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Occasional Contributor II
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Registered: ‎02-06-2013

not able to connect to airwave

hi

 

i am not able to connect to airwave using https or http. the server is running and it is sending alert message. but i am not able to connect to the interface. any help on this will be appreciated.

 

Karthik

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Re: not able to connect to airwave

can you SSH as root to the server?  Issue the command "daemons" There should be a long list.  Try restarting them with the command "rd"

Seth R. Fiermonti
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Re: not able to connect to airwave

Though restarting daemons is like hammering your way through the problem.  If you want to debug and find out the cause, it'd be worth opening a case with support.  Any crashes in the apache logs (/var/log/httpd/error_log or access_log)?


Rob Gin
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Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
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Re: not able to connect to airwave

[root@bhusd mercury]# daemons ?
  PID  PPID  PGID %CPU %MEM   RSS     ELAPSED CMD
 1751     1  1750  0.3  2.9 232644   20:06:52 VisualRF
 1464     1  1464  0.0  0.1 10912    20:08:11 Daemon::LowLevelServiceWatcher
 1521     1  1478  0.0  0.0   504    20:07:55 msgHandler
 1164     1  1164  0.0  0.0  1640    20:10:39 rrdcached
 1738     1  1738  0.0  2.9 230716   20:06:53 snmptrapd

 

i dont see a long list just the above

Occasional Contributor I
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Registered: ‎12-03-2013

Re: not able to connect to airwave

What is the output of # df -h

 

i guess the server is out of disk space

 

 

Regards,

-s
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Re: not able to connect to airwave

It would seem that none of the other daemons are currently running on your server.  Check to see if the disk drive of the AMP is full:

# df -h

If it's not, then doing the 'rd' that Seth suggested could possibly get you back up and running.  But the fact that apache/pound are not visible explains why the UI was unreachable.  There may be better clues to the outtage in /var/log/low_level_service_watcher or service_watcher logs.


Rob Gin
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
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Re: not able to connect to airwave

[root@bhusd mercury]# df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00
                       65G   14G   48G  23% /
tmpfs                 3.8G     0  3.8G   0% /dev/shm
/dev/sda1              97M   36M   57M  39% /boot

 

have enough disk space

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Re: not able to connect to airwave

Did you try 'restart daemons' ('rd' command) already?  If not, go ahead and do so and open a support case to see if they can help find the root cause.


Rob Gin
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Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
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Re: not able to connect to airwave

i did and below is the output

 and also i am able to connect to the interface .. thanks a lot for the help...and how do i enable autoboot...i restarted the server before running rd.. but the server is not doing autoboot. it stops in the boot prompt then i need to press enter to boot..please help me on this too.

[root@bhusd mercury]# daemons
  PID  PPID  PGID %CPU %MEM   RSS     ELAPSED CMD
 2218     1  2218  0.0  0.2 18716       02:08 airbus
 1924     1  1924 33.7 10.4 820716      03:18 httpd_
 2212     1  2212  1.1 10.3 815392      02:09 Daemon::ServiceWatcher
 2220     1  2220  0.0 10.3 814092      02:08 Daemon::PortGrabber
 2223     1  2223  0.0 10.3 814036      02:07 Daemon::TupleSpaces
 2226     1  2226  0.0 10.3 814092      02:07 Daemon::TupleScheduler
 2254     1  2254  0.0 10.3 814692      02:06 Daemon::SwarmHandler
 2272     1  2272  0.3 10.3 814984      02:04 Daemon::PerfCollector
 2276     1  2276  0.0 10.3 813776      02:04 Daemon::AlertD
 2283     1  2283  0.9 10.3 815404      02:03 Daemon::APListCacher
 2286     1  2286  0.0 10.3 814520      02:03 Daemon::APScanner
 2289     1  2289  0.0 10.3 813872      02:03 Daemon::APWatcher
 2293     1  2293  0.0 10.3 814044      02:02 Daemon::APWatcherPollNow
 2296     1  2296  0.0 10.3 814580      02:02 Daemon::AsyncLoggerClient
 2299     1  2299  0.0 10.3 813784      02:01 Daemon::ConfigPusher
 2306     1  2306  0.0 10.3 814048      02:01 Daemon::ConfigVerifier
 2310     1  2310  0.0 10.3 814512      02:00 Daemon::DeviceEvent
 2317     1  2317  0.0 10.3 814072      02:00 Daemon::DNSFetcher
 2333     1  2333  0.0 10.3 814020      01:59 Daemon::PartialConfigPusher
 2336     1  2336  0.0 10.4 818936      01:59 Daemon::PAPI
 2339  2336  2336  0.0 10.3 814464      01:59 Daemon::AMONAggregator
 2375     1  2375  0.0 10.3 813812      01:54 Daemon::SNMPEnabler
 2378     1  2378  0.0 10.3 814076      01:54 Daemon::SNMPFetcher
 2384     1  2384  0.0 10.3 814952      01:14 Daemon::SNMPV2Fetcher
 2387     1  2387  0.0 10.3 814952      01:14 Daemon::SNMPV2Fetcher
 2390     1  2390  0.3 10.4 817704      01:14 Daemon::SyncD
 2397     1  2397  0.0 10.3 813812      01:13 Daemon::WepKeySetter
 2437     1  2437  0.0 10.3 815408      01:11 Daemon::AsyncLoggerClient
 2395  2394  2394 25.7  2.1 169708      01:13 VisualRF
 2200     1  2200  0.3  0.1 10268       02:12 Daemon::LowLevelServiceWatcher
 2257     1  2212  0.0  0.0   504       02:06 msgHandler
 2266     1  2266  0.0  0.0   900       02:04 pound
 2268  2266  2266  0.1  0.0  4332       02:04 pound
 2366     1  2366  0.0  1.0 85668       01:54 radiusd
 1115     1  1115  0.0  0.0  1196       06:30 rrdcached
 2382     1  2382  0.0  2.9 230600      01:14 snmptrapd

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