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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Installing HDP2.0.6 on centos6.4

  • #42734
    H L

    I installing HDP2.0 on 2 nodes,and I try to use manual registration and Local Software Repository,then failed.
    my ambari-agent’s error log:
    ERROR 2013-11-02 09:49:47,798 – Unable to connect to: https://ambari-server:8441/agent/v1/heartbeat/hdp-node01 due to No JSON object could be decoded
    INFO 2013-11-02 09:49:57,828 – SSL Connect being called.. connecting to the server
    INFO 2013-11-02 09:49:58,091 – SSL connection established. Two-way SSL authentication is turned off on the server.

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  • #42756

    Hi H L,

    Have you configured the ambari-agent.ini correctly and is the ambari-server listening on port 8441?
    Can you telnet to 8441 from the server 2 to the ambari-server?



    H L

    I have solved this problem.
    Because I forgot to turn off the firewall
    thx for your response.

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