"yum remove php" Does Not Remove PHP on the BDA
Last updated on DECEMBER 07, 2016
Applies to:Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.1.0 and later
Note: All steps performed on Node 1 as 'root' user unless otherwise specified.
1. After stopping the cluster in Cloudera Manager by doing:
a) Logging into CM as admin user in a browser by bringing up http://<node03>:7180 (or 7183 if using TLS).
b) Stopping all services: Home > <cluster_name> > dropdown > Stop
Also stopping flume if relevant on the nodes running Flume agents: service flume-ng-agent stop.
c) Stopping the 'Cloudera Management Service': Services > Cloudera Management Services > Actions > Stop
d) From Node 1 as 'root' stopping the CM agents: dcli -C service cloudera-scm-agent stop.
e) From Node 3 as 'root' stopping the CM server: dcli -C service cloudera-scm-agent stop
2. And removing the php package on a BDA cluster with something like:
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