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From Maxim Solodovnik <solomax...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problems with installation / How to completely remove OM
Date Tue, 15 Jan 2013 15:29:02 GMT
Openneetings db users table
On Jan 15, 2013 9:42 PM, "Rene' Rosenbaum" <rene@meecoda.de> wrote:

>  Well, mine is 6 chars long ... shouldn't be a problem, should it?
> Any idea where to find the user details (account, name, etc.) in the db?
> So I might have the chance to verify the entered credentials.
> regards,
> Rene'
>
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> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ +++ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
>  On 1/15/2013 3:22 PM, Maxim Solodovnik wrote:
>
> This might be caused by invalid username password: should be 5 chars long
> if I'm not mistaken
> On Jan 15, 2013 9:11 PM, "Rene' Rosenbaum" <rene@meecoda.de> wrote:
>
>>  Hi Maxim,
>> yes, this works ... it reveals 47745 entries.
>>
>> However, I guess, I've found the issue (and came right across another
>> one). FLASH WAS THE PROBLEM, and I had to install the right PlugIn (only
>> Adobe works with OM2 under Debian) first. Now OM is up and running.
>>
>> Next problem: However, I can't logIn the system right at the first
>> dialog. It always says "Username not found" even when I use the
>> username/pwd combo specified during installation. I inspected the
>> db-tables, but the "users"-table is empty. ???
>>
>> Does someone know how to create a new user without being logged in? I
>> tried the admin.sh-Skript (admin.sh -i -user rene), but it produced the
>> following error:
>>
>> >Setting default logging context: default
>> >[ERROR] [main] org.openmeetings.cli.Admin - Install failed null
>>
>> Someone any idea what this might be or how I can add a user another way?
>>
>> Thanks a lot for all the help so far,
>> Rene'
>>
>> ~~~~~~~*Dr.-Ing. Rene' RosenbaummeeCoda* IT-Consulting and Services
>>  ~: Neue Reihe 15, 18182 Goorstorf, Germany
>>  #: ++49-(0)-1781408041
>>  @: info@meecoda.de
>> //: www.meecoda.de
>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ +++ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>>
>>  On 1/12/2013 6:15 AM, Maxim Solodovnik wrote:
>>
>> Try the following DB query on your DB:
>>
>>  mysql> select count(*) from fieldlanguagesvalues;
>> +----------+
>> | count(*) |
>> +----------+
>> |    49120 |
>> +----------+
>> 1 row in set (0.18 sec)
>>
>>
>>  if it is OK: have ~50K records, please check openmeetings log to have
>> any exception stack traces
>>
>>
>> On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 4:26 AM, Rene' Rosenbaum <rene@meecoda.de> wrote:
>>
>>>  Hi all,
>>> I just read the mail from Alexei to the "OM hangs thread" and like to
>>> add that I did not find any "out of memory" or "kill" traces in the
>>> openmeetings.log.
>>> Have a good one,
>>>
>>> Rene'
>>>
>>>  ~~~~~~~*Dr.-Ing. Rene' RosenbaummeeCoda* IT-Consulting and Services
>>>  ~: Neue Reihe 15, 18182 Goorstorf, Germany
>>>  #: ++49-(0)-1781408041
>>>  @: info@meecoda.de
>>> //: www.meecoda.de
>>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ +++ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>>>
>>>   On 1/11/2013 10:20 PM, Rene' Rosenbaum wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Stephan,
>>> alright! I dropped the db, removed the old red5 directory, and used a
>>> fresh OM2/red5 installation. I also extended some file/directory
>>> permissions for the files added (newest mysql connector, jod, etc.).
>>> I was able to start red5 and to access and do the installation using the
>>> web interface. However, after starting OM (after successful installation,
>>> 48 table were created in db) the upcoming page remains empty (loading
>>> status: done). The same happens when I directly call the different
>>> maindebug*-files and sipindex.html.
>>> I checked the logs, but was not able to find an indicator for some
>>> problems. The error.log remains empty.
>>> Is there anything I might check in order to isolate the problem?
>>> Thanks for your help!
