On a clean install of FMS18, fresh install of Mojave, web publishing will not run. I initially addressed the problem by wiping the Mac-mini hard drive and reinstalling OS X Mojave 10.14.6. (Mac mini is 2018 model with 16gb RAM and >400gb free HD space.) Then installed FMS 18.0.4. Installed the certificate and the Java JDK 8 update 242. Files accessed by FM Pro work fine, with green lock and normal behavior. WebDirect called from browser on the server using http://127.0.0.1/fmi/webd refuses to connect (with Chrome 81 and Safari 12.1). WebDirect over the local network refuses to work, too. FMS Admin console shows no problem. WPE.log shows no errors. Activity Monitor shows all FMS processes running, including fmscwpc.
stderr.log has this code that seems to indicate a problem:
INFO: Initializing AtmosphereFramework May 18, 2020 10:07:38 AM org.apache.jasper.servlet.TldScanner scanJars INFO: At least one JAR was scanned for TLDs yet contained no TLDs. Enable debug logging for this logger for a complete list of JARs that were scanned but no TLDs were found in them. Skipping unneeded JARs during scanning can improve startup time and JSP compilation time. May 18, 2020 10:07:38 AM org.atmosphere.cpr.AtmosphereFramework addAtmosphereHandler The address org.atmosphere.cpr.AtmosphereFramework makes a lot of entries into that log.
Anyone able to decipher this or offer advice?
The problem seems similar to this post:
Last fall, xochi posted that v.18.0.3 included a fix to intermittent failures of Apache: "sometimes after a reboot on macOS, the apache / httpd server fails to start up. As a result, FMPro works fine, but WebDirect will be dead, and there's no notifications" The release notes on 18.0.3 do note a fix for it as an intermittent problem.
But it happens to this machine all the time. After completely fresh install!
HI all - I have two folders inside of the Databases folder which contain numerous files - these are DepotMaestro and TCM. I am trying to setup backup schedules for each of the subfolders.
The path I am using is for the subfolder is:
Both show the Not A Valid Path error.
What am I doing wrong?
By john renfrew
Have copied a shell script which works in other settings onto a new machine
Changes paths - it zips a backup folder and does a ditto command to copy as a zip file to an external drive
I worked out that I needed to change the sudoers file to allow no password access to the script. Running the shell script in terminal was requiring a password, now it doesn't
Added the fmserver user to that too.
If I run the sh script from the admin console as fmserver it fails straight away, if I run it as the local user with its password it appears to run but in fact times out with a fail message, both of which are about invalid account name or password
The script is working fine when run through terminal, doe not require password, just not when triggered from console.
Does anyone have any light to shine on this???
By Agnes Riley
I'm getting "The file "" could not be opened. Either the host is unavailable, or the file is not available on that host."
This happens when a script runs. Not a new server, no new files. The file is actually open in the background. The file reference is just "file:".
I restarted the server. Didn't fix it.
It's apparently intermittent. I copied all the script steps to a new script, then it worked 3 times, but couldn't find the file for the 4th time.
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