[GE users] Problems deploying reporting application

alopezga aloga at ifca.unican.es
Thu Jan 28 11:22:43 GMT 2010


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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