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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

issue installing hdp 1.1.1

  • #46956
    Steve Cohen


    I was asked to install this old version of hdp to match what we have on another server. I started to install and got this: [Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 – “The requested URL returned error: 404”
    Trying other mirror.

    Error Downloading Packages:
    hmc- failure: hmc/hmc- from HDP- [Errno 256] No more mirrors to try.

    There are two problem with this. I was not able to download the file, but it should be installing hmc- since I am using centos 6. Where can I get the rpm from? I guess I can run rpm -ql hmc- on the server that has the files on it and copy the files over but it would be easier if I could get the rpm?


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