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HDP install on CentOs – single node does not progress

  • #10388
    Sumod Pawgi

    I am trying to install HDP on CentOS. The details of my attempt at listed at – http://spawgi.wordpress.com/2012/09/27/installing-hdp-on-centos/

    I have followed all the instruction on Hortonworks download instructions page and I have not got any errors. But at the step of adding nodes to the cluster, all I see is the green circle as progress indicator. But even after a long time, there is no progress.

    I am logged into the system as “sumod” and that is how I start the browser. But I have tried to start the browser as “root” as well with the same issue. I have only one node in my setup. It is VirtulaBox VM image. Its name is localhost.localdomain. I have tried using both localhost and localhost.localdomain. But still the same issue.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated as I really want to get this resolved. Thanks in advance.

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  • #10389
    Sasha J

    Please, follow procedures described in this post:
    We need to know more about your setup in order to help you…
    Thank you!

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