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Error in cloudera runtime 7.0.3 parcel installation in Add cluster installation using cloudera manager

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Hi.. I am trying to add cluster using ClouderaManager on RHEL 7 and getting below error in "Install Parcels" for Cloudera Runtime 7.0.3-1. It shows status as download 100% and getting this error in distribution on the host.

 

Src file /opt/cloudera/parcels/.flood/CDH-7.0.3-1.cdh7.0.3.p0.1635019-el7.parcel/CDH-7.0.3-1.cdh7.0.3.p0.1635019-el7.parcel does not exist

 

When i navigate to this path i see parcel (CDH-7.0.3-1.cdh7.0.3.p0.1635019-el7.parcel) in  /opt/cloudera/parcels/.flood/

 

Have disable firewalld, SELinux=permissive

 

seeing below message in logfile continuously - (tail -f /var/log/cloudera-scm-server/cloudera-scm-server.log)

 

2020-04-19 10:30:13,005 WARN scm-web-95:com.cloudera.server.web.cmf.ParcelController: No hash for parcel CDH-7.0.3-1.chd7.0.3-1.cdh7.0.3.p0.1635019-el7.parcel.torrent

2020-04-19 10:30:13,009 INFO scm-web-95:com.cloudera.server.web.cmf.ParcelController: Served parcel CDH-7.0.3-1.chd7.0.3-1.cdh7.0.3.p0.1635019-el7.parcel.torrent (253971 bytes) to 192.168.254.38 over PT0.004S.

Rate: 60.551 MB/s

 

Tried to delete the cluster and create a new cluster. But even then ending up with the same error.

 

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Super Collaborator

Hi @Anil123 ,

 

Thanks for reaching out to Cloudera community. Could you please check a few things?

 

1) Make sure that selinux, ipv6, firewalls are disabled

2) Check if you have enough disk space on the cluster nodes

3) Check if the parcels are distributed in /opt/cloudera/parcels folder?

 

Thanks,

Li

 

Li Wang, Technical Solution Manager


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New Contributor

Hi @Anil123,

could you put the sha and manifest.json file in the parcel repo and try, you will get it from where you have got the parcel file from archive.cloudera.com.

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