-Re: Satisfying Zookeper dependency when installing Accumulo in CentOS
I was worried about forcing the rpm installation with --nodeps b/c I wasn't
sure if there was some kind of linkage that would be formed from accumulo
to the zookeeper package, which, due to zookeeper not being a true package,
would cause accumulo to fail at runtime.
But, based on your advice, I went ahead and installed Accumulo via rpm with
the --nodeps option. It completed without errors, and I was about to
proceed with the next step of modifying conf/accumulo-env.sh I can't seem
to find where it is! "locate accumulo-env.sh" is resulting in no hits.
Where would the rpm installation have put Accumulo?
On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 4:10 PM, Mike Drob <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> RPM is looking for a zookeeper package on the system to satisfy the
> automatic dependency management. The installation instructions you linked
> to for ZK seem to imply using a downloaded tar.
> If that's the case then you'll need to either find a ZK RPM, install
> Accumulo using a tar, or install Accumulo via RPM using the --nodeps option.
> On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 5:03 PM, Kevin Pauli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to install Accumulo in CentOS. I have installed the jdk and
>> hadoop, but can't seem to make Accumulo install happy wrt zookeeper.
>> I installed Zookeper according to the instructions here:
>> And Zookeeper is running:
>> $ sudo bin/zkServer.sh start
>> JMX enabled by default
>> Using config: /usr/lib/zookeeper-3.4.5/bin/../conf/zoo.cfg
>> Starting zookeeper ... STARTED
>> But when trying to install Accumulo, this is what I get:
>> $ sudo rpm -ivh Downloads/accumulo-1.4.2-1.amd64.rpm
>> error: Failed dependencies:
>> zookeeper is needed by accumulo-1.4.2-1.amd64
>> Kevin Pauli