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Centos NSO process


NSO process spawning on Centos takes a lot of time and the process of detecting how the startup coming along is difficult.  Is there a way to understand nso process on centos.

 

1) Ports binding to be freed

2) Also the error status have to monitored from system journal

even after doing a systemctl daemon-reload

 For example see the error below

Restarting ncs (via systemctl):  Job for ncs.service failed because the control process exited with error code. See "systemctl status ncs.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details.

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Are you setting up a production NSO system? If not, I would strongly recommend making a "local install" instead.

 

Does your installation work, just slowly, or do you never get NSO up and running in your environment?

 

Do you have a lot of data in your database? If not, NSO should start in a few seconds.

 

Ports used by NSO are configured in the ncs.conf file. Try man ncs.conf to see what's available.

 

 

 

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Are you setting up a production NSO system? If not, I would strongly recommend making a "local install" instead.

 

Does your installation work, just slowly, or do you never get NSO up and running in your environment?

 

Do you have a lot of data in your database? If not, NSO should start in a few seconds.

 

Ports used by NSO are configured in the ncs.conf file. Try man ncs.conf to see what's available.

 

 

 

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Are you setting up a production NSO system?

I am testing on a system install and ncs starting process is fine with ubuntu but with centos i am unable to consistently understand nso vm is started or not as  it fails and asks to check system journal.

 

Does your installation work, just slowly, or do you never get NSO up and running in your environment?

It is after calling /etc/init.d/ncs restart the service fails after sometime and asks to contact system journal.

 

Do you have a lot of data in your database? If not, NSO should start in a few seconds.

so the ncs start process in ubuntu  is fine but with  centos i have issues .

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I am using centos, I am not facing the same issue. Can you please provide the following command outputs to check about it.

systemctl status ncs.service 
journalctl -xe