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Re: [Fedora-directory-users] Admin server installation failed, which logfile should I check?



Eh must have been something ACI related. I ran setup and told it to use
directory manager instead of admin when writing the configuration info and
it all worked. I'll have to look into it more but for now I'm up and
running. Thanks for everyone's help.

-richard


On 2/22/07 4:10 PM, "Richard Hesse" <richard powerset com> wrote:

> Nope, no core files. No success on successive attempts either. Question
> though, the firewall between the configuration server and new server only
> allows TCP 389 and 636 through. Are there any other ports used or is it all
> TCP 389? I ask because the LDAP DS portion is written ok, just not the
> admin.
> 
> -richard
> 
> 
> On 2/22/07 1:22 PM, "Richard Megginson" <rmeggins redhat com> wrote:
> 
>> Richard Hesse wrote:
>>> My initial post included the snippet from setup.log which was lacking any
>>> real information. Is there an argument to run setup in a more verbose
>>> debugging mode? Thanks.
>>>   
>> No, not really.  Do you have any corefiles?  find /opt/fedora-ds -name
>> core.\* -ls
>> You may have to use ulimit -c unlimited to allow setup to produce core
>> files.
>>> -richard
>>> 
>>> On 2/22/07 1:06 PM, "Richard Megginson" <rmeggins redhat com> wrote:
>>> 
>>>   
>>>> Richard Hesse wrote:
>>>>     
>>>>> Tried checking there initially, but the directory is empty. Also of note,
>>>>> none of the start, stop, or restart-admin scripts were created.
>>>>>   
>>>>>       
>>>> Anything in the setup log?  Look in the setup directory.
>>>>     
>>>>> -richard
>>>>> 
>>>>> On 2/22/07 12:50 PM, "Richard Megginson" <rmeggins redhat com> wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>>   
>>>>>       
>>>>>>> The configuration information was successfully written to fds1.hq, but
>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>> admin server on fds1.sv was not setup correctly. I tried looking around
>>>>>>> for
>>>>>>> any relevant logfiles, but couldn't find any. Any suggestions on where
>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>> look? Thanks.
>>>>>>>   
>>>>>>>       
>>>>>>>           
>>>>>> Try admin-serv/logs
>>>>>>     
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