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Also, If I got the wrong agent it's certain all the rpms are old rev so
I'll re-get them all and update my local repo.

Thanks again.
On Wednesday, May 15, 2013 10:56:27 AM UTC-7, Mike Mc wrote:

Great tip. I'll go get a fresh copy and be extremely careful to make sure
I'm on the right revision.

Thanks for your tip.

Mike
On Wednesday, May 15, 2013 9:11:25 AM UTC-7, Philip Zeyliger wrote:

If it was asking for python2.4, it's a certainty that the RPM you're
working with is for RH5 whereas you want the one for RH6.


http://archive.cloudera.com/cm4/redhat/6/x86_64/cm/4/RPMS/x86_64/cloudera-manager-agent-4.5.2-1.cm452.p0.327.x86_64.rpm
and

http://archive.cloudera.com/cm4/redhat/5/x86_64/cm/4/RPMS/x86_64/cloudera-manager-agent-4.5.2-1.cm452.p0.327.x86_64.rpm

are deceptively similarly named. Be sure you have the right one (the top
one). We've actually fixed the naming convention in the next release to
include "el5" and "el6".

-- Philip

On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 8:57 AM, Mike Mc wrote:

Phillip,

I cannot access the machine from this location but the error I got came
from yum trying to install the agent on the first cluster node and was
related to a dependency. It was looking for libpython2.4.so.1.0 but CentOS
installs phython 2.6.6. I did a little checking and it looks like this is
included in python-libs and I confirmed 2.6.6 is installed. Of course all
the CentOS repos only offer the latest revs so yum stopped.

Also I installed CentOS from the minimal CD download (which I verified)
so no cross version mix-up could have occurred unless the download
contained it.

I do some more checking this morning and report any findings.

Thanks,

Mike



On Tuesday, May 14, 2013 8:35:11 PM UTC-7, Philip Zeyliger wrote:

What was the error message that you saw?
but it crashed due to a python library package version. After some
investigation I realized that only CentOS 6.2 is supported. This would
likely correct the python version mismatch I now have.

We use CentOS 6.4 plenty internally, so I'd be surprised. It's much
more likely that you somehow installed the RPMs for CentOS 5 on a CentOS 6
machine. If you forward along your error message, we'll know.

-- Philip

On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 8:33 PM, Mike Mc wrote:

Greetings,

I am working with a sandbox setup of four machines. I had previously
installed Free Cloudera Manager 4.5.0 and CDH4.2.0 and all went very
smootht.

I now have an evaluation key for the full manager package but wanted a
totally clean environment and current S/W to work with so I went to bare
metal installation of CentOS 6.4 (latest minimal download). I also
downloaded today all the CDH4.2.1 packages and the CM4.5.2. Got everything
set and began the installation but it crashed due to a python library
package version. After some investigation I realized that only CentOS 6.2
is supported. This would likely correct the python version mismatch I now
have.


The problem is that CentOS 6.2 is officially depreciated. All the
mirror sites tell you to use 6.0 or go to the vault “if you really know
what you're doing”.


What is recommended?


As a footnote, I ran the free version on 6.4 just fine w/CM4.5.0 &
CDH4.2.0. Even installed it a couple of times to play with the installer
and manually override some of the deployment placements of services. Only
thing I did up front was install perl and remove the java CentOS 6.4 put on
(two of them actually) and install 1.6.31 as recommended. Worked perfect
without any issues.


Thanks for any suggestions.

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