Thanks Jeff, you save my day … ...
Thanks Jeff, you save my day …
Hey guys on my centos 6.4 install for the 2.0 stack i was getting the below error on the registration step.
Cluster primary OS type is redhat6 and local OS type is centos5
Local OS is not compatible with cluster primary OS. Please perform manual bootstrap on this host.
For some reason the check os script was reporting centos5 even tho i was on 6.4. I’m still not sure why it was doing this but im guessing its something within the script code that is messed up. To solve the problem i manually edited the script file and set my os to centos6 see what i did below.
Then right above the echo line below i set the os manually
echo “Cluster primary OS type is $cluster_os and local OS type is $current_os”
This may not be the best solution but once i did that install went perfect. Just wanted to share to see if anyone else ran across this issue.
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