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Section has no headers for Mongo DB on CDH

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Section has no headers for Mongo DB on CDH

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Hello!

 

I have a student attempting to install Mongo into Cloudera.  The following error messages are being received.  I am not a coder and am unsure how to assist.  I am learning the language as I go along!

 

Any ideas?

 

Thank you!

 

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Re: Section has no headers for Mongo DB on CDH

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@DrJ Not an expert on MongoDb, but your hint is that the yum command-line package-management utility is telling you that something is wrong with the file it's using to assist in the installation.

Verify that you have a file at the location /etc/yum.repos.d/mongod-org-3.4.repo or whatever it's supposed to be using by using the file command, a la:

[bbrooks@ip-172.16.0.0 box]$ file /etc/yum.repos.d/mongod-org-3.4.repo
/etc/yum.repos.d/mongod-org-3.4.repo: ASCII text
[bbrooks@ip-172.16.0.0 box]$ 

…and once you've verified that it's present (is it supposed to be mongod-org-3.4.repo or mongodb-org-3.4.repo?), compare the first couple of lines in the file to a few other ones located in the /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory and check that you haven't inadvertently introduced spaces or something into the file. 

Bill Brooks, Community Manager
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Re: Section has no headers for Mongo DB on CDH

Community Manager

@DrJ Not an expert on MongoDb, but your hint is that the yum command-line package-management utility is telling you that something is wrong with the file it's using to assist in the installation.

Verify that you have a file at the location /etc/yum.repos.d/mongod-org-3.4.repo or whatever it's supposed to be using by using the file command, a la:

[bbrooks@ip-172.16.0.0 box]$ file /etc/yum.repos.d/mongod-org-3.4.repo
/etc/yum.repos.d/mongod-org-3.4.repo: ASCII text
[bbrooks@ip-172.16.0.0 box]$ 

…and once you've verified that it's present (is it supposed to be mongod-org-3.4.repo or mongodb-org-3.4.repo?), compare the first couple of lines in the file to a few other ones located in the /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory and check that you haven't inadvertently introduced spaces or something into the file. 

Bill Brooks, Community Manager
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