while installing, getting this error..please help It appears that Ambari was upgraded but post upgrade steps to upgrade SmartSense were not completed. SmartSense stack version in Ambari is higher (188.8.131.52.7.3.0-139) than installed smartsense-hst package version (184.108.40.206.7.1.0-169). Perform following steps to finish the upgrade: 1. Make sure that the smartsense-hst package on every host is upgraded to the latest version (220.127.116.11.7.3.0-139 or higher). 2. run 'hst upgrade-ambari-service' on Ambari server host to finish the upgrade. 3. Restart all SmartSense components. Refer SmartSense upgrade documentation available at https://docs.hortonworks.com/ for more details.
Above message can appear if you have upgraded Ambari to 2.7.3 but not performed the "Post Upgrade Task" like Upgrading the "SmartSense" as mentioned in the following Doc:
On All Hosts # yum upgrade smartsense-hst On Ambari Server Host: # hst upgrade-ambari-service Restart Ambari Server # ambari-server restart
There are other Ambari Post Upgrade tasks which you should take a look and perform the task like Upgrading Ambari Metrics Collector ...etc.
sorry if i did not explain the properly.
this is new installation on a standalone host.
Installing latest version of HDP 3.1 using ambari latest.
i understand that from the error message that
"SmartSense service definition version in ambari is newer (18.104.22.168.7.3.0-139) than currently installed version (22.214.171.124.7.1.0-169). Please upgrade smartsense package on this host and retry the command."
but i could not find 126.96.36.199.7.3.0-139 anywhere on the hortonworks.
SmartSense should come from Ambari Repository. Please check the version installed on your host:
# yum info smartsense-hst
So if you are using Ambari 2.7.3 then you should simply do
# yum install smartsense-hst # hst upgrade-ambari-service
As i am suspecting that you might not be on the tested and certified version of Operating System based on your recent answerf on another Thread. So please refer to Support Matrix and check if your Operating System/JVM ..etc are supported?