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    Archived_User42
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    Hi,
    In the following command:

    bash <ExtractKamanjaDirectory>/ClusterInstall/KamanjaClusterInstall.sh –ClusterId <ClusterId> –MetadataAPIConfig <ExtractKamanjaDirectory>/ClusterInstall/ClusterCfgMetadataAPIConfig.properties –TarballPath <KamanjaPackageTarGzFile> –NodeConfigPath <ExtractKamanjaDirectory>/ClusterInstall/ClusterConfig.json –WorkingDir <WorkingDirectoryPath> 2>&1 | tee /tmp/KamanjaInstall.txt

    For example:

    bash /apps/project/Kamanja/KamanjaExtract1_2_1/KamanjaClusterInstall.sh –ClusterId kamanjacluster1 –MetadataAPIConfig /apps/project/Kamanja/KamanjaExtract1_2_1/ClusterCfgMetadataAPIConfig.properties –TarballPath /apps/project/Kamanja/Repos/Kamanja-1.2.1.tar.gz –NodeConfigPath /apps/project/Kamanja/KamanjaExtract1_2_1/ClusterConfig.json –WorkingDir /tmp/KamanjaWorkDir 2>&1 | tee /tmp/KamanjaExtract1_2_1.txt

    What is the tarball path?
    thanks,
    alison

  • #13474 Reply

    Archived_User79
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    Hi Alison ,

    It is the path to the tar file that contains the binaries.

    Thanks,
    Ahmed

  • #13475 Reply

    Archived_User42
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    and where is that path?

  • #13476 Reply

    Archived_User42
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    The path is to the gz file, which my Mac automatically un-gzips. The solution is to gzip it again. Thanks Ahmad for showing me this.

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