager, NameNode, HistoryServer, HBase Master]
Any idea why the Ganglia Monitor process is not starting? Any recommendations to get this working would be helpful.
I edited the gmond.conf and gmetad.conf to add my cluster name. Also, changed the hostname to localhost.localdomain but in vain.
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