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new setup.. after restart issues

I setup vertica in a single redhat 6.0 linux, also i installed vertica management console, for one vertica was running w/o problems but i restart the server and i got some issues, error: cant get up my database this is the error when i tried to bring it up verica Spread does not seem to be running on 10.181.109.15. The database will not be started on this host.. and when i try to create a new bd i got this log self.__navigator.navigate(uimanager=self, startingPoint=runFrom) File "/opt/vertica/oss/python/lib/python2.7/site-packages/vertica/ui/Navigator.py", line 315, in navigate ((self.__menus[ nextMenu ][ self.NAV_MACTIONS ])[ offset ])() File "/opt/vertica/oss/python/lib/python2.7/site-packages/vertica/ui/adminCtrl.py", line 1951, in createDB result, info = self.__exec.createDB(DBName, nodesInDB, DBpassword=DBpassword, licenseFile=DBinclude.CONFIG_SHARE_DIR + "/license.key") File "/opt/vertica/oss/python/lib/python2.7/site-packages/vertica/engine/adminExec.py", line 3358, in createDB portNo=port, DBpassword=DBpassword, licenseFile=licenseFile, logger=logger, whichNodesRunSpread=restrictSpread) File "/opt/vertica/oss/python/lib/python2.7/site-packages/vertica/network/SSH.py", line 1533, in createDBMultiNodes code = checkForRunning(dbName, [nodes[initiatorOffset]], askForContinue=interactive, KSafety=k, procCheck=process_checker, spreadHosts=whichNodesRunSpread, logger=logger, requires_all_up=True) IndexError: list index out of range any good fella that can help me a little??

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  • Hi Julio,

    Can you check if spread is running on this server?

    $ /etc/init.d/spreadd status

    If spread is down, please start spread as:

    $ /etc/init.d/spreadd start


    Once spread is runnig, try bringing DB up.

    Thanks,
    Pravesh
  • [[email protected] ~]# su dbadmin [[email protected] root]$ /etc/init.d/spreadd status spread dead but pid file exists Try using 'spreadd stop' to clear state [[email protected] root]$ /etc/init.d/spreadd start Starting spread daemon: [FAILED] [[email protected] root]$
  • Hi Julio,

    Please retstart the spread to clead PID file.

    $ /etc/init.d/spreadd restart

    After restarting, check the spread status again:

    $ /etc/init.d/spreadd status

    Once spread is UP and runnig, try starting your DB.

    Thanks.

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