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Re: almost there: "Got Node Unavailable Exception"...



Hey Dmitry--
First off, hats off to you for doing this legwork. However, you may be working with a version of OpenShift Origin that is no longer supported! Looking over your previous e-mails, I think you are doing all of this with Origin M3. However, we are up to Origin M4 now; it was released in July:

https://www.openshift.com/blogs/announcing-the-release-of-openshift-origin-v4

Is there a specific reason that you are using M3? If not, you should head over to https://install.openshift.com/ and start working against the M4 repo:

http://mirror.openshift.com/pub/openshift/release/4/

Cheers,
Harrison

> On Sep 18, 2014, at 11:06, Dmitry Makovey <dmitry athabascau ca> wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> After all my adventures yesterday (I am still unsure about proper fix
> for the libhttp_parser.so...) I finally got things working by the end of
> the day.
> 
> Today I have found old ML reference
> (http://lists.openshift.redhat.com/openshift-archives/dev/2014-March/msg00002.html)
> to the same issue that was resolved with install of http-parser and
> libuv. I have done that. However after reboot of the server I can't even
> get to the app creation page, getting "Maintenance in progress" and in
> the logs:
> 
> 
> ==> /var/log/openshift/broker/production.log <==
> 2014-09-18 08:49:25.296 [ERROR] Got Node Unavailable Exception (pid:1931)
> 2014-09-18 08:49:25.296 [ERROR] Reference ID:
> 5dd6425af66d3128a77b9a19e34de2c7 - No nodes available
> 
> looking closer it sounds like system can't report cartridges installed (
> ??? )
> 
> This is what oo-accept* tools report:
> 
> [root foo ~]# oo-accept-broker
> NOTICE: SELinux is Enforcing
> NOTICE: SELinux is  Enforcing
> FAIL: Did not get expected HTTP 200 response from
> https://localhost/broker/rest/cartridges
> 1 ERRORS
> [root foo ~]# oo-accept-node
> PASS
> [root foo ~]# oo-accept-systems
> FAIL: No node hosts responded. Run 'oo-mco ping' and troubleshoot if
> this is unexpected.
> 1 ERRORS
> [root foo ~]# oo-mco ping
> foo.myorg.com                  time=113.60 ms
> foo.myorg.com                  time=114.62 ms
> 
> 
> ---- ping statistics ----
> 2 replies max: 114.62 min: 113.60 avg: 114.11
> [root foo ~]#
> 
> Also - before leaving last night I had *ALL* tools passing with flying
> colors.
> 
> -- 
> Dmitry Makovey
> Web Systems Administrator
> Athabasca University
> (780) 675-6245
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