I've recently installed the Talend Server suite in a CentOS 7 Virtual Machine (within Virtualbox).
Everything went well with the "Easy Install Server" mode except a mongodb script for the dictionnary part at the end of the installation, but it doesn't matter because being one of the last parts it shouldn't impact what has been installed before and also I haven't tried to use it until now.
Then, I've restarted the installation in advanced mode to complete with the last item "Talend Server Services", but Talend Servers didn't transmute "as services".
It's not what I expected, but it isn't what really matters.
So, I've started the TAC, runtime and so on with the following custom script :
#!/bin/sh systemctl stop firewalld sh /opt/Talend-6.5.1/cmdline/start_cmdline.sh #/opt/Talend-6.5.1/jobserver/start_jobserver.sh /opt/Talend-6.5.1/runtime/bin/start sh /opt/Talend-6.5.1/iam/start_iam.sh /opt/Talend-6.5.1/tac/Artifact-Repository-Nexus-V2.14.3-02/nexus-2.14.3-02/bin/nexus start #sh /opt/Talend-6.5.1/esb/zookeeper/bin/zkServer.sh start sh /opt/Talend-6.5.1/tac/start_tac.sh #sh /opt/Talend-6.5.1/logserv/start_logserver.sh
Then, I've declared the runtime in the TAC, but I'm quite annoyed as it stays in a "DOWN" status while all its connection ports are green :
I'm then stuck because I can't deploy my routes and services.
=> How can I update this runtime status ?
I've also declared 2 runtimes in addition which are running in separate VM.
One went UP and the second which is a duplicate except the network address remains DOWN while indicators are also green.
=> How can I fix the DOWN status ? How can I make all my servers UP ?
Your help will be very much appreciated.
Never seen this before. What I would try:
1. Check https://help.talend.com/reader/yo71WQuPW2mckBhb~NDUYw/0c3AfXp9h0wCV48EKAZ1Jw for proper service installation
2. Check logging for runtime and TAC to see if there is some interesting stuff.
3. Disable "Talend Runtime" checkbox to determine if its a Runtime issue or not
switching off the runtime parameter, my server went UP.
But, when I switched it on again, the status got back to DOWN.
It should be a runtime issue as you said.
I found nothing relevant in the runtime log...
Is the container running correctly? Is everything started?
All the services have been launched by tesb:start-all
I can see there are several bundles with a "Resolved" status when I pass the command : list | grep -v Active
How can I fix them ? I tried to stop and start, but they stay as "Resolved".
Is there any error message in TAC log? Which is located in<ServersInstallationPath>\apache-tomcat-XXX\logs.
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