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From "Ali Bajwa (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (AMBARI-15659) HortonWorks Zeppelin SUSE Install issue in HDP 2.4
Date Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:30:25 GMT

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Ali Bajwa commented on AMBARI-15659:
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Lets leave it open until customer tries it out. I'm not actually sure the zeppelin package
built by hortonworks is actually available in SUSE package manager, so it may still fail.

> HortonWorks Zeppelin SUSE Install issue in HDP 2.4
> --------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AMBARI-15659
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AMBARI-15659
>             Project: Ambari
>          Issue Type: Bug
>         Environment: SLES11 SP4
>            Reporter: Arun Singh
>
> Issue 2: Zeppelin. Zeppelin is a new component in Tech Preview in the latest HDP stack
(2.4). I've been following this guide: http://hortonworks.com/hadoop-tutorial/apache-zeppelin-hdp-2-4/
>    When installing Zeppelin through the Ambari interface, it errors out with a message
saying it can't install the package gcc-gfortran
>  
>    If you open the file: /var/lib/ambari-server/resources/stacks/HDP/2.4/services/ZEPPELIN/metainfo.xml

>      Line 72: 
> <osSpecific> 
>   <osFamily>redhat7,redhat6,redhat5,suse11</osFamily> 
>     <packages> 
>       <package> 
>         <name>gcc-gfortran</name> 
>       </package> 
>       <package> 
>         <name>blas-devel</name> 
>       </package> 
>       <package> 
>         <name>lapack-devel</name> 
>       </package> 
>       <package> 
>         <name>python-devel</name> 
>       </package> 
>       <package> 
>          <name>python-pip</name> 
>       </package> 
>       <package> 
>         <name>zeppelin</name> 
>       </package> 
>     </packages> 
> </osSpecific> 
> This list packages to install on SUSE11, but you don't find these packages on SUSE11
as they have different names than the RHEL ones... 
> Eg: 
> RHEL: gcc-gfortran 
> SUSE: gcc-fortran 
> RHEL: blas-devel 
> SUSE: libblas3 ? 
> RHEL: lapack-devel 
> SUSE: liblapack3 ? 
> RHEL: python-dev 
> SUSE: python-devel 
> RHEL: python-pip 
> SUSE: doesn't seem to be part of the standard repo 
> Solution: Make a custom <osSpecific></osSpecific> for SUSE 11, with the correct
named packages as they are named on SUSE 11



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