During Oracle Big Data Appliance Upgrade V2.5 to V3.0.1, Mammoth Fails on Step 7 due to Flume Service with No Agents

(Doc ID 1904583.1)

Last updated on JULY 10, 2014

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 3.0.1 to 3.0.1 [Release 3.0]
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

The Mammoth Oracle Big Data Appliance(BDA) upgrade from V2.5 to V3.0.1, fails on Step 7.

1. Checking in Cloudera Manger (CM) via Home > All Recent Commands > Upgrade Cluster Command,  reports:

Failed to upgrade cluster: Service flume1 has 0 Agents.  flume requires at least 1 Agent.


From CM see:


2. Navigating to the Flume service in CM via > flume > Instances, reports:

Service flume1 has 0 Agents.  Flume requires at least 1 Agent.


From CM see:



3. Previously running 'bdacheckcluster' reported:

WARNING: flume1 health status cannot be determined


# bdacheckcluster

INFO: Logging results to /tmp/bdacheckcluster_1403910592/
Enter CM admin password to enable check for CM services and hosts
Press ENTER twice to skip CM services and hosts checks
Enter password:
Enter password again:
SUCCESS: Mammoth configuration file is valid
SUCCESS: hdfs is in good health
SUCCESS: mapreduce is in good health
SUCCESS: oozie is in good health
SUCCESS: zookeeper is in good health
SUCCESS: hive is in good health
SUCCESS: hue is in good health
SUCCESS: impala1 is in good health
SUCCESS: hbase1 is in good health
SUCCESS: solr1 is in good health
SUCCESS: sqoop1 is in good health
WARNING: flume1 health status cannot be determined
...
SUCCESS: All cluster hosts resolve private IPs to public hostnames
SUCCESS: 2 virtual NICs available on all cluster hosts
SUCCESS: NTP service running on all cluster hosts
SUCCESS: At least one valid NTP server accessible from all cluster servers.
SUCCESS: Max clock drift of 0 seconds is within limits
WARNING: Big Data Appliance warnings during cluster health checks
INFO: Please review the detailed status log in /tmp/bdacheckcluster_<id>/bdacheckcluster.log

 

Cause

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