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Changed IP address to an aliase

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Mon Jun 30, 2014 6:39 am Change Time Zone

Dear Team,

Recently we created an alias for LINUX machine where HPCCSystem is installed.
I am not able to access ESP from the time alias was created.
I tried by accessing using IP http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:8010/ and also using http://alias:8010. In any case I am not able to access ESP and not able to login to ECL IDE.

Please help me to resolve that.
rajesh.dorairaj
 
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Mon Jun 30, 2014 6:48 am Change Time Zone

This sounds like a network configuration issue.

If you are unable to access ECL Watch via http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:8010/ then I would:
1. Check ESP is started
2. Check you can access ECL Watch on the same machine as ESP (http://localhost:8010/)
3. Double check the IP address for ESP (it may have changed when you changed the alias?).
4. On the remote machine do a "tracert" to the IP address (this will ensure your network connectivity allows you to access the remote machine).
5. Ensure there is no firewalls preventing access to the IP:PORT adddress

Once you have regained access to http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:8010/ then I would look at testing the alias.

Note: If you can't access ECL Watch in the web browser, then the IDE will NOT be able to access the WebServices either (IOW get the browser working first).
gsmith
 
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Mon Jun 30, 2014 6:59 am Change Time Zone

Hi Smith,
I tried accessing ECL Watch on the same machine as ESP (http://localhost:8010/). It didn't work.
Could you please let me know on how to check whether ESP has started.
rajesh.dorairaj
 
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Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:00 am Change Time Zone

To check if its running:
sudo service hpcc-init status

To Start
sudo service hpcc-init start
gsmith
 
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Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:07 am Change Time Zone

Hi Smith,
Thanks!
My bad, all the services were stopped. Once I started, I am able to access with alias name and also with IP address.
Thanks for your suggestion.
rajesh.dorairaj
 
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