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Old 09-01-2008, 11:45 AM
Soren Hansen
 
Default Ubuntu JeOS

On Mon, Sep 01, 2008 at 09:27:49PM +1000, Marcus Young wrote:
> I am not sure that this is the right list for this question? I have
> just been working on developing a simple java application appliance
> (vmware) using Ubuntu JeOS. The application runs against PostgreSQL.
> So:
>
> I built a JeOS server, updated and upgraded, installed Java 1.5 and
> Openssl and then installed Postgresql. The issue is that the database
> seems to error during the start up process. That is the boot screen
> lists the state as "fail" rather than "ok". However, if I logon and
> give it a few seconds it appears to have started correctly. I thought
> that it may have something to do with DNS lookups or certs (there were
> errors in the logs) but have eliminated these possibilities.

How did you eliminate these possibilities?

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Old 09-01-2008, 12:13 PM
Marcus Young
 
Default Ubuntu JeOS

Soren,

there was an error in postgresql-8.3-main.log along the lines of "unable to load root.crt". After commenting out "ssl=true" in postgresql.conf the error went away. The only "error" in the log now seems to be "incomplete startup packet" which I think is related to the client rather than the server? With DNS, I just did some simple pings to localhost and hostname.domain. I noticed that the Avahi mDNS deamon starts just before postgresql.

Marcus




----- Original Message -----
From: Soren Hansen <soren@ubuntu.com>
Sent: Mon, 1/9/2008 21:45
To: Marcus Young <marcus@incarta.com.au>
Cc: ubuntu-server@lists.ubuntu.com
Subject: Re: Ubuntu JeOS

On Mon, Sep 01, 2008 at 09:27:49PM +1000, Marcus Young wrote:
> I am not sure that this is the right list for this question? I have
> just been working on developing a simple java application appliance
> (vmware) using Ubuntu JeOS. The application runs against PostgreSQL.
> So:
>
> I built a JeOS server, updated and upgraded, installed Java 1.5 and
> Openssl and then installed Postgresql. The issue is that the database
> seems to error during the start up process. That is the boot screen
> lists the state as "fail" rather than "ok". However, if I logon and
> give it a few seconds it appears to have started correctly. I thought
> that it may have something to do with DNS lookups or certs (there were
> errors in the logs) but have eliminated these possibilities.

How did you eliminate these possibilities?

--
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Virtualisation specialist | Ubuntu Server Team
Canonical Ltd. | http://www.ubuntu.com/

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Old 09-02-2008, 01:01 PM
Soren Hansen
 
Default Ubuntu JeOS

On Mon, Sep 01, 2008 at 10:13:42PM +1000, Marcus Young wrote:
> there was an error in postgresql-8.3-main.log along the lines of
> "unable to load root.crt". After commenting out "ssl=true" in
> postgresql.conf the error went away. The only "error" in the log now
> seems to be "incomplete startup packet" which I think is related to
> the client rather than the server? With DNS, I just did some simple
> pings to localhost and hostname.domain. I noticed that the Avahi mDNS
> deamon starts just before postgresql.

This sounds mostly like a postgresql bug. Have you reported it on
Launchpad?

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