Forum OpenACS Q&A: OpenACS Instance

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Posted by Juan Carlos on
I installed OpenACS using the following instructions:
http://openacs.org/xowiki/ubuntu

Now im trying to create an instance of the server using this instructions: http://openacs.org/doc/install-openacs-keepalive

But I can't find this directory

/var/lib/aolserver/$OPENACS_SERVICE_NAME/etc/daemontools/run

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2: Re: OpenACS Instance (response to 1)
Posted by Benjamin Brink on

Hi Juan,

Since you already ran the install-ns scripts[1], another method of controlling the server should already be installed.

What results do you get from typing:

status 5-9

If result is '5-9 start/running, process <some number>' then nsd is already running.

If result is 'status: Unknown job: 5-9' then nsd might not be installed, or has another service name provided by the install-ns.sh and install-oacs.sh scripts.

If result is '5-9 stop/waiting', then openacs can be started with:

sudo start 5-9


1. http://openacs.org/forums/message-view?message_id=5366908

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3: Re: OpenACS Instance (response to 2)
Posted by Juan Carlos on
Its not working. I used status 5-9. And it showed me this
Unable to connect to Upstart: Failed to connect to socket /com/ubuntu/upstart: Connection refused
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4: Re: OpenACS Instance (response to 1)
Posted by Benjamin Brink on

Sorry, you might need to type 'sudo' before it:

sudo status 5-9
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5: Re: OpenACS Instance (response to 4)
Posted by Juan Carlos on
I tried that. It gave me the same result.
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6: Re: OpenACS Instance (response to 1)
Posted by Benjamin Brink on
Looks like you're advancing via the other thread, so won't pursue this one any further.

Note for anyone trying to install ubuntu via ubuntu's package system:

http://openacs.org/forums/message-view?message_id=5359248

cheers,
Ben