I’ve had a series of unsuccessful attempts at installing MemSQL 6.8.5 on my Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS machine. The bottomline is I’m unable to fully install this software since MemSQL claims I already have nodes installed preventing an install. When I attempt to view the MemSQL nodes I have installed, MemSQL returns ‘no nodes found.’
Would anyone happen to have an idea how to resolve this issue?
prompt#: memsql-deploy cluster-in-a-box --license [license]
The target user user on host 127.0.0.1 does not have the privileges to perform this action.
Please enter your password to proceed with sudo. (For details, see https://docs.memsql.com/toolbox-redir/sudo-prompt).
sudo password for firstname.lastname@example.org:
memsql-deploy will perform the following actions:
· Install memsql-server 6.8.5 locally
· Deploy a master aggregator on port 3306
· Deploy a leaf node on port 3307
Would you like to continue? [y/N]: y
✓ Downloaded memsql-server 6.8.5
Installing MemSQL locally…
✓ MemSQL 6.8.5 already installed
✓ Installed MemSQL 6.8.5
✓ Rollback succeeded
MemSQL nodes already exist on this host. To view them, run ‘memsql-admin list-nodes’. To remove them, run ‘memsql-admin stop-node --all’ then ‘memsql-admin delete-node --all’
prompt#: memsql-admin list-nodes’
No nodes found