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Hi,

    I have already deployed Oracle JDK (jdk-1.7.0_45) in every node in my
POC cluster.

    How can I use my original version of JDK instead of installing a old
version of JDK when
using Cloudera Manager 5 to deploy CDH 5 Beta 1?

Best Regards,
James

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  • Philip Langdale at Nov 1, 2013 at 6:11 pm
    If you have deployed the 45 jdk to your cluster, it will still be present
    after installing CM5 beta 1. Are you seeing processes using 41 instead of
    45?

    The most comprehensive solution is to uninstall the 41 package
    (oracle-j2sdk1.7) from your nodes. We will update the bundled JDK in future
    releases.

    --phil

    On 1 November 2013 00:31, James Chang wrote:

    Hi,

    I have already deployed Oracle JDK (jdk-1.7.0_45) in every node in my
    POC cluster.

    How can I use my original version of JDK instead of installing a old
    version of JDK when
    using Cloudera Manager 5 to deploy CDH 5 Beta 1?

    Best Regards,
    James

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  • James Chang at Nov 4, 2013 at 1:20 am
    Hi Philip,

         Yes! It did not use the version 45 JDK which I already installed. It
    use the version come with Cloudera Manager 5.
    Version 45 JDK still in my cluster, but not been used.

    Best Regards.
    James



    2013/11/2 Philip Langdale <philipl@cloudera.com>
    If you have deployed the 45 jdk to your cluster, it will still be present
    after installing CM5 beta 1. Are you seeing processes using 41 instead of
    45?

    The most comprehensive solution is to uninstall the 41 package
    (oracle-j2sdk1.7) from your nodes. We will update the bundled JDK in future
    releases.

    --phil

    On 1 November 2013 00:31, James Chang wrote:

    Hi,

    I have already deployed Oracle JDK (jdk-1.7.0_45) in every node in my
    POC cluster.

    How can I use my original version of JDK instead of installing a old
    version of JDK when
    using Cloudera Manager 5 to deploy CDH 5 Beta 1?

    Best Regards,
    James

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  • Philip Langdale at Nov 4, 2013 at 8:14 pm
    Hi James,

    Yes, I'm afraid there's a bug in the java enumeration logic that means it
    picks the lowest numbered update. This should be fixed in the next beta
    releases of CDH5 and CM5.

    --phil

    On 3 November 2013 17:20, James Chang wrote:

    Hi Philip,

    Yes! It did not use the version 45 JDK which I already installed. It
    use the version come with Cloudera Manager 5.
    Version 45 JDK still in my cluster, but not been used.

    Best Regards.
    James



    2013/11/2 Philip Langdale <philipl@cloudera.com>
    If you have deployed the 45 jdk to your cluster, it will still be present
    after installing CM5 beta 1. Are you seeing processes using 41 instead of
    45?

    The most comprehensive solution is to uninstall the 41 package
    (oracle-j2sdk1.7) from your nodes. We will update the bundled JDK in future
    releases.

    --phil

    On 1 November 2013 00:31, James Chang wrote:

    Hi,

    I have already deployed Oracle JDK (jdk-1.7.0_45) in every node in my
    POC cluster.

    How can I use my original version of JDK instead of installing a old
    version of JDK when
    using Cloudera Manager 5 to deploy CDH 5 Beta 1?

    Best Regards,
    James

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  • James Chang at Nov 6, 2013 at 1:58 am
    Hi Philip,

         Could you kindly let me know when will the next beta release be
    available?

    Best Regards,
    James


    2013/11/5 Philip Langdale <philipl@cloudera.com>
    Hi James,

    Yes, I'm afraid there's a bug in the java enumeration logic that means it
    picks the lowest numbered update. This should be fixed in the next beta
    releases of CDH5 and CM5.

    --phil

    On 3 November 2013 17:20, James Chang wrote:

    Hi Philip,

    Yes! It did not use the version 45 JDK which I already installed. It
    use the version come with Cloudera Manager 5.
    Version 45 JDK still in my cluster, but not been used.

    Best Regards.
    James



    2013/11/2 Philip Langdale <philipl@cloudera.com>
    If you have deployed the 45 jdk to your cluster, it will still be
    present after installing CM5 beta 1. Are you seeing processes using 41
    instead of 45?

    The most comprehensive solution is to uninstall the 41 package
    (oracle-j2sdk1.7) from your nodes. We will update the bundled JDK in future
    releases.

    --phil

    On 1 November 2013 00:31, James Chang wrote:

    Hi,

    I have already deployed Oracle JDK (jdk-1.7.0_45) in every node in
    my POC cluster.

    How can I use my original version of JDK instead of installing a old
    version of JDK when
    using Cloudera Manager 5 to deploy CDH 5 Beta 1?

    Best Regards,
    James

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  • Philip Langdale at Nov 6, 2013 at 6:42 pm
    I can't say exactly, but it will be in the new year.

    --phil

    On 5 November 2013 17:58, James Chang wrote:

    Hi Philip,

    Could you kindly let me know when will the next beta release be
    available?

    Best Regards,
    James


    2013/11/5 Philip Langdale <philipl@cloudera.com>
    Hi James,

    Yes, I'm afraid there's a bug in the java enumeration logic that means it
    picks the lowest numbered update. This should be fixed in the next beta
    releases of CDH5 and CM5.

    --phil

    On 3 November 2013 17:20, James Chang wrote:

    Hi Philip,

    Yes! It did not use the version 45 JDK which I already installed. It
    use the version come with Cloudera Manager 5.
    Version 45 JDK still in my cluster, but not been used.

    Best Regards.
    James



    2013/11/2 Philip Langdale <philipl@cloudera.com>
    If you have deployed the 45 jdk to your cluster, it will still be
    present after installing CM5 beta 1. Are you seeing processes using 41
    instead of 45?

    The most comprehensive solution is to uninstall the 41 package
    (oracle-j2sdk1.7) from your nodes. We will update the bundled JDK in future
    releases.

    --phil

    On 1 November 2013 00:31, James Chang wrote:

    Hi,

    I have already deployed Oracle JDK (jdk-1.7.0_45) in every node in
    my POC cluster.

    How can I use my original version of JDK instead of installing a
    old version of JDK when
    using Cloudera Manager 5 to deploy CDH 5 Beta 1?

    Best Regards,
    James

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    an email to scm-users+unsubscribe@cloudera.org.
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