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Re: failure
Posted by: Mark Kirk
Date: August 01, 2017 08:55AM

Thanks for the replies. I already tried removing the file and it didn't make a difference. In the meantime I was finally able to get the installer to work. Here is what it appears to have required.

I suspected there was a problem with mysql so I uninstalled it (this is for a POC of mysql cluster) and reinstalled it:
yum install MySQL

I then tried running as a regular os user and got the error. Then I tried it as root and I no longer got the problem. Is running as root really a no-no?

I hit further issues with "OSRNG" while running the installer and I suspected the problem was with python. I've run into this before. I ran the following:
pip uninstall pycrypto paramiko (clean up)
pip install cryptography
pip install paramiko
pip install pycrypto

Then I tried test. It gave errors. I was able to get it to work via...
yum install yasm
yum install gmp-devel
tar -xvf mpir-3.0.0.tar.bz2 mpir-3.0.0/
cd mpir-3.0.0/
./configure --enable-gmpcompat
make check
make install
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/usr/local/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"
and then rebuilding and install pycrypto

python build
python install
python test

I was running the installer as a normal user. I also made sure passwordless SSH was properly setup between all the hosts.

/usr/bin/ -N {primary hostname}

Does anyone have a definitive list that confirms what modules (and all supporting modules) are needed for python for the installer to run? I've never worked with python before so this was an unexpected hurdle. I wonder if I installed more than necessary.

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 08/01/2017 09:27AM by Mark Kirk.

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