[GE users] Problems deploying reporting application

bdbaddog bill at baddogconsulting.com
Mon Feb 1 20:01:38 GMT 2010


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All,

How hard is it to fix the rpm's so they actually work?
Vs. Install the rpms, and make a bunch of hacks afterwards?

Are the .spec files publicly available?
If so the community might be able to resolve this?
-Bill

On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 9:38 AM, templedf <dan.templeton at sun.com> wrote:
> Did you follow the instructions carefully? :)  I think I've been bitten
> by this before.  There's one step in the troubleshooting instructions
> that is inexplicably hard to read correctly.  If I remember correctly,
> it's that part about:
>
>> Create file reporting.reg in
>> /etc/opt/webconsole/console/prereg/com.sun.grid.arco_6.2u3
>
> I spent a couple of hours one time banging my head against not being
> able to read the instructions. :)
>
> Daniel
>
>
> On 01/28/10 03:22, alopezga wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>
>> I wish to deploy arco on top of my SGE 6.2u4 installation but I'm
>> getting some troubles.
>>
>> My system is a 64 bit Debian bo. I've installed SGE 6.2u4 without problems,
>> and it's running flawless. I managed to install Web Console converting the
>> RPMs that Sun is providing for RHEL using alien. After installing the
>> reporting module (dbwriter installation was OK) I got the same error as
>> the one described in the troubleshooting page (i.e the "must have
>> administration..."). I applied the workaround described there, managing
>> to start the webconsole aplication.
>>
>> Thus I am able to see the login web page, but I am not able to log in
>> whoever user I try. Having a look at the logs I see the following error:
>>
>> -----------8<-----------
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:29:53 | INFO  | The console instance "console" is stopping.
>>
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:29:59 | INFO  | The console instance "console" is starting in
>>       admin mode.
>>
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:29:59 | INFO  | Resolving shared jar files
>>
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:29:59 | INFO  | Resolving login modules
>>
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:29:59 | INFO  | Resolving Java options
>>
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:29:59 | INFO  | Resolving web modules
>>
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:30:00 | ERROR | Web application "reporting" in application
>>       com.sun.grid.arco_6.2u4 not deployed, location does not exist:
>>       /opt/gridengine6.2/default/arco/reporting
>>
>> 28-Jan-2010 | 11:30:00 | INFO  | The console instance "console" is starting in
>>       user mode.
>> --------->8------------
>>
>> I've checked that directory (created by the installation procedure of
>> reporting and tha application seems to be there).
>>
>> I've tryed to reinstall everything from scratch, with same results.
>>
>> My current Java version is 1.5.0.22.
>>
>> Any hints?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> A.
>>
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