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    I am trying to setup a simple 2 node cluster.
    1 node management console.
    1 node data node..

    Console is a fresh install of centos6 desktop min.
    data node is a frsh install of centos6 min.

    I am getting this puppet error on both machines..
    hu Oct 04 10:54:27 -0400 2012 Puppet (warning): Denying access: Forbidden request: managment.console.hortonworks(192.168.20.5) access to /run/management.console.hortonworks [save] at line 1
    Thu Oct 04 10:54:27 -0400 2012 Puppet (err): Forbidden request: managment.console.hortonworks(192.168.20.5) access to /run/management.console.hortonworks [save] at line 1
    Thu Oct 04 10:54:38 -0400 2012 access[/run] (info): defaulting to no access for managment.console.hortonworks
    Thu Oct 04 10:54:38 -0400 2012 Puppet (warning): Denying access: Forbidden request: managment.console.hortonworks(192.168.20.5) access to /run/management.console.hortonworks [save] at line 1

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
    Brad Messerle

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    Sasha J
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    to test puppet you can use “puppet kick –ping” command.
    Google for puppet documentation, it presents it very clear and with the good samples.
    Looks also at this post:

    http://hortonworks.com/community/forums/topic/hmc-installation-support-help-us-help-you/

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    #10633

    Is there a way to test puppet? by hand?

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    #10632

    Why would DNS fobar Puppet auth?

    This is environment is new. New network, new install of both console and node client.
    I made sure all the dns names can be resolved and return the correct ip address.

    thx

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    #10629

    Sasha J
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    When you introduce DNS, it may be the problems with Puppet authentication…

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    #10605

    To a T. :)

    We are sort of new to Hortonworks. We first got it working with just using the hosts file.

    This installation the network is a little more robust. Installed a DNS Server.
    Yes FQDN is working great along with reverse dns lookups.

    I will go thru those links to see if I missed anything.
    thx

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