hi again. new issue.
I'v solved my active-mq issue, am now getting org.fcrepo.server.security.xacml.pdp.data.PolicyIndexException: Non .xml files found in policy index cache directory when I run fedora-rebuild.sh. 

how can I find out the actual location of this directory in order to investigate whats causing the problem? have tried grepping for references to it it without success


On 26 July 2013 09:23, Peri Stracchino <peri.stracchino@york.ac.uk> wrote:
Hi ben
I do have a policy-db, and it  contains policies as xml files (eg policy_york-york_3.xml. However the content is not the same as the old pdp/database, which contained files called __db.001, __db.002 etc as well as policies.dbxml, so this doesnt seem like the same thing


It doesnt contain a conf directory either, which is what the installation guide directs me to in the instructions for Configuring FeSL AuthZ to use DB XML . I DID find a file called config-policy-index in fedora/server/config/spring/fesl/web with a commented out element for BerkelyDbXML, which I uncommented. There were various other files too, I dont know if I need to edit any more of these?  I cant find (or havnt yet found) the equivalent of config-dbxml in which to specify the location of the DB XML database, which the instructions (though it doesnt look as if these have been updated from older versions) say I need to do

Cheers
peri


On 25 July 2013 17:41, Benjamin Armintor <armintor@gmail.com> wrote:
Peri:
  Just to try and go through your questions so far:

1. The WARN log about policy-enforcement.xml is expected. If you look at that file, there's a comment about it being intentionally empty.

2. I think pdp/database is called pdp/policy-db.  In the testing configuration for FESL (config 'C'), that's the directory that's created.

So, you're not seeing pdp/policy-db?

- Ben


On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 12:09 PM, Peri Stracchino <peri.stracchino@york.ac.uk> wrote:
hi Benjamin
our previous setup was run against an external activemq, and in this the tempUsage was configured inside the various activemq.xml files. However in the new installation I have initially set it up to run against the bundled activemq  for the sake of simplicity while debugging. So as yet there is no tempUsage set up other than where I have put it in both server/config/activemq.xml and server/fedora-internal-use/config/activemq.xml. I have grep/xarged for other occurences of the tempUsage element throughjout the new fedora install (including the spring section) , and cant find any other than thses two, so I'm at a bit of a loss really - I'v configured this element within the broker element, in correct alphabetical order  up exactly as suggested on the activemq website


On 25 July 2013 16:36, Benjamin Armintor <armintor@gmail.com> wrote:
Peri,
  Where did you set systemUsage before? Some modules are configured first and foremost in the Spring configs since FC 3.5 (Server, for instance), so you might want to look over there.

- Ben


On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 11:05 AM, Peri Stracchino <peri.stracchino@york.ac.uk> wrote:
Hi
I'm trying to upgrade our system from fedora 3.4.2 with FeSL/DBXML on  ubuntu to fedora 3.6.2, still with FeSL/DBXML and running into some problems. installed using fedora.fcfg as usual, but cant get fedora to start. I'm wondering if this is to do with problems configuring the policyIndex - the link referred to in the upgrade instructions appears to apply to older versions of fedora, as it refers to files and folders which are not present in my new version, and appear to have been superceded by various other configuration files under server/config/spring. As these are structured quite differently to the old files I'm having trouble working out what I do and dont need to edit.

I'v also noticed some differences in the directories created under pdp first start-up. pdp directory has no conf or database subdirectories. I'm guessing that pdp/conf is now superceded by server/config/spring, but should pdp/database  still be present? I'v tried running the a separate 'quick' install under windows to see if its a problem with my configuration, but it doesnt appear there either.

can anyone tell me what additional configuration I need to do under the new setup to configure the policyIndex, or point me towards where I may be going wrong?
fedora.log shows some warnings/errors: 
1* WARN Loaded 0 beans from <fedora_home>/server/config/spring/policy-enforcement.xml
2* WARN  Store limit is 100000mb , whilst the data directory only has 4583 mb of usable space
3* ERROR Store limit is 500000mb , whilst the temporary data directory only has 4583 mb of usable space
    I know I can add a systemUsage element to fix these two above, but although I'v tried adding to activemq.xml I'm still getting the same message, is this limit getting overwritten or set somewhere else? 

4* WARN Could not load the specified hint provider class (as specified in spring bean definition), using default nullprovider
 the log reports fedora pdp has initialised, however there is still no pdp/database, and pointing a browser at fedora/describe returns 403:INDETERMINATE

any pointers or advice would be most appreciated!

Cheers
Peri

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