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Cloudmanager execution (Path A)

Explorer

Hi community,

 

I'm doing my first Path A installation, downloaded the cloudera manager binairy, sent it to a folder on my target server, changed the rights doing chmod u+x. And when I want to start doing "./cloudera-manager-installer.bin", I got the following message :

 

"Cloudera Manager 5
NOTICE: The umask 0077 is too restrictive. It must be 0022 at most for this installer to work.
[hit enter]"

 

Has anybody went to this? I tried other rights combinations without success.

 

I need to setup this small cluster for my development team.

 

Any help would be appreciated!

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Explorer

My directory issue was due to write rights not present on /usr/shar and not enough place in /opt.

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Explorer

Addtional information on my case :

 

[root@sd061572-app-01 binaires]# chmod u+x cloudera-manager-installer.bin
[root@sd061572-app-01 binaires]# whoami
root
[root@sd061572-app-01 binaires]# ls -l
total 500
-rwxr--r-- 1 admcap admcap 510587 May 29 15:16 cloudera-manager-installer.bin
[root@sd061572-app-01 binaires]# ./cloudera-manager-installer.bin
Cloudera Manager 5
NOTICE: The umask 0077 is too restrictive. It must be 0022 at most for this installer to work.
[hit enter]

Incomplete installation. We will revert any changes we made.

[root@sd061572-app-01 binaires]#

If you run the umask command, I'm guessing it'll say 0077 instead of 0022. You need it to be 0022.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umask

Explorer

Thank you, it went fine, I'm stuck with directory creation for Java, trying to look at this...

Explorer

I searched for the cause of "NOTICE: Directory creation failed" at the beginning of Path Installation using root. Didn't find any explanation. Any idea?

Explorer

My directory issue was due to write rights not present on /usr/shar and not enough place in /opt.

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