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Oracle Big Data Appliance Upgrade to 4.4 Fails at Step1 when SSL is Enabled for Cloudera Manager(CM) (Doc ID 2111784.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 26, 2019

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.4.0 and later
Linux x86-64


On Oracle Big Data Appliance upgrade to BDA 4.4 release with SSL enabled for Cloudera Manager(CM), mammoth is failing on step1 while inspecting the hosts

 From offbdahostsprecheck.out file

Nodes managed by mammoth = <NUMBER_OF_BDANODES>
API Version used is v10
Succeeded. Output in :
Nodes managed by CM = <BDANODES+EDGENODES>
There are Off BDA hosts installed on the cluster
API Version used is v10
Succeeded. Output in :
Command ID is 3544

Command 3544 finished after 5 seconds
Operation completed successfully
API Version used is v10
Succeeded. Output in : /opt/oracle/BDAMammoth/bdaconfig/tmp/commands_3544.out
Results in
--2016-02-25 10:02:26--   https://<HOSTNAME3>:7183/cmf/command/3544/download
Connecting to <HOSTNAME3>|<PRIVATE_IP_HOST3>|:7183... connected.
ERROR: cannot verify <HOSTNAME3>as certificate, issued by <ISSUER>/CN=<CN> General Purpose Issuing CA
Unable to locally verify the issuer's authority.
To connect to <HOSTNAME9>.<DOMAIN> insecurely, use --no-check-certificate.
json-select: no valid input found for "versionMessages?s(annotation:"CONCERNING")?s(messageId: "message.inspector.version.daemonsVersionsMismatchServer")/messageId/@bash@"
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