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Deploy Client Configuration failed at upgrade to CDH5.4.1 using Cloudera Manager

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Deploy Client Configuration failed at upgrade to CDH5.4.1 using Cloudera Manager

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Error in upgrading cluster:

error on upgrade.png

 

Error Detail:

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HDFS ERROR Detail:

error on upgrade2.png

 

I have 2 CDH clusters. Respectively based on CentOS 6.5 and CentOS 6.6. Both of them Installed the CDH with Cloudera Manager manually (Installation Path C).

 

Both of them can't upgrade to 5.4.1, and have the same problem at "Deploy Client Configuration".( CM agent version is 5.4.1)

 

I have been upgraded CDH5.3.2 to 5.3.3 and 5.4.0. there was no problem.

 

Just use CM5.4.1 to manage CDH5.4.0 and not do upgrade operation, the "Deploy Client Configuration" failed too. 

 

Where to find the logs or scripts?

 

 

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Re: Deploy Client Configuration failed at upgrade to CDH5.4.1 using Cloudera Manager

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1. make a link to /usr/java/default

mkdir -p /usr/java

ln -s YOUR_JAVA_HOME /usr/java/default

 

2. add sudo nopassword to cloudera-scm user

vim /etc/sudoers

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cloudera-scm    ALL=(ALL)       NOPASSWD: ALL

 

 

 

Problem solved!

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Re: Deploy Client Configuration failed at upgrade to CDH5.4.1 using Cloudera Manager

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1. make a link to /usr/java/default

mkdir -p /usr/java

ln -s YOUR_JAVA_HOME /usr/java/default

 

2. add sudo nopassword to cloudera-scm user

vim /etc/sudoers

-----------------------------------

cloudera-scm    ALL=(ALL)       NOPASSWD: ALL

 

 

 

Problem solved!

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Re: Deploy Client Configuration failed at upgrade to CDH5.4.1 using Cloudera Manager

Community Manager
I am happy to see you resolved your issue. Thank you for posting the solution as it may also help others in a similar situation. :)


Cy Jervis, Community Manager

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