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Ambari Forum

Unable to view all graphs on Ambari WEB UI

  • #55987
    Shweta Jadhav

    Hi All,
    I have setup Hadoop pseudo mode cluster using Ambari 1.4.4 with HDP stack 2.0.6.
    All the graphs are displayed on Ganglia WEB-UI(HDPHBaseMaster, HDPHistoryServer, HDPNameNod, HDPResourceManager, HDPSlaves), also both hdp-gmond and hdp-gmetad are running properly.
    But I am not able to View All graphs on AMbari WEB-UI.
    Only graphs of HBase and Total CPU and memory Utilization are displayed Remaining are Showing “No Data There was no data available. Possible reasons include inaccessible Ganglia service.”
    But I am not getting error inside /var/log/messeges.
    Even the nagios and rrdcached are running properly.

    I am unanle to fing the error please help.

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