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After Upgrade to Mammoth 4.11 the mgmt Service in Cloudera Manager May Report 4 Warning Configuration Issue(s) (Doc ID 2347600.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2020

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.11.0 and later
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

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After upgrade to Mammoth 4.11 the mgmt service in Cloudera Manager may report 4 Warning Configuration Issue(s) which look like:

mgmt: Maximum Non-Java Memory of Host MonitorSuppress...
The recommended non-Java memory size is 2.0 GiB, 512.0 MiB more than is configured.

mgmt: Java Heap Size of Service Monitor in Bytes Suppress...
The recommended heap size is 2.0 GiB bytes, 1.0 GiB more than is configured.

mgmt: Maximum Non-Java Memory of Service Monitor Suppress...
The recommended non-Java memory size is 12.0 GiB, 10.5 GiB more than is configured.

Service Monitor (bdanode03): Java Heap Size of Service Monitor in Bytes Suppress...
The recommended heap size is 2.0 GiB bytes, 1.0 GiB more than is configured.


The mgmt service in Cloudera Manager will show:

Drilling down shows the warnings as above:

Cause

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