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From subin <>
Subject Re: weird error using the ambari API to kick a cluster
Date Mon, 23 Jun 2014 18:01:30 GMT
Hi Greg,

Curently there is issue with config in Ambari python client and the new
ambari versions post 1.4.1
ambari client doesn't support stacks completely.
Which i am trying to fix .Of course you are also happy to help and fix
it.Let me know if you are interested I could pass the JIRAs.


On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 7:18 PM, Greg Hill <> wrote:

>  Oh, I see I skipped a step with the 'add_config' section.  Does Ambari
> not pick sensible defaults if the user doesn't provide this information?
>  Greg
>   From: Greg <>
> Reply-To: "" <>
> Date: Monday, June 23, 2014 8:27 AM
> To: "" <>
> Subject: weird error using the ambari API to kick a cluster
>   Thanks for the help on Friday.  I was able to get most of the way to
> using the Ambari API to set up a test cluster, but I'm now stuck on a
> fairly cryptic problem again.
>  I'm running into an error on the Ambari agent side, but I'm confused as
> to the source of the error.  I imagine I'm not passing in some required
> configuration, but the API made no complaints about my lack of providing it.
>  My setup is a 3 VM vagrant/virtualbox setup on my local machine using
> the Ambari quick start guide located here:
>  I wrote a POC script based on the instructions here:
>  Here's a gist with the error message I'm getting from the ambari agent
> and the script I'm using:
>  As far as I can tell, the error occurs after I call
> install_all_services()
>  It sounds like the Ambari agent is expecting a 'global' config section
> to exist, but it is not requiring me to provide it, and it is not provided
> by the bootstrap process.
>  Any ideas?
>  Greg


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