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In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

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In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

@cspencer@hortonworks.com

Could you post a screen shot?

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

@cspencer@hortonworks.com

Do you have access to AWS logs? As per the discussion , time out occurred caused this. Try the operation again.

Please look into the AWS logs.

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

Try this in case you need more information on viewing log data

http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonCloudWatch/latest/DeveloperGuide/ViewingLogData.html

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

@cspencer@hortonworks.com I have reached out to Cloudbreak SME. We will keep you posted.

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

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I'll get the AWS logs.

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Re: In cloudbreak with AWS, once you pause a cluster using the Cloudbreak UI and wait a little while and then resume the cluster a while later, the Ambari services don't start. Is anyone else seeing this issue ?

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I'm having the same issue.

Here's what I'm seeing for my GCP cluster. AWS cluster yields the same issue as well.

Ambari cluster start requested10/10/2015 10:18:15 PM gpgcchdp - available: Infrastructure successfully started10/10/2015 10:18:15 PM gpgcchdp - update in progress: Starting Ambari cluster10/10/2015 10:20:44 PM gpgcchdp - available: Ambari cluster could not be started. Reason: com.sequenceiq.cloudbreak.service.CloudbreakServiceException: com.sequenceiq.cloudbreak.service.cluster.AmbariOperationFailedException: Ambari operation failed: [component: 'start services', requestID: '14']