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Starting/Stopping StreamSets with systemctl

asked 2018-10-12 06:50:42 -0500

Hassan gravatar image

I've installed StreamSets on my CentOs 7 host. Unfortunately I'm not able to start or stop StreamSets with systemctl. If I type into shell systemctl start sdc or systemctl stop sdc I get the message

Failed to stop sdc.service: Unit sdc.service not loaded.

Or do someone know the location of the sdc.sh or *-daemon.sh file in the installation directory. I couldn't find any of this files.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

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answered 2018-10-15 11:04:30 -0500

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Did you install SDC using rpm? Or some other way?

When I did install SDC using rpm on RHEL 7, the following 3 instructions worked straight out after yum localinstall:

 sudo systemctl start sdc
 sudo systemctl status sdc
 sudo systemctl is-active sdc

The documentation I followed is at https://streamsets.com/documentation/...

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Hello @kirti, I installed SDC with the Cloudera parcel and Cloudera Manager. Maybe I'll try to install it with the rpm. Thanks for your reply.

Hassan gravatar imageHassan ( 2018-10-15 16:56:33 -0500 )edit

Hello @kirti, I tried it out and it worked for me, thanks! I'm also able to change with the rpm installation the admin password inside form-realm.properties. This was also not possible with the Cloudera parcel. Maybe a bug inside the parcel...

Hassan gravatar imageHassan ( 2018-10-15 18:10:40 -0500 )edit
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answered 2018-10-15 10:29:03 -0500

Hassan gravatar image

I found out that StreamSets does not support out of the box start/stop services with systemctl. It is possible to do it with Cloudera Manager. Furthermore, I found out that it is possible to start streamsets with streamsets dc. The sdc-env.sh file is located under $SDC_DIST/libexec/sdc-env.sh

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