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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Installer always breaks when tries to start nagios

  • #8477
    Sirko Mann

    Hi there,

    I got a problem with the installation. The installer always breaks when it tries to start nagios. I did downloaded and executed the script and uploaded it to
    There is no way to disable gangli/nagios monitoring? Because we don’t need it. Without ganglia/nagios I already were able to use it.. 😉


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  • #8479
    Sasha J

    Hi Sirko,

    There is also a command line installer (gsInstaller) that you can chose whether or not to install monitoring.


    Sirko Mann

    Hi Sasha,

    I will try this installer. Thanks for the fast answer.


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