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failed to start cloudera manager

New Contributor

Hello

I tried to install cloudera director server but it failed while start- it says

"Failed to start Cloudera Director Server. Return value: 3 "

 

I have 


LSB Version: :core-4.1-amd64:core-4.1-noarch
Distributor ID: OracleServer
Description: Oracle Linux Server release 7.2
Release: 7.2
Codename: n/a

 

 

and i am following like -  http://www.cloudera.com/documentation/director/latest/topics/director_get_started_aws_install_dir_se...

 

waiting for kind reply.

 

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Re: failed to start cloudera manager

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java_home was not set properly. after setting up that it is working fine.

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java_home was not set properly. after setting up that it is working fine.

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Re: failed to start cloudera manager

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Re: failed to start cloudera manager

New Contributor

did you set up the JAVA_HOME for aws EC2 instance,

if so please provide me the details about set up.

Re: failed to start cloudera manager

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Hi Mohamad!

 

I keep getting the same error, I set the JAVA_HOME as below:

export JAVA_HOME=/opt/jdk1.8.0_141

and when running echo $JAVA_HOME I get the folder. Same goes for JRE, however Cloudera Director does not run.

 

How did you set it?

 

thanks! 

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