Please note it may need to reboot after the completed router configuration in order for the Local Manager to become available.
Please do include a "complete" sample of the IOS configuration.
It's fine to go through each statements and explainiing the purpose of each, but a complete output of a show running-config would help.
Will include running-config
Just add three comments for the doc after the successful application creation. FYI.
1. in Chapter 3 Requirements, it needs the package of "zlib" with the command of "apt-get install zlib1g-dev" to install it.
2. in Chapter 4.7, needs to replace "“" with """ in line of "echo -n “./factorial.bin &" >> $1/etc/rc.d/rc.local".
3. imgb.sh and packing.sh are in the folder of "/opt/ciscoiox/cisco_iox_sdk-x86_64-v0.1/tools/scripts/", and fakeroot is in "/opt/ciscoiox/cisco_iox_sdk-x86_64-v0.1/tools/bin". So make sure to set the related environment before running "imgb.sh xxxxxxx" to repackage the prebuilt rootfs with new created application. Usually you may simply run the below commands instead of running the script of "iox_sdk_env".
I successfully deployed the application. How can I access the output? Regarding the example in the Cookbook the /data/app.log?
I have a command prompt in the Iox core...
In section 4.3 Configure Local manager Web Interface it incorrectly states to connect to the WAN interface GE with https port 8443. However, I found that I could only connect to the host address that you configure under the IOX commands.
The description in the document is correct as the PAT entry was set. You may refer to Step 10 in Chapter 4.
That is correct! I now see my mistake. Because I had configured the unit without NAT I didn't see the PAT config.
after I insalled my OVA to 819, what can I configure under the Application Management System ?
under configuration tab this is there :
# App Config data goes in this file
is there any details on that ?
Are you mentioning the Application Manager (renamed to Fog Director now)?
You may refer to Cisco IOx Fog Director User Guide - Cisco for details. And you may also use the Local Manager to manage the OVA applications for C819.
no I meant the IOX app manager - which is on the https://x.x.x.x:8443 port, there you can select you app, and click MANAGE, and the CONFIGURATION tab appears, - whats is this for ? can I create some kind of LINUX SHELL script maybe what can be launched by init.d ?
I am looking for a solution in case of the router reboot, becasue right now I need to start my python app manually from CLI...
You may refer to "copy_new_app()" in Chapter 4.7. The basic idea is to put your app in a specific folder so that it could be started automatically on the VM restarts. Hope it helps.
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