1. Make sure no Revolution R jobs are running.
2. Delete the "Revolution R" service from the service list.
3. Add a service and re-add the "Revolution R" service again making sure to add it to all nodes in the cluster. This should rebuild the RevoHadoopEnvVars.site file to ensure that the Revo R environment and paths to CDH jars matches the new environment.
4. On all nodes, check that any links to libhdfs.so and libjvm.so in /usr/lib64 point to existing and current libraries. The paths to libhdfs.so will change with the CDH upgrade. The path to libjvm.so will change if the cluster JVM was upgraded along with CDH or Cloudera Manager.
5. If the cluster JVM was upgraded, run the following command as root on all nodes:
# Revo64 CMD javareconf
Article ID: 3104121 - Last Review: 31 Oct 2015 - Revision: 1