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From Gonzalo Herreros <>
Subject Re: Install issues: ambari-infra-solr-client and ambari-metrics-monitor can't be found
Date Wed, 04 Oct 2017 15:24:33 GMT
I don't any packages listed in your email, my guess by your comment is that
you are missing Ambari Metrics.
BTW, In the wizard you can choose not to install that component (and maybe
install it later).

I just ran the maven rpm command on the ambari-metrics directory and got
all the rpms built, e.g.:

On 4 October 2017 at 14:55, NerdyNick <> wrote:

> Yes, I followed the install guide as per my original email. I was able to
> get both the agent and server this way. The two packages I listed however
> where not produced. Resulting in a failded wizard install. Because there is
> no yum repo to draw from or rpms for me to manually install to get around
> this.
> On Oct 4, 2017 1:44 AM, "Gonzalo Herreros" <> wrote:
> When you build it with Maven you need to specify you want rpm packaging:
> rpm:rpm
> See
> llation+Guide+for+Ambari+2.5.2
> Regards,
> Gonzalo
> On 3 October 2017 at 22:55, NerdyNick <> wrote:
>> Following the install guide located here:
>> /confluence/display/AMBARI/Installation+Guide+for+Ambari+2.5.2 for a
>> CentOS 7 install.
>> I have a compiled copy of Ambari, agents installed everywhere, server
>> installed on 1 host. Walking though the cluster setup wizard and failing on
>> the Install, Start, and Test step. The errors indicated that the RPMs are
>> not available for said packages. Searching through the source I am unable
>> to find a project or rpm related to these packages. I can find references
>> within ambari-metrics-assembly but not RPM is generated anywhere.
>> Is there as step I'm missing to get these RPMs to be built?

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