I figured it out! On re-installing, I answered the last setup question
with the user I wanted to run fedora-ds under (instead of accepting the
default, which I think was "administrator.")
If you could tell me the install log file to review, I could better tell
everyone what my setup mistake was? I reran setup/setup and (now that
fedora-ds is running) I could not return to review all of the setup
questions. Where is the install log file, please?
On Tue, 2007-09-04 at 08:19 -0600, Richard Megginson wrote:
Bob Wooden wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. Please see below.
> On Fri, 2007-08-31 at 09:58 -0600, Richard Megginson wrote:
>> Bob Wooden wrote:
>>> I am new to Fedora Directory Server, but six or seven years linux
>>> I have built a Fedora Core 6, selected the "web server" option on
>>> and installed the FDS 1.0.4 version. Located java and adjusted the
>>> symbolic link. Did my FDS setup/setup and set all the defaults. When I
>>> perform the ./startconsole command (within the fedora-ds directory, I
>>> get the following error message:
>>> Cannot connect to the Admin Server "http://******.***.***:43766"
>>> The URL is not correct or the server is not running.
>> First, make sure both the DS and admin server are running:
>> ps -ef|grep ns-slapd
>> ps -ef|grep httpd.worker
> These report that both are running.
>> If one or the other is not running, make sure you start the DS first,
>> then the admin server.
>> Next, try connecting to the URL http://******.***.***:43766 using your
>> web browser - does it work?
> No, neither the browser on the server nor a browser on the lan can
> connect. I can ping the ipaddress of the FDS server. So, I tried the
> ipaddress:43766 and browser reports "unable to connect . . . "
netstat -an|grep 43766 - do you see a process listening to 43766?
telnet IPaddress 43766 - can you connect using telnet?
>> I would suggest looking at /opt/fedora-ds/admin-serv/logs to see if
>> there are any errors.
>>> I have searched the mailing list archive and I am unable to locate any
>>> reference to this error message.
>>> What do I do now?
> And again, what do I do now?
I suggest looking at /opt/fedora-ds/admin-serv/logs to see if there are
any errors in the file "error" or "access". Are there any?
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