Yes, it is.
dsrun was removed in 1.8 (maybe 1.7). To execute java classes using the dspace classpath and properly start the kernel (spring context) just use
dspace dsrun javaclassfullname
Inviato da Tablet SamsungIkechukwu Nkisi-Orji <mailiyke@...> ha scritto:Thanks Andrea. I was trying to run it manually by executing /dspace/bin/dsrun net.handle.server.SimpleSetup /dspace/handle-server as described in several documentations that I saw online. I actually didn't expect it to work because I didn't see dsrun script in /dspace/bin. However, the make-handle-config showed that the command should be /dspace/bin/dspace dsrun net.handle.server.SimpleSetup /dspace/handle-server instead.
On Sun, Jul 28, 2013 at 11:19 AM, Andrea Bollini <a.bollini@...> wrote:
The handle configuration is make by the bin/make-handle-config
that execute a CNRI java class supplying standard answers to configuration options some coming from the dspace.cfg config file (dspace name, host etc.).
Take a look to the make-handle-config script, is needed execute the CNRI setup java class manually suppling the appropriate answers. If you do so, remember to manually update the handle config files replacing your handle prefix and specifing the dspace dbms storage lookup for the handle resolution.
Hope this help,
Inviato da Tablet Samsung
Ikechukwu Nkisi-Orji <mailiyke@...> ha scritto:
I removed the entire DSpace installation and did a fresh installation of DSpace 3.2. Handle Server installation still doesn't ask for any configuration. Please pointer as to where it gets the configuration from will be helpful. Thanks.
On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 11:41 PM, Ikechukwu Nkisi-Orji <mailiyke@...> wrote:
I successfully installed DSpace 3.1 and setup the Handle-Server on Amazon Web Service EC2 Instance. However, I used the web server’s internal IP address instead of the external in the configuration while setting up the Handle Server. As a result, the Handle Server could not be accessed externally (this was confirmed by CNRI) even when it was running. Here is the log:
"2013/07/20 07:27:43 UTC" 25 Rotating log files
UDP handle Request Listener:
Starting TCP request handlers: .HTTP handle Request Listener:
Starting HTTP request handlers: ...............
I have tried running the setup for Handle Server again so that I can change the IP address but each time I try, it does not ask for any configuration information. Even when I delete the handle-server directory in the DSpace installation directory, it simply creates another one with my previous configuration. Are there any files/directories that I should remove/edit before re-installing the Handle Server?