If you execute the command “sdb-admin enable-systemd-client --all”, the following error occurs.
$ sdb-admin enable-systemd-client --all ✓ Successfully connected to host 127.0.0.1 Toolbox will perform the following actions · Write the template unit file, copy the 'sdb-systemd-client' script, and enable the service on the following hosts - 127.0.0.1 Would you like to continue? [y/N]: y ✘ Failed on host "127.0.0.1" with error "error running command: `/usr/bin/sudo -S -k -- /bin/sh -c $1`\n\t\t\t\t where $1 = `printf bf9dc36a-99c0-45b5-b2ff-3f3e20100d91 && exec systemctl enable /home/sdb/singlestore/memsql@.service`: exit status 1" failed to write service file to 1 out of 1 host(s)
Nevertheless, two script files were created: “memsql@.service” and “sdb-systemd-client”.
I know I can manage a SingleStore node using these two script files. (though a little research was needed)
However, I’m curious what caused the error and how to avoid it.
$ sdb-admin version Version: 1.13.13
Can anyone please help?