>>> Rene'
>>>
>>> ~~~~~~~*Dr.-Ing. Rene' RosenbaummeeCoda* IT-Consulting and Services
>>>  ~: Neue Reihe 15, 18182 Goorstorf, Germany
>>>  #: ++49-(0)-1781408041
>>>  @: info@meecoda.de
>>> //: www.meecoda.de
>>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ +++ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>>>
>>>  On 1/11/2013 5:12 PM, Stephen Cottham wrote:
>>>
>>>  If you want to completely reinstall you simply need to drop the
>>> database from mysql and remove the following folder:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> /usr/lib/red5
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Best Regards
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>>  *From:* Rene' Rosenbaum [mailto:rene@meecoda.de <rene@meecoda.de>]
>>> *Sent:* 11 January 2013 16:02
>>> *To:* openmeetings-user@incubator.apache.org
>>> *Subject:* Problems with installation / How to completely remove OM
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Hi all,
>>> following one of the recent installation how-tos for OM2 (
>>> https://cwiki.apache.org/OPENMEETINGS/tutorials-related-to-openmeetings.data/Installing%20OM2.x%20On%20Debian64%20-%20Headless.pdf),
>>> I encountered some problems which I can't solve myself (and for which I
>>> haven't found a solution in the net). Let me first state the context, then
>>> what I did:
>>>
>>> OS: Debian  6.0.6
>>> OM: apache-openmeetings-incubating-2.0.0.r1361497-14-07-2012_1108.tar.gz<http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/incubator/openmeetings/2.0-incubating/apache-openmeetings-incubating-2.0.0.r1361497-14-07-2012_1108.tar.gz>(pre-compiled)
>>>
>>> What I did:
>>> - Downloaded, compiled, and installed all of the libraries and programs
>>> extending the functionality of OM (e.g., SWF, FFMpeg, etc.)
>>> - Downloaded and configured red5 with mySQL support as described
>>> - started red5 without any problems
>>> - installed openmeetings without any (visible) problems (installation
>>> successful)
>>> - started the application via the link shown on "installation
>>> successful" page (or http://localhost:5080/openmeetings/)
>>> - Problem: the application loads forever, and I never reach the
>>> login-dialog, no db tables where created in OM db
>>>
>>> Tried problem solutions
>>> 1. in my initial configuration I forgot to set the right
>>> (mysql-)persistence-file, so I stopped red5 -> set the right file and
>>> permissions -> started red5
>>> -> db tables where created, but the problem persisted. Now I got the
>>> message that "OpenMeetings - Loading ... The server is not yet completely
>>> initialized. ...".
>>>
>>> 2. I tried to re-install OM by:
>>> - deleting all created tables from the db
>>> -> I got the message that "OpenMeetings - Loading ... The server is not
>>> yet completely initialized. ...". No db-tables, after another try to call
>>> install page, were created
>>>
>>> 3. I tried to re-install OM by:
>>> - using a novel red5 directory (thought the old one got modified by
>>> installation)
>>> -> I got the message that "OpenMeetings - Loading ... The server is not
>>> yet completely initialized. ...". No db-tables, after another try to call
>>> install page, were created
>>>
>>> Hmmm, that's where I'm stuck right now!
>>>
>>> In case you don't have a clue what the problem might be, as a first
>>> step, it would be extremely helpful to know how to completely remove the
>>> previous installation. Then, I can try to re-install using the correct
>>> persistence file right away. Maybe, that the issue, but I can't check.
>>>
>>> Any help is highly appreciated!
>>>
>>> A good one to the group,
>>> Rene'
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>>  ~~~~~~~
>>>
>>> *Dr.-Ing. Rene' Rosenbaum*
>>>
>>> *meeCoda* IT-Consulting and Services
>>>
>>>  ~: Neue Reihe 15, 18182 Goorstorf, Germany
>>>
>>>  #: ++49-(0)-1781408041
>>>
>>>  @: info@meecoda.de
>>>
>>> //: www.meecoda.de
>>>
>>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ +++ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>  --
>> WBR
>> Maxim aka solomax
>>
>>
>>
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