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Trying to start on-prem controller, getting this error:
[root bin]# ./controller.sh start-appserver
[INFO] Path to mysql is not defined in system environment (MYSQL_BIN). Using mysql from /data/appdynamics/controller/db/bin
[INFO] Mysql configuration file is not defined in system environment (AD_DB_CNF). Using mysql configuration file: /data/appdynamics/controller/db/db.cnf
[INFO] Mysql datadir is /data/appdynamics/controller/db/data
[#|2020-05-18T16:18:54.496-0400|WARNING|5.1.1|imq.log.Logger|_ThreadID=1;_ThreadName=main;|[S2004]: Log output channel com.sun.messaging.jmq.util.log.SysLogHandler is disabled: no imqutil in java.library.path|#]
[#|2020-05-18T16:18:54.508-0400|SEVERE|5.1.1|imq.log.Logger|_ThreadID=1;_ThreadName=main;|ERROR [B3103]: imq.persist.store=file is not jdbc type:
com.sun.messaging.jmq.jmsserver.util.BrokerException: [B3103]: imq.persist.store=file is not jdbc type at com.sun.messaging.jmq.jmsserver.persist.jdbc.comm.CommDBManager.initDBManagerProps(CommDBManager.java:365)
Starting controller application server in default mode...
nohup: ignoring input and redirecting stderr to stdout
***** Controller application server started. Login URL is http://localhost:8090/controller *****
But the controller UI never loads.
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Ryan, AppDynamics Community Manager
Thanks for that link. I tried stopping and starting each component separately, as suggested:
shell> cd <Controller_install_dir>/bin
shell> ./controller.sh stop-appserver
shell> ./controller.sh stop-db
shell> ./controller.sh start-db
shell> ./controller.sh start-appserver
But still had the same error on the start-appserver. I tried several times and verified each command did what it was supposed to. Finally, I brought up the Enterprise Console, and stopped and started the Controller from there, and it started successfully. Not sure if the EC does something different than the command line, or if it was just a timing issue, but it's currently up and running.