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    I am getting following error on Install, Start and Test step

    stdout:
    notice: Finished catalog run in 0.03 seconds
    notice: Finished catalog run in 0.03 seconds
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $conf_dir at /var/lib/ambari-agent/puppet/modules/hdp-hadoop/manifests/init.pp:108 is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $service_state at /var/lib/ambari-agent/puppet/modules/hdp-hadoop/manifests/init.pp:221 is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $service_state at /var/lib/ambari-agent/puppet/modules/hdp-hadoop/manifests/service.pp:76 is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $service_state at /var/lib/ambari-agent/puppet/modules/hdp-hadoop/manifests/service.pp:85 is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $configuration is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $mapred-site is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $tasktracker_port is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $ambari_db_rca_url is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $ambari_db_rca_driver is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $ambari_db_rca_username is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    warning: Dynamic lookup of $ambari_db_rca_password is deprecated. Support will be removed in Puppet 2.8. Use a fully-qualified variable name (e.g., $classname::variable) or parameterized classes.
    notice: /Stage[1]/Hdp::Snappy::Package/Hdp::Snappy::Package::Ln[32]/Hdp::Exec[hdp::snappy::package::ln 32]/Exec[hdp::snappy::package::ln 32]/returns: executed successfully

    err: /Stage[1]/Hdp/Hdp::Package[glibc]/Hdp::Package::Process_pkg[glibc]/Package[glibc.i686]/ensure: change from absent to present failed: Execution of ‘/usr/bin/yum -d 0 -e 0 -y install glibc.i686′ returned 1: Error: Nothing to do

    Is this because of proxy settings?

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  • #30522

    Robert
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    Hi Member,
    glibc is package that comes from the OS updates repo I believe. That package requires a glibc common package as well. Can you verify which packages are required for glibc by executing the following:

    repoquery –requires glibc

    then you should get an output of glibc common package needed and thus you can execute a yum info on that package and verify if it is available or installed. If not available, then maybe then the OS repo might be incorrect.

    I hope that helps.

    Kind Regards,
    Robert

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    #30519

    Robert
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    Hi Member,
    Also what is the OS you are installing this on?

    Regards,
    Robert

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    #30401

    Robert
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    Hi Member,
    What version are you installing? It looks like the error is regarding the yum install of glibc.i686 package. If you do a yum info glibc.i686, what’s the output? does it show installed? If so, you may want to try the installer again.

    Regards,
    Robert

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