[AG-TECH] More problems with my AG2.3 upgrade

Thomas D. Uram turam at mcs.anl.gov
Thu Dec 16 15:50:54 CST 2004


Nope, that's not how it's supposed to work.  One thing that is wrong is that you don't 
need to start a ServiceManager on the display machine; one is started internal to the 
venue client.  This may have also contributed to the problems you had with the node setup 
wizard (bug 1232), and led to your node configuration being flaky.

Can you try to configure the node again without the additional service manager?  If you 
run into more trouble, you can send the VenueClient.log file from the display machine, and 
I'll take a look.  You'll find it in c:\documents and settings\<you>\Application 

I'd also be interested to see ~/.AccessGrid/Logs/VideoProducerService.log from the video 


Peterson, Michael R wrote:
> I have installed the latest software AG2.3 on two Linux AW3.0 computers
> (video and audio) and one Windows 2000 computer (display). I have
> personal certificates on all thee computers. I start the Service Manager
> on all three computers. I previously configured the Node Manager  using
> the Wizard and setup all three computers. So I have the Service Manager
> running on all three computers (in Debug mode), the Node Service is
> running on the Display computer (in Debug mode) and I start the Venue
> Client (in Debug Mode) on the Display computer. It takes a very long
> time for the Venue Client to start, as I watch both the Video and Audio
> consoles it appears that they are opening at least 25 ports each. The
> say "Starting Service URI: https//###:65035/Service" where "###" is the
> IP of the computer the service is running on. The port numbers seem to
> be random, it will go from 54524 to 61371 on the next line? 
> So as the Venue Client starts on the Display Computer, I notice all
> these port commands on the other computer. Then when I actually get in
> the AG room the video on the video computer seems to be in a loop where
> it just keeps launching videos. The video on the display computer
> sometimes starts multiple vics and other times just the one window (but
> the video computer seems to always have way to many videos).
> Is this how it is supposed to run? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> Michael R. Peterson II
> Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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