install_vertica with disabled root shell
Hello, is there a way to install Vertica on environment where root shell is disabled and i have only access to user with sudo ALL? For the sake of simplicity lets call that user sudouser
When I run
sudo ./install_vertica it errors:
Getting system information for cluster (this may take a while)... Error: Default shell on the following nodes are not bash. Default shell must be set to bash. 192.168.0.2 /sbin/nologin Exiting... Installation FAILED with errors.
sudouser from which I lunch installation have shell configured to /bin/bash, but disabled root account has shell configured to /sbin/nologin
I have read in
When the SUDO_USER environment variable is set, install-vertica attempts to ssh as that user. This is the case when invoked with 'sudo'. Otherwise, install-vertica will ssh as root. The credentials provided with these options must match the ssh user.
I have set
SUDO_USER=sudouser but got the same error.