/usr/sbin/oo-admin-cartridge --recursive -a install -s /usr/libexec/openshift/cartridges/
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This does not seem to be working out.
I installed the openshift-origin-cartridge-mysql package via yum.
OO still does not show mysql as an available database.
I removed the mariadb cartridge package, thinking there was a conflict
Still no improvement, in fact, this did not remove mariadb from the
available datbase cartridge list even.
Can i somehow change the dependencies for drupal/wordpress to use
maria instead of mysql? That seems like the right fix here.
On 11/21/2013 07:38 AM, Lager, Nathan T. wrote:
> I had a hunch that was the problem. Thanks. I'll try that.
> Juanje Ojeda Croissier <juanje ojeda gmail com> wrote:
> That has happened to me as well. Check if you have the Mysql
> cartridge installed. In the default installation it did install me
> the Mariadb one, but no the Mysql one, so when I tried to create an
> app with the Wordpress it didn't match the requisites (Mysql).
> I installed the mysql cartridge package and it started to be
> I hope this help you.
> On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:11 PM, Lager, Nathan T.
> <lagern lafayette edu>wrote:
>> Update (yea, already), turns out that its not _all_ quickstarts,
>> maybe just PHP based quickstarts. I just made a django
>> application no problem (which is of course python).
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Nathan T. Lager" <lagern lafayette edu> To:
>>> users lists openshift redhat com Sent: Thursday, November 21,
>>> 2013 7:07:57 AM Subject: Openshift Origin, cant create apps
>>> based on quickstarts.
>>> So, i just flattened my OO intall on CentOS 6.4, in favor of a
>> install on
>>> FC19. What a difference this made in the install, much
>>> smoother. I
>>> have known. ;) Anyway, It seems that I can now create
>> based on
>>> standard gears, like, php, jenkins, things like that, but if i
>>> try to
>>> anything based on a quickstart (i.e., anything found in
>>> /etc/openshift/quickstarts.json), I cant submit the new
>>> appliction form!
>>> I havent found any errors in any logs, yet, im still digging.
>>> But it
>>> like this:
>>> Click on the add application button from the applications tab
>>> logged in
>>> the OO web interface. Select Wordpress (or drupal, or cake, or
>>> anything ive tried so far thats
>>> quickstart) Enter a name (cloud domain is already filled in).
>>> Change nothing else, click create application
>>> sometimes, it balks at the name i chose. This time i left the
>>> name at
>>> default it auto-filled "php" and it hilighted it, but didnt
>> tell me
>>> there was a problem with the name. So i changed it to something
>>> else, and now when i click create appliction, it simply does
>>> nothing. No error, no action, to load time, just as if i had
>>> not clicked on the button.
>>> What could this be?
>>> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Nathan Lager,
>>> RHCSA, RHCE, RHCVA (#110-011-426) System Administrator 11
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