On 10/30/2011 08:48 PM, Juan Hernandez wrote:
On 10/30/2011 07:37 PM, Yair Zaslavsky wrote:
> On 10/30/2011 06:03 PM, José Román Bilbao Castro wrote:
>> The workshop is around the corner and I hope complete installation
>> instructions will be soon available. Nevertheless, I am exploring ovirt
>> for a potential client and need it working as soon as possible. The main
>> problem is that I have followed the instructions to install from source
>> that are present on the wiki and the installation seems to be
>> incomplete. There are three questions:
>> - Where it says:
>> “Check that it runs:
>> $> /usr/local/jboss-5.1.0.GA/bin/run.sh”
>> Am I supposed to leave this “thing” running as long as I am using ovirt?.
> Hi Jose,
> Yes, You need to keep it running. This "thing" is the engine-core JBoss
> application server which has the business logic code installed on as a
> Java EE application.
>> - Second and more important, I cannot access the web GUI
>> through http://<server name>:<port>/webadmin
>> <http://%3cserver%20name%3e:%3cport%3e/webadmin> and I don’t know why.
>> Mainly, I do not know the port. I suppose it is 8080, but it just shows
>> an error page like there is nothing there. If I ignore the “webadmin”
>> tag, It then shows the JBoss page.
José, try https://<server name>:8443/webadmin
that's only relevant if ssl certificate was configured. by default oVirt
development environment works without ssl to allow ease of deployment
ssl can be configured of course.
Jose - what error are you seeing exactly? what's in the jboss logs?
what does http://xxx/8080/api