#8 JPPF Driver will not start on Linux

beta_pre-1.0
closed-fixed
Server (62)
9
2006-03-09
2006-03-09
No

For some reason, the driver does not start, and the
nodes and clients can't connect to it.

My config is:
Dual AMD Opteron 246 (64 bits)
2 GB RAM
Fedora Core 4 x64
JDK 1.5.0 x64

Apparently the driver launcher is not successfull in
launching the driver.

I could reproduce the problem by launching one of the
demos, or by launching the driver alone.

When launching the driver only, the Ant task exits
almost immediately.

Discussion

  • Laurent Cohen

    Laurent Cohen - 2006-03-09

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    It seems that when launching a process, the JAVA_HOME
    environment variable was not used to locate the default JVM.

    Thus, I had to explicitely set the JVM location for the new
    process, which I retrieved through the system property
    "java.home" of the DriverLauncher.

    This fix will be released in

     
  • Laurent Cohen

    Laurent Cohen - 2006-03-09
    • assigned_to: nobody --> lolocohen
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Laurent Cohen

    Laurent Cohen - 2006-03-09

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    It seems the JAVA_HOME environment variable was not used to
    locate the default JVM when launching the driver process
    from the driver launcher.

    Thus I had to explitely set the path to the JVM, obtained
    through System.getProperty("java.home") to generate the
    string of command and arguments to launch the driver.

    This fix will be released in JPPF v0.11.4

     

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