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Cloudera Director uses wrong repository path for installing Cloudera Manager

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Hi, 

 

I've downloaded Cloudera Director 1.1.3. After configuring the environment for my cluster at AWS I've faced a tricky issue.

Everything went fine until the point of installing Cloudera Manager. Checking the log I've noticed that even though CD has picked the right version for CM (5.4.3) when the package manager tries to download the RPM (I'm using RHEL 6) it tries to use a former version directory (5.3.3), then it fails because the RPM for 5.4.3 is not present there, of course. Has anybody faced such situation? I'm guessing the YUM .repo is the problem. Any hints?

Logs are below.

 

 

[2015-07-14 04:18:15] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: ---> Package cloudera-manager-daemons.x86_64 0:5.4.3-1.cm543.p0.258.el6 will be installed
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: --> Finished Dependency Resolution
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Dependencies Resolved
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: ================================================================================
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Package                 Arch   Version                  Repository        Size
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: ================================================================================
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Installing:
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: cloudera-manager-daemons
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: x86_64 5.4.3-1.cm543.p0.258.el6 cloudera-manager 638 M
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Transaction Summary
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: ================================================================================
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Install       1 Package(s)
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Total download size: 638 M
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Installed size: 902 M
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Downloading Packages:
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: http://archive.cloudera.com/cm5/redhat/6/x86_64/cm/5.3.3/RPMS/x86_64/cloudera-manager-daemons-5.4.3-... [Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 - "The requested URL returned error: 404 Not Found”
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Trying other mirror.
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: Error Downloading Packages:
[2015-07-14 04:18:16] INFO  [io-thread-1] - ssh:10.0.0.64: cloudera-manager-daemons-5.4.3-1.cm543.p0.258.el6.x86_64: failure: RPMS/x86_64/cloudera-manager-daemons-5.4.3-1.cm543.p0.258.el6.x86_64.rpm from cloudera-manager: [Errno 256] No more mirrors to try.
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Re: Cloudera Director uses wrong repository path for installing Cloudera Manager

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I've managed to solve the issue by adding the configuration directive below to the cloudera-manager section.

 

repository: "http://archive.cloudera.com/cm5/redhat/6/x86_64/cm/5.4.3/"

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Re: Cloudera Director uses wrong repository path for installing Cloudera Manager

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I've managed to solve the issue by adding the configuration directive below to the cloudera-manager section.

 

repository: "http://archive.cloudera.com/cm5/redhat/6/x86_64/cm/5.4.3/"

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Re: Cloudera Director uses wrong repository path for installing Cloudera Manager

Community Manager

I am happy to see you solved your issue. Thank you for sharing the solution as it may help others facing a similar problem. 


Cy Jervis, Community Manager

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