[AG-TECH] AG2 installed, what next?
mike.daw at man.ac.uk
Thu Feb 27 04:19:11 CST 2003
You're probably getting the 'Invalid URL' message because you've not run
grid-proxy-init (at least successfully). According to bug #105
http://bugzilla.mcs.anl.gov/AccessGrid/show_bug.cgi?id=105, ANL ('lefvert' -
it would be nice to know a first name!) have since put in a better error
As to the grid-proxy-init segmentation fault, are you trying to run it as
root? If so, maybe your problem is here - that's what happened to me. If
not, try running 'grid-proxy-init -debug' and sending that output to
At least, these are the problems I got at a similar stage...!
Now, who's going to answer my question
.html)? Or I'll be forced to put it in Bugzilla...! (Actually, it occurs to
me that perhaps that *is* the best place for these things. ANL boys/girls -
is this how you want Bugzilla to be used, or do you want it reserved for
stuff we *know* is bugs, rather than user incompetence. Perhaps there should
be a new 'Severity' in bugzilla, if you've got control over this, for
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov [mailto:owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov]On
> Behalf Of Christoph Willing
> Sent: 27 February 2003 03:38
> To: AG-TECH list at ANL
> Subject: [AG-TECH] AG2 installed, what next?
> I have alpha3.1 installed on a fresh RH8.1 (phoebe) machine, also have a
> nice new usercert.pem in my .globus directory. What happens now?
> Based Jennifer's getting-started page (for Windows), I've run:
> /usr/bin/AGNodeService.py which claimed to start a service OK
> /usr/bin/AGServiceManager.py ditto
> /usr/bin/NodeManagement.py which brings up a gui, but adding
> the appropriate address into its "Attach to Node" widget gives the
> following error:
> [root at exp root]# /usr/bin/NodeManagement.py
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> es.py", line 367, in Attach
> es.py", line 467, in UpdateHostList
> self.serviceManagers = self.vc.GetServiceManagers()
> AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'GetServiceManagers'
> Maybe they were Windows specific commands (despite being in /usr/bin) so
> I also tried, based on Ti's earlier email:
> grid-proxy-init this gave Segmentation fault, no other clues
> VenueServer.py complains about "None does not exist" -
> [root at exp lib]# VenueServer.py
> HN: exp.vislab.usyd.edu.au EP: 8002 TP: 8004 DP: 8006
> Loading Venue:
Not starting datastore for venue: None does not exist
Service running at: https://exp.vislab.usyd.edu.au:8000/VenueServer
VenueManagement.py brings up gui, into which I enter the service
(https://exp.vislab.usyd.edu.au:8000/VenueServer) which VenueServer.py
started. However when I press the Go button, it pops up an "Invalid URL"
notifier. Also when I press that Go button, the following output appears
in the shell from which I started VenueManagement.py:
[root at exp root]# VenueManagement.py
Any pointers on what to do next please?
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