Removing host from Ambari

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    Louis Long

    I was in the middle of adding a host to my HDP 1.3.2 cluster and I encountered a problem. The host showed as added in Ambari even though no components were installed/configured. I went through the decommissioning process and now I’m trying to re-add the node but Ambari still shows it as a node in the cluster. How can I remove the entry from Ambari so I can go through the Add New Host process with that server. I can’t rename the server I’m trying to add. Thanks

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    Louis Long

    Thanks Jeff. I didn’t see it in HDP 1. I’ve just installed an HDP 2 cluster so I’ll try it there. Regards


    Jeff Sposetti

    Hi, the “delete host” capability will work with HDP 1 and HDP 2 stacks in Ambari.


    Louis Long

    Thanks Seth. Glad to hear it will be available soon. Will it be available in the version used with HDP 2 or beyond? Regards


    Seth Lyubich

    Hi Louis,

    This functionality will be available in next release of Ambari. For now please try renaming the host.

    Hope this helps.


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