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Where is the Ambari Management Pack for HCP 1.3.2 (CentOS)?

Where is the Ambari Management Pack for HCP 1.3.2 (CentOS)?

New Contributor

I'm attempting to download the Ambari Management Pack for HCP 1.3.2, but the file does not appear to be available at the documented location, as I receive a HTTP 404 when attempting to retrieve the relevant file:

wget -nv http://public-repo-1.hortonworks.com/HCP/centos7/1.x/updates/1.3.2.0/tars/hcp_ambari_mp/hcp-ambari-m...
http://public-repo-1.hortonworks.com/HCP/centos7/1.x/updates/1.3.2.0/tars/hcp_ambari_mp/hcp-ambari-m...
2017-12-15 12:52:05 ERROR 404: Not Found.

I'm referencing the following documentation for the install:

https://docs.hortonworks.com/HDPDocuments/HCP1/HCP-1.3.2/bk_installation/content/installing_ambari_m...

Is there an alternative location from which the file can be downloaded?

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Re: Where is the Ambari Management Pack for HCP 1.3.2 (CentOS)?

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@Evan Tattam

Is there a specific reason you want an old version? The 1.4.0 link is working for me.

http://public-repo-1.hortonworks.com/HCP/centos7/1.x/updates/1.4.0.0/tars/metron/hcp-ambari-mpack-1....

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Re: Where is the Ambari Management Pack for HCP 1.3.2 (CentOS)?

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@Jordan Moore

yes, primarily we weren't planning on updating our Elasticsearch 2.x cluster just yet, and from what I understand HCP 1.4.x doesn't support the use of Elasticsearch 2.x.

Having said that, we're not averse to upgrading ES sooner rather than later, so we may well go down that path. I'd still like to know why the repository isn't functioning though, as I was under the impression that HCP 1.3.2 on Centos 7 was a supported option.

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Re: Where is the Ambari Management Pack for HCP 1.3.2 (CentOS)?

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@Evan Tattam

I'm sure it's supported, but the link is just down.