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Hi,

I am having the above mentioned problem, and not sure what I missing. I
have two CentOS one master and one normal host, and three Ubunto nodes. I
am not sure what is wrong that require this, one of the nodes took longer
than the rest to install then I aborted, but in the first rerun of the
upgrade it picked up and became like the rest.

Any hint how to fix this is appreciated,

thank you very much,

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  • Philip Langdale at Jul 1, 2013 at 6:49 pm
    Almost certainly they are always unhealthy - reinstalling the agent causes
    the agent to restart, and then it may take a while to collect the
    information needed to conclude that health is bad.

    You should look at that host's status page and see what reason is given for
    the host being unhealthy...

    --phil

    On 30 June 2013 12:36, Manal Helal wrote:

    Hi,

    I am having the above mentioned problem, and not sure what I missing. I
    have two CentOS one master and one normal host, and three Ubunto nodes. I
    am not sure what is wrong that require this, one of the nodes took longer
    than the rest to install then I aborted, but in the first rerun of the
    upgrade it picked up and became like the rest.

    Any hint how to fix this is appreciated,

    thank you very much,

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