Jon Whittington | 2 Apr 21:23 2007

RHEL4 installation

Hi,

 

I am installing as a proof of concept on a RHEL ES4 u4 server.

 

All dependencies are built – however I am running into an issue with opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm install.

 

rpm –i opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm

 

returns the following:

 

warning: opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 4c4cbbd9

error: Failed dependencies:

        tomcat4 >= 4.1.18 is needed by opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386

 

I have installed Tomcat 4.1.34 in my preferred location ‘/opt/tomcat’

 

I thought this would be an issue with environment variables so I set the following in catalina.sh

 

JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.5.0_11

CATALINA_HOME="/opt/tomcat"

 

However this has not resolved the issue.  Has anyone run into this issue, or have suggestions for a work around?

 

Cheers,

 

Jon Whittington

 

 

 


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Les Mikesell | 2 Apr 21:36 2007
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Re: RHEL4 installation

Jon Whittington wrote:
> 
> I am installing as a proof of concept on a RHEL ES4 u4 server.
> 
> All dependencies are built – however I am running into an issue with 
> opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm install.
> 
> rpm –i opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm
> 
> returns the following:
> 
> warning: opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, 
> key ID 4c4cbbd9
> 
> error: Failed dependencies:
>         tomcat4 >= 4.1.18 is needed by opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386
> 
> I have installed Tomcat 4.1.34 in my preferred location ‘/opt/tomcat’
> 

That's an RPM dependency.  Did you install tomcat as an rpm?

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zheng Liu | 3 Apr 09:55 2007
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Re: RHEL4 installation

Hello les Mikesell,
 
You must have tomcat 4.1.18 or above version.
If you still have this error. You will try this command:
 
rpm –i opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm --nodeps
 
You can find more information about --nodeps switch in man page of rpm(so just man rpm).
I hopes it helps.
 
Regards,
Liu Zheng


 
2007/4/3, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell <at> gmail.com>:
Jon Whittington wrote:
>
> I am installing as a proof of concept on a RHEL ES4 u4 server.
>
> All dependencies are built – however I am running into an issue with
> opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm install.
>
> rpm –i opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm
>
> returns the following:
>
> warning: opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY,
> key ID 4c4cbbd9
>
> error: Failed dependencies:
>         tomcat4 >= 4.1.18 is needed by opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386
>
> I have installed Tomcat 4.1.34 in my preferred location '/opt/tomcat'
>

That's an RPM dependency.  Did you install tomcat as an rpm?

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Jon Whittington | 3 Apr 16:15 2007

Re: RHEL4 installation

Thank you for stating the obvious!  I can’t believe I didn’t try the –nodeps before posting!

 

Up and running now – I have an issue with the Asset search now, but will post with a different heading.

 

Cheers,

 

Jon Whittington

 

 

 

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Subject: Re: [opennms-install] RHEL4 installation

 

Hello les Mikesell,

 

You must have tomcat 4.1.18 or above version.

If you still have this error. You will try this command

 

rpm –i opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm --nodeps

 

You can find more information about --nodeps switch in man page of rpm(so just man rpm).

I hopes it helps.

 

Regards,

Liu Zheng



 

2007/4/3, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell <at> gmail.com>:

Jon Whittington wrote:
>
> I am installing as a proof of concept on a RHEL ES4 u4 server.
>
> All dependencies are built – however I am running into an issue with
> opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm install.
>
> rpm –i opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm
>
> returns the following:
>
> warning: opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY,
> key ID 4c4cbbd9
>
> error: Failed dependencies:
>         tomcat4 >= 4.1.18 is needed by opennms-webapp-1.2.9-1_rhel4.i386
>
> I have installed Tomcat 4.1.34 in my preferred location '/opt/tomcat'
>

That's an RPM dependency.  Did you install tomcat as an rpm?

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Jon Whittington | 3 Apr 16:33 2007

Re: Search Asset Information java error

Error:  java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Column "category" is not a valid column name

 

I have run into this issue as well.  I also went through and verified with the installer that the DB was setup correctly.

 

I didn’t find a response to Jim’s e-mail in Nov.

 

I have gone ahead and modified one of my hosts asset information and included a category name (simply “servers”).  This went into the DB ok, as I can pull up the asset information from the node “assets – modify” page.  But the error is still thrown when attempting to search from the root Asset Inventory page.

 

Thanks in advance for any help.

 

Cheers,

 

Jon Whittington

 

 

[opennms-install] Search Asset Information java error

From: Jim Carroll <jim.carroll <at> gm...> - 2006-11-25 19:23
Attachments: HTML-Email.html     

I ran into this while in the Search Asset Information page. In the Assets
in Category menu, I selected "Unix Servers" (although it doesn't matter
which value I select) and end up with this on the next page:

java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Column "category" is not a valid column name


[extra lines snipped]

 

 


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Tarus Balog | 3 Apr 21:31 2007

Re: Search Asset Information java error


On Apr 3, 2007, at 10:33 AM, Jon Whittington wrote:

> Column "category" is not a valid column name

Is it along the lines of this?

http://bugzilla.opennms.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1694

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Benjamin Standefer | 4 Apr 00:23 2007

How to get OpenNMS in the correct time zone

I recently installed OpenNMS and noticed that the times on the graphs were 1 hour behind, even though the
system time (I am running Debian Etch) was correct.  I wrote a small Java program to see what Java thought the
time was.  The system time was listed in PDT, and the Java time was 1 hour behind because it was in PST.  After
installing the tzupdate for Java (which I don't think I needed to do since I was using 1.5), the time was
still not corrected.

