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Installation error HDP-

  • #33921


    I am trying to install HDP- from command prompt using the below command.
    msiexec /i “hdp-1.1.0-GA.winpkg.msi” /lv “hdp.log” HDP_LAYOUT=”C:\Hadoop\clusterproperties.txt” HDP_DIR=”C:\hdp\hadoop” DESTROY_DATA=”no” but it fails with error message

    “Product: Hortonworks Data Platform 1.1.0 for Windows — Installation failed. Please see installation log for details: D:\HadoopInstallFiles\HadoopSetupTools\hdp-1.1.0.winpkg.install.log”

    I am not even sure why is it looking for D drive, when I specified path from C drive.

    Can someone please tell me whats the issue?

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  • #34127

    Hi Krishna,

    Did you modify the clusterproperties.txt file correctly?




    Yes Dave, I changed clusterproperties.txt correctly. Except Hostname I did not change any thing because all other property values making sense, so did not change. Just changed the host name.



    Hi Krishna,

    It has just occurred to me that you are using the HDP 1.1.0-GA msi package.
    Can you please get the 1.3.0 from :



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