2014-04-07 11:27 AM - edited 2015-12-18 12:24 AM
Hi, I have been running SC server 4.0P1. I upgraded it to 4.1P1 x64 and now I cannot connect on port 8080
Looking in the event log I see the following message when the SnapCreatorServerService starts. Since it seems to be java related, I have upgrade java to the latest version - both 32 and 64 bit. Thanks in advance for the help! Michael.
|Date:||4/7/2014 2:06:05 PM|
Task Category: (100)
Faulting application name: prunsrv.exe, version: 188.8.131.52, time stamp: 0x51543b9d
Faulting module name: jvm.dll, version: 184.108.40.206, time stamp: 0x52b26940
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x00000000001cd148
Faulting process id: 0xe78
Faulting application start time: 0x01cf528bc65720ad
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\NetApp\Snap_Creator_Framework\scServer4.1P1\engine\prunsrv.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\server\jvm.dll
Report Id: 48bebf2b-be7f-11e3-a3a6-005056840025
|<Provider Name="Application Error" />|
|<TimeCreated SystemTime="2014-04-07T18:06:05.000000000Z" />|
Solved! SEE THE SOLUTION
2014-04-07 12:43 PM
Are you saying that this worked fine and then you upgraded to the 64-bit version?
If you open a command prompt and run: java -version I'll guess that the reported version of Java is 32-bit. (64-bit will say 64-bit, otherwise it won't say anything).
If this is the case the issue is that the OS default version of java is 32-bit.
As such Snap Creator is not able to start the 64-bit version.
Change your OS settings so that the 64-bit version is the default version (or even uninstall the 32-bit version if that is an option).
If you want to verify that Java is the issue you can open a command prompt and change to the directory where Snap Creator is installed.
Change to the engine subdirectory and run the command: java -jar snapcreator.jar
The error should be displayed on screen.
Please let us know if you need additional help.
2014-04-07 01:23 PM
I know that I was on 4.0P1 and I ‘m pretty certain it was 64bit. I upgraded to 4.1P1 64bit. I did what you suggested and uninstalled the 32 bit version of java. No luck. I still get this error in my application event log and cannot connect to port 8080. Thanks! Here is the output from the cmd prompt when running the java –jar command:
C:\Program Files\Netapp\Snap_Creator_Framework\scServer4.1P1\engine>java -jar snapcreator.jar
Starting Derby Server
Starting Jetty Server on port: 8443
2014-04-07 16:20:12.251:INFO:oejdp.ScanningAppProvidereployment monitor C:\Program Files\Netapp\Snap_Creator_Framework
\scServer4.1P1\engine\wars at interval 1
2014-04-07 16:20:12.251:INFO:oejd.DeploymentManagereployable added: C:\Program Files\Netapp\Snap_Creator_Framework\scS
2014-04-07 16:20:14.825:INFO:oejw.StandardDescriptorProcessor:NO JSP Support for /ui, did not find org.apache.jasper.ser
2014-04-07 16:20:14.903:INFO:oejd.DeploymentManagereployable added: C:\Program Files\Netapp\Snap_Creator_Framework\scS
2014-04-07 16:20:16.588:INFO:oejw.StandardDescriptorProcessor:NO JSP Support for /services, did not find org.apache.jasp
2014-04-07 16:20:16.619:INFO:services:Initializing Spring root WebApplicationContext
16:20:23,966 ERROR SchemaUpdate:235 - HHH000388: Unsuccessful: create sequence hibernate_sequence start with 1 in
crement by 1
16:20:23,966 ERROR SchemaUpdate:236 - Sequence 'HIBERNATE_SEQUENCE' already exists.
Property file changed, updating property object.
SSLv2Hello, SSLv3, TLSv1, TLSv1.1, TLSv1.2]
2014-04-07 16:20:35.495:INFO:oejs.AbstractConnector:Started SslSocketConnector@0.0.0.0:8443
Jetty Server started on port: 8443
2014-04-07 01:35 PM
One of the big changes from Snap Creator 4.0 to Snap Creator 4.1 is that we enabled HTTPS communications for Snap Creator.
As such you have to use a HTTPS port - the default is 8443.
I do not think we can use port 8080 as it is a HTTP port.
Looking at the above output it looks like Snap Creator connected on port 8443 since 8080 was not an option.
Can you try accessing Snap Creator on 8443?
You may need to change the port where Snap Creator runs.
You can stop Snap Creator, then go to the Snap Creator installation directory and into the engine/etc subdirectory.
If you are using the defaults this would be:
edit the snapcreator.properties file
Change this line:
To reflect whatever port you want to use that is a HTTPS supported port. The port also needs to be available for use.
Save the file and start the Snap Creator service.
Hope this helps!
2014-04-07 01:51 PM
Aw .. Ok. It looks like I’m in business. I’m used to connecting on port 8080 so kept trying that. I read the install doc, but not change notes and didn’t see anything about the change to https. I saw during the install, it was defaulting to 8443, but I thought that was what the agent used perhaps. I did try connecting on 8443 anyway, but didn’t thing to try https especially since even the documentation I saw, it talked about connecting on 8080.
In any case, I copied my config files back in and kicked off a job which just completed successfully. What a relief!
Thanks for the help.