[AG-TECH] AG2.0 and linux

Thomas Uram turam at mcs.anl.gov
Thu Apr 24 10:41:11 CDT 2003

If you want to run a venue server, you can execute VenueServer.py.  By 
default, it will run on hostname:8000.  To access this server from 
outside your firewall, you need to open ports 8000, 8002, 8004, and 
8006.  The venue server will create a single venue at startup.  The 
venue server can be configured using VenueManagement.py, pointed at the 
server url (https://hostname:8000/VenueServer).

We are working on user guide materials now, so a better reference is on 
its way.


Randy Heiland wrote:

>>This problem is a version mismatch between the venue server and venue
>>client.  The venue client code you have is expecting clients and
>>services in the venue state, but the server to which you are connecting
>>(presumably vv2:9000)  is running beta3 code which does not include
>>these in the venue state.  If you run a client and server from the same
>>version of the code (both from beta3, say), they would be using the same
>>definition of venue state, and this problem wouldn't occur.  You could
>>do the same using cvs code, but then there are fewer guarantees.
>Relate to this... is there a doc explaining how one starts up a venue server?
> I assume it involves the VenueServer and VenueServerRegistry classes (duh),
>but other than that I'm lost.

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