Install Darga but not able to connect to MiQ


#1

I had just downloaded and installed Darga appliance on CentOS7, but not able to connect to the application.

When I did a netstat -anp | grep 3000, I saw only the following:
root 8277 8055 0 18:47 ? 00:00:02 puma 3.3.0 (tcp://127.0.0.1:3000) [MIQ: Web Service Worker]

I do not see anything that httpd is associating with 127.0.0.1:3000 even though I can see that httpd has been started.

Did I missed out anything? I appreciate if anyone could share your experience with me. Thanks!

Cheers,
Cassius.


#2

Hi @casius, which appliance did you download, vsphere, ovrit,…?
When you try to access the appliance via browser https://ip.of.miq.appliance what do you see?

Also, on the appliance what do you see when you type "systemctl status evmserverd"
If evmserverd is not running, run “journalctl -u evmserverd” to get the reason.


#3

Hi @jprause, I am trying to setup Darga for VMware. When I tried to connect via browser, I received a connection timeout error.

After executed systemctl cmd, I can see that EVM server daemon has been started. Thanks.

Cheers,
Casius.


#4

This is dynamically changed by the application and the apache conf should have updated it to LoadBalance across the multiple UI workers (3000, 3001, 4000, 5000, etc). The files are /etc/httpd/conf.d/manageiq*.conf.

@carbonin Any thoughts here?


#5

Not really, as long as the httpd service is running, I would expect this to work fine.

@casius Can you provide the link to the appliance build you downloaded?


#6

Hi all, I had made a silly mistake. Unlike Bonvinik (where I build from source) that require me to specify port 3000 in the URL, I just realised that this not is needed in Darga appliance. Apologise for my confusion.

I just hope that what I developed in Bonvinik will work in Darga too. Thanks.

Cheers,
Casius.