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    hoondong kim
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    There is a mistyping command.

    In CDH 1.3 Install Manual -> Chapter 4. Troubleshooting Ambari Deployments -> 2. Quick Checks,
    below

    mysqld -h $FQDN_for_MySQL_server -u $FQDN_for_HCatalog_Server -p

    must be changed

    mysql -h $FQDN_for_MySQL_server -u $FQDN_for_HCatalog_Server -p

    …..

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    2. Quick Checks

    Make sure all the appropriate services are running. If you have access to Ambari Web, use the Services View to check the status of each component. If you do not have access to Manage Services, you must start and stop the services manually.

    If the first HDFS put command fails to replicate the block, the clocks in the nodes may not be synchronized. Make sure that Network Time Protocol (NTP) is enabled for your cluster.

    If HBase does not start, check if its slaves are running on 64-bit JVMs. Ambari requires that all hosts must run on 64-bit machines.

    Make sure umask is set to 0022.

    Make sure the HCatalog host can access the MySQL server. From a shell try:

    mysqld -h $FQDN_for_MySQL_server -u $FQDN_for_HCatalog_Server -p

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  • #32871

    Robert
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    Hi hoondong ,
    Thank you for the feedback. We have notified the product team.

    Kind Regards,
    Robert

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    #32513

    hoondong kim
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    And… One more

    chkconfig -–level 35 mysql on

    must be changed

    chkconfig -–level 35 mysqld on

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    #32512

    hoondong kim
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    I found One more mistype option….

    mysqld -h $FQDN_for_MySQL_server -u $FQDN_for_HCatalog_Server -p

    must be changed

    mysql -h $FQDN_for_MySQL_server -u $USER_of_HCatalog_Server -p

    ……….

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