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Ambari Forum

Host Metrics

  • #39184

    I’ve deployed HDP 1.3.2 on our cluster.All services are up and running.
    The problem is that the host metrics are not visible in Ambari.
    Following message appear:
    “No Data There was no data available. Possible reasons include inaccessible Ganglia service”

    On ganglia and nagios pages all metrics appear correct. (CPU,Load,Network..)

    Could some one help to resolve the issue?

    Thank you!

  • Author
  • #39374
    Koelli Mungee

    Hi Maxim,

    How many nodes are in the cluster? Is the Ganglia service showing red or green on the the Ambari UI?

    What does

    service hdp-gmond status
    service hdp-gmond status

    show for the nodes?


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