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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

nothing starts after a successful installation

  • #46355

    i have just made a sucessful installation on one windows server, but when i try to start the servies, here is the result :

    Sent all start commands.
    total services
    running services
    not yet running services

    any ideas on where to look to have more informations ?


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  • #46406

    after looking a little bit into it, it seems that i have no “Apache hadoop” services …. the installation was successful, did i miss something ?


    ok, it was an IP configuration problem, everything works fine now.

    Seth Lyubich

    Hi Thomas,

    Thanks for using HDP for Windows and letting us know that the issue is resolved.


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