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It saddens me there is no real manual/FAQ for this product..
This might also arise due to the presence of circular dependency in your eclipse workspace.
The MACS project is built with Java SDK 7, which is not compatible with the server running at Java SDK 6.
Trying again & again with all required steps completed but cluster Installation when install selected Parcels, always shows every host with bad health. i am installing cm 5.5 on Cent OS 6.7 using virtualbox. For me, after a few days I struggled with it, I found the log files (at ) It had a comment there is a mismatch of the guid, so I uninstalled everything from both machines (using the script they give, Afterwards I re-installed everything, and that fixed that issue for me...
The Error Host is in bad health cm.Host is in bad health dn1.Host is in bad health dn2.Host is in bad health nn1.Host is in bad health nn2.Host is in bad health rm.in previous step 5 all hosts were completed with heartbeat checks in the end memory distributions cm 8GB all others with 1GB i could not find proper answer anywhere else. I read online that there can be issues with the hostname and things like that, but I guess that if you get to this part of the installation, you already fixed all the domain/FDQN/hosname/hosts issues.
This error message could mean that the profile your server is configured to be using is not configured to use Java 7 even though the runtime the server itself is using has been added with Java 7 JRE in RAD.
I tried to install the Dimensions CM Eclipse 12.1.1 plugin on my pc (windows 7, 32 bits).Checking this out on the file system revealed that the file could only be accessed with administrator privileges.Apparently I had at some point launched eclipse from an administrator console by mistake. In my case it seems to be caused by a bad jar file combined with the zip libs not throwing a proper exception, just a Null Pointer Exception. Version: Neon.3 Release (4.6.3) Build id: 20170314-1500 The fix/trick for me was deleting my local repository in ~/.m2/repository in order to remove local dependencies and rebuilding my project in which fresh dependencies are pulled down.Maven Deployment Descriptor Management which was trying to delete a directory in windows' temp directory called ".maven Deployment Descriptor Management", which caused an irrational Null Pointer Exception from the