This is my first post to this list. I've been deploying WO-apps for
the last four years on Jaguar Server and later, and have never
encountered a problem until recently.
The trouble I'm having at the moment is with a newly set-up dual-G5
Xserve (booting from internal hw-RAID). On this box, I installed OSXS
10.4.3 (w/ standard WO-Deployment 5.2.4), Xcode 2.0, Java 1.4.2
Update 2, FrontBase 4.2.4, OSXS 10.4.6 Combo Update and finally the
WO-Apps needed. Here's a list of the problems I'm facing with this box:
- When setting up the host in JavaMon, I need to use the host's IP.
When I use the FQDN, WO lists the IP as 127.0.0.1. Some lookupd-issue?
- During initial setup and configuration of the apps, everything
works well (1 instance is configured per app).
- After re-boot, the apps don't start, even if I try to start them
manually in JavaMon
- The only way I can get the apps to run ist to stop and start the WO-
service after a reboot.
I tried trashing the WO-config and re-configured the host and apps
numerous times, synchronized the host in JavaMon, trashed the lookupd
cache, re-installed the apps - but to no avail. I have another Xserve
(single-G5 w/o hw-RAID) running the same apps under the exact same sw-
config w/o any issues. The only difference in sw-configuration
between the two boxes is that the troublesome one had both Ethernet
interfaces enabled during initial OS and WO setup. I remember there
was a problem with multihoming back in the WO 5.1/Jaguar Server days,
but this has since been resolved, IIRC. Anyway, I have since disabled
the second Ethernet interface on the dual, so it shouldn't be an
issue any longer.
media solutions from concept to creation
Ronald P. Pfister, B.Sc.
P.O. Box 206
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