"Jboss:service= invoker..." Nuxeo don't run.

Hello everyone, I have trouble with Jboss. My config is :

  • Ubuntu 10.04 Server.
  • Nuxeo-dm-5.4.2-jboss
  • 4 Go Ram
  • Connexion SSH
  • jdk1.6.0_31 (manual install for Java 6 and can be able to run nuxeo)

First i try is a problem with the Port the I go in : root@nuxeolinux:~/nuxeo-dm-5.4.2-jboss/server/default/deploy/jbossweb.sar/server.xml And change the following port 8080 by 8180 like that :

  <Connector protocol="HTTP/1.1" port="8180" address="${jboss.bind.address}" 
           connectionTimeout="20000" redirectPort="8443" />

After that I Run again Nuxeo. (run.sh)

The ErrorLog is that :

Deployment “jboss:service=invoker,type=unified” is in error due to the following reason(s): NOT FOUND Depends on 'jboss:service=invoker,type=unified' Deployment “jboss.remoting:service=Connector,transport=socket” is in error due to the following reason(s): NOT FOUND Depends on 'jboss.remoting:service=Connector,transport=socket' Deployment “ServiceBindingManager” is in error due to the following reason(s): NOT FOUND Depends on 'ServiceBindingManager' Deployment “

Waiting for your help !

Cordialement,

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ANSWER

First, note that Nuxeo 5.4.2 is obsolete and not supported anymore. You should use Nuxeo 5.6.
05/22/2013

Hi, I want to use nuxeo-cap-5.6-Tomcat , But i can't find how launch "Start Nuxeo.command" in SSH command line … !

Then i just follow this tutorial http://doc.nuxeo.com/display/ADMINDOC56/Installing+the+Nuxeo+Platform+on+Linux And fall on this error : "Réception de : 100 http://fr.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ precise-updates/universe icedtea-7-jre-jamvm amd64 7u21-2.3.9-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 [515 kB] 287 Mo réceptionnés en 2min 54s (1 643 ko/s)
Impossible de récupérer http://apt.nuxeo.org/pool/snapshots/nuxeo_5.7-00+20130422+01_all.deb Taille incohérente E: Impossible de récupérer quelques archives, peut-être devrez-vous lancer apt-get update ou essayer avec –fix-missing ? "

05/23/2013

To start and stop Nuxeo from the command line please read nuxeoctl and Control Panel usage. You can just run bin/nuxeoctl start to start the server, and bin/nuxeoctl stop to stop it. The logs are in log/server.log.
05/23/2013

Thanks i know this. But i can't install Nuxeo ! I Want Nuxeo5.6 ! And when i follow the tutorial and see the download of package he download nuxeo5.7 … (see on previous log message, in frensh but i think you can understand ;) ) ! I don't have nuxeoctl file in /bin/ because install fail.
05/23/2013

Didn't you find the link to download the Nuxeo 5.6 ZIP from http://doc.nuxeo.com/display/ADMINDOC56/Installation ? Why are you installing a 5.7 snapshot?
05/23/2013

Yes i find it.. But i can't "double-click" on "Nuxeo Start.command" , because I have only SSH accès ! Then I follow this : http://doc.nuxeo.com/display/ADMINDOC56/Installing+the+Nuxeo+Platform+on+Linux The specific chapitre : "Installing from the APT sources from the terminal"

And when I write "apt-get install nuxeo" He take this nuxeo5.7 … Not my choice to select him … I follow tutorial :/ !

05/23/2013



Hi,

In order to better understand, your goal is to install Nuxeo 5.6 with Tomcat on Linux and you followed the documentation about Installing the Nuxeo platform on Linux.
The question is how to retrieve Nuxeo 5.6, not 5.7.

The following gives me a Nuxeo 5.6:

$ grep apt.nuxeo.org /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ quantal releases
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-cache show nuxeo |grep Version
Version: 5.6-04

What makes you think you download a Nuxeo 5.7? What is the result of the above commands on your server?

I don't understand why you're talking about «“double-click” on “Nuxeo Start.command”» since Nuxeo Start.command is a convenient startup script for Mac OS X users with GUI. Whereas you're on Linux and don't want to use a GUI. So, in your case, you will use the service /etc/init.d/nuxeo and optionally /var/lib/nuxeo/server/bin/nuxeoctl (warning: using nuxeoctl requires the same user and environment properties as those set by the service nuxeo).

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Hi Julien,

I try your first commande and I have this return :

root@nuxeolinux:~# grep apt.nuxeo.org /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ natty releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ natty releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ lucid releases
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ precise releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ precise releases

I go in /etc/apt/ , vim sources.list and add the line you say for that now , But something Missing ?? You don't give me deb-src :

deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu lucid partner
deb-src http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu lucid partner
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ natty releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ natty releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ lucid releases
deb-src http://archive.canonical.com/ lucid partner
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ precise releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ precise releases
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ quantal releases

After that I do again :

root@nuxeolinux:~# grep apt.nuxeo.org /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ natty releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ natty releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ lucid releases
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ precise releases
deb-src http://apt.nuxeo.org/ precise releases
deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ quantal releases

And for the last I have this (Without apt-get update for moment) :

root@nuxeolinux:~# sudo apt-cache show nuxeo |grep Version
Version: 5.7-00+20130422+01
Version: 5.6-04

Can you say me more ! (I think now i should apt-get remove nuxeo ? for delet both nuxeo installation it's good ?

Cordialement,

05/23/2013

Yeah, I didn't add deb-src since it wasn't required for that purpose but you can keep it. You must have only one line for "deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/&quot; (two lines if including the deb-src line) on which you must set your distribution (natty OR lucid OR precise OR anything within the supported distributions) and the wanted kind of version ("releases" in your case).

apt-get update is required to take into account your changes to the APT sources list.

You're right: a cleanup is welcome. => apt-get purge nuxeo*

The 5.7-00+20130422+01 version is a "SNAPSHOT".

Please issue again the apt-cache show command after purge and update.

05/23/2013

Oups !!! Then for moment it look like works ! What i doing : Add the line on /etc/apt/sources.list

deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ quantal releases

After that I do :

locate nuxeo

And delet all old folder and reference who's bad !!

After that I do the tutorial : http://doc.nuxeo.com/display/ADMINDOC56/Installing+the+Nuxeo+Platform+on+Linux

With an modification at the line :

sudo add-apt-repository &quot;deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ precise releases&quot;

I do :

sudo add-apt-repository &quot;deb http://apt.nuxeo.org/ quantal releases&quot;

After that all seem work, installation begin , and now i can connect with ip_remote:8080/nuxeo/

You're good, thank u so much !!

I don't know if here it exist an option "Resolve" ?

05/23/2013

"resolve" ? you mean marking the question as resolved? it's the "✓" button.
05/23/2013