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HDP on Windows – Other Forum

Starting HDP services with Start-all.cmd

  • #52784
    IngEnsi
    Participant

    I attempt to start hadoop Services by executing this command <<Start-all.cmd>> because it is recommended to use this command instead of << Start-local-hdp-services>> ,but after few minutes all the processing ( namenode, datanode , resourcemanager and nodemanager) is blocked i never get a message which indicate that the starting process is done successfully.

    Then, when I check the Services panel it shows that services are not running, BUT when I do << JPS >> it shows that services are running.

    I didn’t really understand what’ is going on !
    Is it a normal behaviour when I run services with Start-all.cmd ?

    Please, is there anyone who can explain this behaviour ?

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  • #52793
    Robert Molina
    Keymaster

    Hi HerArf,
    With the processes running as outputted by JPS, is the cluster operational?

    Regards,
    Robert

    #52848
    IngEnsi
    Participant

    Hi Robert ,
    yes it shows that the cluster is operational , All Hadoop processes are running.

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