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fail to run Universal binaries for Linux

Posted by Juan Cabrera at May 30. 2011

Hi Salome users

 

I downloaded the "Universal binaries for Linux" and follow the instructions:

"This runtime packages do not need any installation. Just extract the archive and execute runSalome script"

But it does not work. It seems to be something related to omniNames

Somebody has an idea?

 

Thanks

 

Juan

 

[local1@localhost Salome-V5_1_5_32bit]$ runSalome
ROOT_SALOME: /home/local1/Salome-V5_1_5_32bit/SALOME5/V5_1_5
Loading environnement for python 2.4
CHECK /home/local1
Searching for free port for the SALOME Naming Service: 2810 - Ok
Configure parser: Warning : could not find user configuration file
runSalome running on localhost.localdomain
Configure parser: Warning : could not find user configuration file
Searching for a free port for naming service: 2810 - OK
Searching Naming Service +Cannot open error log file: /tmp/logs/local1/omniNames_2810/omniNameErrors.log

usage: omniNames [-start [<port>]]
                 [-always]
                 [-logdir <directory name>]
                 [-nohostname]
                 [-errlog <file name>]
                 [-ignoreport]
                 [-help]
                 [<omniORB-options>...]

Use -start option to start omniNames for the first time.
With no <port> argument, the standard default of 2809 is used.

Use -always in conjunction with -start to always start omniNames, regardless
of whether the log/data files already exist.

Use -logdir option to specify the directory where the log/data files are kept.

You can also set the environment variable OMNINAMES_LOGDIR to specify the
directory where the log/data files are kept.

Use -nohostname to suppress the inclusion of the hostname in the log files.

Use -errlog option to specify where standard error output is redirected.

Use -ignoreport option to ignore the port specification when determining
the end points to listen on, using -ORBendPoint arguments instead.

To publish a specific IP address to clients, use
 -ORBendPointPublish giop:tcp:<address>:
+++++++++Failed to narrow the root naming context
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/local1/Salome-V5_1_5_32bit/SALOME5/V5_1_5/KERNEL_V5_1_5/bin/salome/runSalome.py", line 608, in useSalome
    clt = startSalome(args, modules_list, modules_root_dir)
  File "/home/local1/Salome-V5_1_5_32bit/SALOME5/V5_1_5/KERNEL_V5_1_5/bin/salome/runSalome.py", line 408, in startSalome
    clt=orbmodule.client(args)
  File "/home/local1/Salome-V5_1_5_32bit/SALOME5/V5_1_5/KERNEL_V5_1_5/bin/salome/orbmodule.py", line 49, in __init__
    self.initNS(args or {})
  File "/home/local1/Salome-V5_1_5_32bit/SALOME5/V5_1_5/KERNEL_V5_1_5/bin/salome/orbmodule.py", line 82, in initNS
    sys.exit(1)
SystemExit: 1


--- Error during Salome launch ---
>>>

Re: fail to run Universal binaries for Linux

Posted by Erwan ADAM at May 30. 2011

Previously Juan Cabrera wrote:

Hi Salome users

 

I downloaded the "Universal binaries for Linux" and follow the instructions:

"This runtime packages do not need any installation. Just extract the archive and execute runSalome script"

But it does not work. It seems to be something related to omniNames

Somebody has an idea?

 

Thanks

 

Juan

 

[local1@localhost Salome-V5_1_5_32bit]$ runSalome
ROOT_SALOME: /home/local1/Salome-V5_1_5_32bit/SALOME5/V5_1_5
Loading environnement for python 2.4
CHECK /home/local1
Searching for free port for the SALOME Naming Service: 2810 - Ok
Configure parser: Warning : could not find user configuration file
runSalome running on localhost.localdomain
Configure parser: Warning : could not find user configuration file
Searching for a free port for naming service: 2810 - OK
Searching Naming Service +Cannot open error log file: /tmp/logs/local1/omniNames_2810/omniNameErrors.log

What is the output of :

ls -ld /tmp/logs
and
ls -l /tmp/logs
please ?

Re: fail to run Universal binaries for Linux

Posted by Juan Cabrera at May 30. 2011

[local1@localhost ~]$ ls -ld /tmp/logs

drwxrwxrwx 3 root root 4.0K May 30 10:56 /tmp/logs

 

[local1@localhost ~]$ ls -l /tmp/logs

total 4.0K

drwxrwxrwx 4 root root 4.0K May 30 15:16 local1

 

Re: fail to run Universal binaries for Linux

Posted by Aniruddha Joshi at September 27. 2011

Hello All,

I am also facing the similar problem.

Please let me know how to fix this.

 

Regards,

Aniruddha

 

 

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