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No parcels found from the configured repositories.

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No parcels found from the configured repositories.

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My cloudera manager machine will not have access to the internet.

 

I have downloaded all the parcel files and manually uploaded them into the /opt/cloudera/parcels directory

 

[root@nn1work parcels]# pwd
/opt/cloudera/parcels
[root@nn1work parcels]# ll
total 2995116
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1535130392 Dec 16 09:51 CDH-5.2.1-1.cdh5.2.1.p0.12-el5.parcel
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1531811730 Dec 16 09:53 CDH-5.2.1-1.cdh5.2.1.p0.12-el6.parcel
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 42559 Dec 16 11:12 manifest.json
[root@nn1work parcels]#

 

 

Now when I run my cloudera manager and try to build a cluster using parcels it says 

 

Note: No parcels found from the configured repositories. Try adding a Custom Repository under More Options. Otherwise, you may only proceed with Use Packages.

 

When I click on more options I can see

 

capture.png

 

 

So you can see that the directory for parcels is correct. but still it says no parcels can be found. Why??

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Re: No parcels found from the configured repositories.

That method is incorrect. The easiest way to provide a parcel to CM is to:

# mkdir /opt/parcel-downloads
# mv /opt/cloudera/parcels/* /opt/parcel-downloads
# python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8080

Then go to CM and add http://localhost:8080 as a parcel repository.
Now you can download, distribute and activate as required. After this,
you can delete the contents of /opt/parcel-downloads

Regards,
Gautam Gopalakrishnan
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Re: No parcels found from the configured repositories.

That method is incorrect. The easiest way to provide a parcel to CM is to:

# mkdir /opt/parcel-downloads
# mv /opt/cloudera/parcels/* /opt/parcel-downloads
# python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8080

Then go to CM and add http://localhost:8080 as a parcel repository.
Now you can download, distribute and activate as required. After this,
you can delete the contents of /opt/parcel-downloads

Regards,
Gautam Gopalakrishnan
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Re: No parcels found from the configured repositories.

New Contributor

Hello :)

 

I have just installed cloudera quickstart VM, but I can't find parcels, and when I add some parcels I don't know how to distribute it and avtivate it :( please help me :( :(

Re: No parcels found from the configured repositories.

New Contributor

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