To have the correct time in OpenNMS (and Java in general, I suppose), see if /etc/localtime is symlinked to
anything.  Mine wasn't.  Once I created a symlink to my time zone and restarted all Java programs (Tomcat,
OpenNMS), all was well.  This is the command to create the symlink.  Be sure you search around
/usr/share/zoneinfo to find the proper time zone.

ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/Los_Angeles /etc/localtime

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Tarus Balog | 4 Apr 16:41 2007

Re: How to get OpenNMS in the correct time zone


On Apr 3, 2007, at 6:23 PM, Benjamin Standefer wrote:

> I recently installed OpenNMS and noticed that the times on the  
> graphs were 1 hour behind, even though the system time (I am  
> running Debian Etch) was correct.  I wrote a small Java program to  
> see what Java thought the time was.  The system time was listed in  
> PDT, and the Java time was 1 hour behind because it was in PST.   
> After installing the tzupdate for Java (which I don't think I  
> needed to do since I was using 1.5), the time was still not corrected.

Thanks for the tip.

What release of Java 1.5? You need at least update 6.

-T

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Timothy Selivanow | 4 Apr 19:20 2007

Re: How to get OpenNMS in the correct time zone

My test machine was running 1.4.2_12 (JPackage RPM), and the time was
still incorrect (while the production was correct, using said version).
It was not corrected after rebooting the machine (and other funness)
either; I had to install 1.4.2_13 to correct it.

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On Apr 3, 2007, at 6:23 PM, Benjamin Standefer wrote:

> I recently installed OpenNMS and noticed that the times on the  
> graphs were 1 hour behind, even though the system time (I am  
> running Debian Etch) was correct.  I wrote a small Java program to  
> see what Java thought the time was.  The system time was listed in  
> PDT, and the Java time was 1 hour behind because it was in PST.   
> After installing the tzupdate for Java (which I don't think I  
> needed to do since I was using 1.5), the time was still not corrected.

Thanks for the tip.

What release of Java 1.5? You need at least update 6.

-T

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Benjamin Standefer | 6 Apr 01:07 2007

Re: How to get OpenNMS in the correct time zone (Tarus Balog)

Tarus - this is the version of Java I was using.  I also ran the tzupdate tool, but not sure if that helped fix the
problem or it was just the symlink that needed to be created.

java version "1.5.0_10"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_10-b03)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 1.5.0_10-b03, mixed mode)

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On Apr 3, 2007, at 10:33 AM, Jon Whittington wrote:

> Column "category" is not a valid column name

Is it along the lines of this?

http://bugzilla.opennms.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1694

-T

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Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2007 15:23:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: Benjamin Standefer <bstandefer <at> digg.com>
Subject: [opennms-install] How to get OpenNMS in the correct time zone
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I recently installed OpenNMS and noticed that the times on the graphs were 1 hour behind, even though the
system time (I am running Debian Etch) was correct.  I wrote a small Java program to see what Java thought the
time was.  The system time was listed in PDT, and the Java time was 1 hour behind because it was in PST.  After
installing the tzupdate for Java (which I don't think I needed to do since I was using 1.5), the time was
still not corrected.

To have the correct time in OpenNMS (and Java in general, I suppose), see if /etc/localtime is symlinked to
anything.  Mine wasn't.  Once I created a symlink to my time zone and restarted all Java programs (Tomcat,
OpenNMS), all was well.  This is the command to create the symlink.  Be sure you search around
/usr/share/zoneinfo to find the proper time zone.

ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/Los_Angeles /etc/localtime

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Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 10:41:44 -0400
From: Tarus Balog <tarus <at> opennms.org>
Subject: Re: [opennms-install] How to get OpenNMS in the correct time
	zone
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On Apr 3, 2007, at 6:23 PM, Benjamin Standefer wrote:

> I recently installed OpenNMS and noticed that the times on the  
> graphs were 1 hour behind, even though the system time (I am  
> running Debian Etch) was correct.  I wrote a small Java program to  
> see what Java thought the time was.  The system time was listed in  
> PDT, and the Java time was 1 hour behind because it was in PST.   
> After installing the tzupdate for Java (which I don't think I  
> needed to do since I was using 1.5), the time was still not corrected.

Thanks for the tip.

What release of Java 1.5? You need at least update 6.

-T

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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 10:20:46 -0700
From: "Timothy Selivanow" <timothys <at> easystreet.com>
Subject: Re: [opennms-install] How to get OpenNMS in the correct time
	zone
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My test machine was running 1.4.2_12 (JPackage RPM), and the time was
still incorrect (while the production was correct, using said version).
It was not corrected after rebooting the machine (and other funness)
either; I had to install 1.4.2_13 to correct it.

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Sent: Wednesday, 04 April, 2007 07:42
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Subject: Re: [opennms-install] How to get OpenNMS in the correct time
zone

On Apr 3, 2007, at 6:23 PM, Benjamin Standefer wrote:

> I recently installed OpenNMS and noticed that the times on the  
> graphs were 1 hour behind, even though the system time (I am  
> running Debian Etch) was correct.  I wrote a small Java program to  
> see what Java thought the time was.  The system time was listed in  
> PDT, and the Java time was 1 hour behind because it was in PST.   
> After installing the tzupdate for Java (which I don't think I  
> needed to do since I was using 1.5), the time was still not corrected.

Thanks for the tip.

What release of Java 1.5? You need at least update 6.

-T

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