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Using the Installer on Centos 7.3

Question asked by dmcnelis on Dec 14, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 26, 2017 by waikiat.yip

Trying to set up a small cluster in EC2 using CentOS.  The only CentOS version I have available as an AMI to use is 7.3 (or rather CentOs7 - 1602).  When I start the installer it warns me that this is an un-tested version of the OS, and asks I'd like to proceed.

 

Since it lets me succeed, I would expect to be able to ignore that version difference later on using the web-based installer.  However, I get validation errors on my proposed nodes that they are CentOs 7.3 and that it will not let me proceed.

 

Is there a workaround for this?  I.e. is there a file of 'available OS options' I could muck with, or a flag I can set to tell it to swallow the version different unless it actually fails an installation step?

 

If not, does anyone have an idea when the Installer / MapR ecosystem will allow for CentOs 7.3?

 

Thanks

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