[GE users] ArCo installation

Miguel Dias Costa mcosta at fc.up.pt
Mon Oct 13 13:58:53 BST 2008


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Jana Olivova wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Yes, there is definitely a problem with the RHEL4 and SJWC. On RHEL5 
> it works just fine. I have encountered this problem before. However, 
> ARCO will work fine you just have to perform some manual steps. You 
> should still run the ARCo installation first. Your ARCo installation 
> probably fails after this step:
>
> Registering the SGE reporting module in the Sun Java Web Console
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> Must have administration privileges to execute this command.
> Must have administration privileges to execute this command.
> Must have administration privileges to execute this command.
> Must have administration privileges to execute this command.
> Creating the TOC file ... OK
precisely
>
> After running the unsuccessful ARCo installation, manually edit the 
> /etc/opt/webconsole/console/service.properties file and add these 
> properties (use fully qualified names, replace the $SGE_ROOT and 
> $SGE_CELL with your locations):
>
> arco_app_dir=$SGE_ROOT/$SGE_CELL/arco/reporting
> arco_logging_level=INFO
> arco_config_file=$SGE_ROOT/$SGE_CELL/arco/reporting/config.xml
>
> Create file reporting.reg  in 
> /etc/opt/webconsole/console/prereg/com.sun.grid.arco_6.2, (the regnot 
> file, this is what is created during deploy), with the following info 
> in it and restarted the smcwebserver. Again, replace with fully 
> qualified names.
>
> system=false
> debug=0
> context=reporting
> type=webapp
> location=$SGE_ROOT/$SGE_CELL/arco/reporting
>
>
> Then everything should work fine, except you still will face the same 
> issue when trying to run the wcadmin command.
that did the trick - thank you very much!

Miguel
>
> Regards,
>
> Jana
>
> On 10/13/08 12:49, Miguel Dias Costa wrote:
>> Hello
>>
>> Jana Olivova wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> Try this step:
>>>
>>> http://wikis.sun.com/display/GridEngine/ARCo+Troubleshooting#ARCoTroubleshooting-Problem%3ANoapplicationisregisteredwiththisSunJava%28TM%29WebConsole%2Coryouhavenorightstouseanyapplicationsthatareregistered. 
>>>
>>>
>>> I think it is related to this issue:
>>> http://gridengine.sunsource.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=2696
>> thanks, but it didn't work. If I uninstal everything and then (as root):
>>
>> - unpack webconsole3.0.2-linux.tar.gz
>> - run ./setup -n
>> <...> Installlation complete.
>> - smcwebserver start
>> Starting Sun Java(TM) Web Console Version 3.0.2 ...
>> Exception while starting container instance console: An exception was 
>> thrown while executing 
>> /var/opt/webconsole/domains/console/conf/wcstart nobody
>>
>> this seems to be because wcstart does not have execute permission, 
>> maybe something else failed too.
>>
>> If I do "chmod +x /var/opt/webconsole/domains/console/conf/wcstart", 
>> then smcwebserver starts, but the output of "wcadmin list" already 
>> shows the "administration privileges" problem, before trying to 
>> install arco:
>>
>> "
>> Must have administration privileges to list deployed web applications.
>>
>> Registered jar files (application name, identifier, path):
>>
>>    console  console_jars  /opt/sun/webconsole/lib/*.jar
>>    console  jato_jar      /opt/sun/share/lib/jato.jar
>>    console  javahelp_jar  
>> /usr/java/packages/javax.help-2.0/javahelp/lib/*.jar
>>    console  shared_jars   
>> /opt/sun/webconsole/private/container/shared/lib/*.jar
>>
>> Registered login modules (application name, service name, identifier):
>>
>>    console  ConsoleLogin  userlogin
>>
>> Shared service properties (name, value):
>>
>>    ENABLE            yes
>> "
>>
>> Miguel
>>
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Jana Olivova
>>>
>>> On 10/09/08 16:13, Miguel Dias Costa wrote:
>>>> Hello all.
>>>>
>>>> I have a working installation of gridengine 6.2 on rhel 4 (x86_64) 
>>>> and I'm trying to install arco.
>>>>
>>>> I've installed all dependencies (java 1.5, mysql 5 and sun web 
>>>> console 3.0.2) and the installation scripts run fine until it tries 
>>>> to register the reporting apps on the web console, which fails with 
>>>> "Must have administration privileges to execute this command."
>>>>
>>>> I tracked this to the wcadmin command, which gives the same output 
>>>> event when I run, as root, "wcadmin list" (it shows everything 
>>>> except the registered apps, for which it says that it doesn't have 
>>>> permission).
>>>>
>>>> Can anyone help me?
>>>>
>>>> Kind regards,
>>>> Miguel
>>>>
>>>> P.S. searching the web I noticed that roleLogin is missing from my 
>>>> "wcadmin list" output. Could this be the problem and, if so, how 
>>>> can I enable it?
>>>>
>>>>
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