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  1. #1
    mosquito Guest

    Question Get stuck when starting open-xchange-groupware deamon

    Hello,
    when I try to start open-xchange-groupware deamon, my shell looks like this
    Code:
    Startka:~# /opt/open-xchange/sbin/open-xchange-groupware
    /opt/open-xchange ~
    also I copied /tmp/open-xchange/etc/init.d/open-xchange-groupware to /etc/init.d/ and /etc/default and when I try "/etc/init.d/open-xchange-groupware start" it shows this error: unautorize access to memory (SIGSEGV).
    I can load the start page ox.html, when I try login as oxadmin a stuck on "40% Rebuild Tree... Please wait...".
    I'm including the /var/log/open-xchange.log.0 file.
    Thanks in advance for any help!
    Tomas
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    Hi,

    Log looks fine so far. Please check js/global.js in your wwwroot. I noticed some "<<<<<<<<<<<<<" strings in it which block the gui initialization process in the browser. Those com.openexchange.admin.ajax.* exceptions at the beginning of the log are not critical, they just tell you that the admin gui plugins are not yet loaded because they are not yet on the cvs.
    Note that the GUI is independent from the daemon as long as you enter no credentials, this is not a open-xchange-groupware daemon problem.
    Last edited by Martin Heiland; 07-05-2007 at 10:39 PM.

  3. #3
    mosquito Guest

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    I don't see any "<<<<<<" strings in my globals.js file, anyway I'm including it.
    Thanks
    Tomas
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    Mh, ok then this error is fixed in CVS. Does some kind of JS error occur when loading the page? Try firebug (www.getfirebug.com) which is a nice debugging tool for js/html/css.

  5. #5
    mosquito Guest

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    I downloaded the new source files for open-xchange, admindeamon and GUI from CVS, build them and now I'm geting 503 error, service temporarily unavailable, when I'm trying to log in.. It doesn't seems to be any JS error on the login page.

  6. #6
    mosquito Guest

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    Sorry, now I see the error on login page
    Code:
    split has no properties
    makeSplitCallback(undefined, " bottom ", false)global.js (line 3133)
    initAll2(login())global.js (line 3227)
    (no name)()global.js (line 2361)
    alt()global.js (line 162)
    (no name)()global.js (line 2379)
    [Break on this error] var parent = split.parentNode;
    Last edited by mosquito; 07-06-2007 at 12:47 AM.

  7. #7
    curVV Guest

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    Hi, I'm having same problem:

    Code:
    root@fsn-org-xc:/var/log/open-xchange# /opt/open-xchange/sbin/open-xchange-groupware
    /opt/open-xchange /var/log/open-xchange
    I see some AJAX errors in the open-xchange.log.0 file. don't really know what it all means. please have a look....
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    Hi,

    those ajax errors are about the missing classes for the admin gui which is not yet available at the public CVS. But these warnings do not create any problems from my experience, they are just missing plugins.

    The posted logfile does not show up anything critical as far as i can see.

    curVV, are you able to access the servlets? Just try to browse to:

    http://your-server/servlet/webdav.version

    This should bring up some WebDAV information, if it brings up some kind of 503 or 404 error there's a problem with the apache configuration (mod_jk)

  9. #9
    curVV Guest

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    Hi MArtin,

    No, I can't access http://my-server/servlet/webdav.version - it times out.

    After open-xchange installation i cannot acces root of server at http://my-server

    Apache works though, as I get a "It Work's" at http://my-server/apache2-default/
    Last edited by curVV; 07-25-2007 at 08:01 AM.

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    The open-xchange installer does not change anything at you apache configuration. The Build process of the GUI just copies the GUI to /var/www by default after building it. I suppose this is something distribution specific and you should start by debugging services like apache/modjk and so on. Please make sure that tomcat is not running when using open-xchange.

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