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Two hadoop nodes on same machine while a second machine not joining the cluster

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I have a test cluster of two machines, on both of them hadoop is installed. I have configured the hadoop cluster but on admin UI (as in the below picture) I see that two nodes are running on the same master machine, and that the other machine has no Hadoop node.

On master machine following services are running:

~$ jps 26310 ResourceManager 27593 Jps 26216 DataNode 26135 NameNode 26557 NodeManager 26701 JobHistoryServer 

On the slave machine:

~$ jps 2614 DataNode 2920 Jps 2707 NodeManager 

I don't why the slave is not joining the cluster (It was before). I tried to shutdown all servers on both machines and format HDFS then restarting everything but that didnot help. Any help to figure whats causing that behavior is appreciated.

posted Jun 16, 2015 by anonymous

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