[AG-TECH] Building AG-2.3 for Mandrake 10.X
woolsr at inel.gov
Wed Nov 17 15:31:26 CST 2004
Thanks for your reply.
pyGlobus is installed, but it looks like there is something missing.
When I tried the last import line at a python prompt:
from pyGlobus.io import GSITCPSocketServer, ThreadingGSITCPSocketServer
python said it couldn't find one of the globus libraries:
libglobus_io_gcc32dbgpthr.so.0. Looking for that file, I realized that
I had built globus for gcc32pthr instead of gcc32dbgpthr, so the
filename it was looking for was not there. I must have messed up with
my last compile of globus. I recompiled globus and no longer get that
I do have another couple of issues now, but it is different on 32 bit
versus 64 bit.
32 bit: I run the AGServiceManager.py and get the following error:
Toolkit Initialization failed, exiting.
Initialization Error: -1
I tried looking in the .AccessGrid directory, but am unsure what logs to
look at. Which log should I look at to find the problem?
The scripts are running, but it appears that something is wrong with the
certificates. I exported my certificate from the 32 bit machine and put
it on the 64 bit one. Importing worked fine, but now when I try to
start a proxy it tells me my pass phrase is invalid. Trying
'grid-proxy-init -debug' tells me:
ERROR: Couldn't find valid credentials to generate a proxy.
Error with certificate filename: The user cert could not be
1) env. var. X509_USER_CERT=NULL
Eric Olson wrote:
>It looks like a pyGlobus installation is missing. Can you make sure
>you've built and installed pyGlobus (and globus)? It looks like you need
>pyGlobus in /usr/lib64/python2.3/site-packages.
>On Wed, 17 Nov 2004, Steven Woolsey wrote:
>>I am currently trying to get a working build of AG 2.3 to work under
>>mandrake 10.x for both 32 bit and x86_64. I have most of the packages
>>built, but when I try to start the AGServiceManager I get the following
>>Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "/usr/bin/AGServiceManager.py", line 23, in ?
>> from AccessGrid.hosting import SecureServer
>>line 120, in ?
>>line 62, in SetHostingImpl
>> s = __import__(nis, globals(), locals(), ["SecureServer",
>>line 20, in ?
>> from SOAPpy.GSIServer import ThreadingGSISOAPServer, GSIConfig
>> File "/usr/lib64/python2.3/site-packages/SOAPpy/GSIServer.py", line
>>74, in ?
>> from pyGlobus.io import GSITCPSocketServer, ThreadingGSITCPSocketServer
>>ImportError: cannot import name GSITCPSocketServer
>>Obviously I am missing something. Does anyone have any suggestions of
>>what I might look at to resolve these problems?
woolsr at inel.gov
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