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Recovering from failed cloudbreak operation

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Recovering from failed cloudbreak operation

Explorer

Hi,

How do you recover from a failed operation in Cloudbreak? A failed attempt to add nodes left the cluster in in-progress state. I get this error:

An operation on one or more instances is in progress. Try syncing later

I now can't sync or reattempt the operation.

Kenneth

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Re: Recovering from failed cloudbreak operation

Explorer

After several tries:

Cluster can't be synchronized. [ stack status: UPDATE_IN_PROGRESS, cluster status: UPDATE_FAILED ]

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Re: Recovering from failed cloudbreak operation

Hi @Kenneth Graves.

Try stopping all services in Ambari, and then retry the sync operation.

If that does not work, try rebooting the cbgateway node, waiting for it to come back up and then retry the above.

One additional thing is to check that the docker containers on the nodes are all successfully started.

Good luck!

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Re: Recovering from failed cloudbreak operation

New Contributor

Is this still the best procedure. I have a timeout event during an add node operation using cloudbreak. After it failed, the status is wait for sync and when I attempt to sync I get "An operation on one or more instances is in progress. Try syncing later"

Re: Recovering from failed cloudbreak operation

Expert Contributor

@Kenneth Graves which cloudbreak version are you using?

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