[Errno 2] No such file or directory:


(Jason J Youm) #1

Hello,

I am seeing below error during the installation. I took all steps in the instruction, but I am not sure which step made me to create ~/tmp directory.

Please advise. Thank you!

fyi, I am using docker 18.03 on centos7.

[jason@els01 ~]$ bash <(curl -fsSL https://download.elastic.co/cloud/elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh) install

Elastic Cloud Enterprise Installer

Start setting up a new Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation by installing the software on your first host.
This first host becomes the initial coordinator and provides access to the Cloud UI, where you can manage your installation.
To learn more about the options you can specify, see the documentation.

NOTE: If you want to add this host to an existing installation, please specify the --coordinator-host and --roles-token flags

-- Verifying Prerequisites --
Checking runner container does not exist... PASSED
Checking host storage root volume path is not root... PASSED
Checking host storage path is accessible... PASSED
Checking host storage path contents matches whitelist... PASSED
Checking Docker version... PASSED
Checking Docker file system... PASSED
Checking Docker storage driver... PASSED
Checking whether 'setuser' works inside a Docker container... PASSED
Checking runner ip connectivity... PASSED
Checking OS IPv4 IP forward setting... PASSED
Checking OS max map count setting... PASSED
Checking OS kernel version... PASSED
Checking minimum required memory... PASSED
Checking OS kernel cgroup.memory... PASSED
Checking OS minimum ephemeral port... PASSED
Checking OS max open file descriptors per process... PASSED
Checking OS max open file descriptors system-wide... PASSED

  • OS setting for max open file descriptors system-wide should be >= 207400, currently 65535
    Checking OS file system and Docker storage driver compatibility... PASSED
    Checking OS file system storage driver permissions...
Errors have caused Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation to fail
[Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/elastic_cloud_apps/bootstrap-initiator/bootstrap_initiator/prerequisite/tmp'

(Alex Piggott) #2

Looks like the issue is OS setting for max open file descriptors system-wide should be >= 207400, currently 65535, See https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/cloud-enterprise/2.0/ece-configure-hosts.html under Adjust the system limits


(Jason J Youm) #3

Thank you for your reply.
I did change the max open file desc setting but the same error still popping up. Any other opinion?

-- Verifying Prerequisites --
Checking runner container does not exist... PASSED
Checking host storage root volume path is not root... PASSED
Checking host storage path is accessible... PASSED
Checking host storage path contents matches whitelist... PASSED
Checking Docker version... PASSED
Checking Docker file system... PASSED
Checking Docker storage driver... PASSED
Checking whether 'setuser' works inside a Docker container... PASSED
Checking runner ip connectivity... PASSED
Checking OS IPv4 IP forward setting... PASSED
Checking OS max map count setting... PASSED
Checking OS kernel version... PASSED
Checking minimum required memory... PASSED
Checking OS kernel cgroup.memory... PASSED
Checking OS minimum ephemeral port... PASSED
Checking OS max open file descriptors per process... PASSED
Checking OS max open file descriptors system-wide... PASSED
Checking OS file system and Docker storage driver compatibility... PASSED
Checking OS file system storage driver permissions...

Errors have caused Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation to fail
[Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/elastic_cloud_apps/bootstrap-initiator/bootstrap_initiator/prerequisite/tmp'
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(Alex Piggott) #4

@jasony

Ah I see, looks like OS setting for max open file descriptors system-wide should be >= 207400, currently 65535 was just a warning, and the actual error is different and happens here Checking OS file system storage driver permissions... - sorry about that

There should be a log generated in addition to the console display - does that contain any more useful info?

My guess would be that one of the docker/elastic directories does not have the right permissions (eg look for chown / install / etc in https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/cloud-enterprise/2.0/ece-configure-hosts.html) - but that's just a guess at the moment

Alex


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