we have 3 apps using 3 different frameworks (Grails, node.js, Django) together on a single microcloud node (Stackato v2.10.6). They talk to each other via REST APIs. We want to use HTTPS for all communication. HTTPS itself is working but we also want to redirect all HTTP traffic to HTTPS.
Do we have to do that inside each individual app (i.e. figure it out 3 times...)? Or is there a way to do it for all of them together?
We currently use the default stackato router (router2g).
I cannot import Stackato Micro Cloud into Virtual Box.
1. I download Stackato Micro Cloud 2.10.6 for Virtual Box from here
2. I unzip stackato-vm-vbox-v2.10.6.zip
3. I run Oracle CM Virtual Box Manager 4.3.4
4. When I choose File > Import Appliance and select the Stackato-880-v2.10.6.ovf file, there is an error:
Error reading "...\Stackato-880-v2.10.6.ovf": element "Section" has no "type" attribute, line 18.
Result Code: V_BOX-E-File_ERROR (0x80BB0004)
Thank you for helping me.
When I deploy any application to Stackato (v.2.10.6 in this case), all the application files seem to be located under "/" (i.e, when I look at the application files from the Management Console, the application path is "/", and all the application files are directly under the root).
==> Is there a way to change this path, so the application files are stored under a different path instead (e.g., "/xyz/...), i.e., not under the root ?
This is because I'm trying to deploy and configure a 3rd party application (OpenAM) that chokes when it's installed under the root...
after starting the stackato 3 VM on VMplayer and trying to login via web interface, I only get back
The username and password is correct. Any ideas?
When I launch stackato instance (N. Virginia region; m1.medium; everything default) it doesn't complete. The last thing I see in system log:
I'd like to try the Stackato AMI out in the Ireland region as our platform will be mainly used within Europe. Is this possible?
I can not copy the existing AMI as I'm not permissioned to do so - it's a private image. I also tried to create my own AMI from a snapshot of the stackato instance, but this didn't seem to start up properly (the basic AWS health checks failed). Perhaps I need to do some extra configuration work?
Thanks in advance,
I've been playing around with Stackato, and have successfully set up a Perl application. I've set uWSGI to serve up the static file exactly as described here
But, the serving of the static file are slow, not just a little, but VERY slow. The application on a local VM loads ~100 times slower than a live version (not on Stackato) hosted elsewhere!
Any ideas on how to speed up the serving of static files?
I'm not sure if this is the correct place for this posting. But....
I'm using Stackato (2.10.6) with MongoDB and a Grails application. We are uploading audio files into MongoDB using mongo's GRIDFS (BSON) and we've now hit some kind of hard limit. Each time I try to upload an audio file, I get the following error:
2013-07-19T15:04:40+0200 app.0: Error trying to save audio file in addAudioFileToDB method: 1374237183000_863d848199b6438f855a9229b23918a0_soundbites.wav
2013-07-19T15:04:40+0200 app.0: com.mongodb.MongoException: quota exceeded
Stackato 2.10.4 running on VMware Player 5.0.2.
I create a simple Grails 2.2.1 app that doesn't do much besides setting-up 3 services: mysql, mongodb and redis.
I created the WAR successfully, and the push seems succesful ("stackato push -n"):
Pushing application 'Curiopolis'...
Runtime: Java 7
Application Url: curiopolis.stackato-b3za.local
Creating Application [Curiopolis] ... OK
Binding service [Curiopolis-db] ... OK
Creating mongodb service [Curiopolis-mongo] ... OK
Binding service [Curiopolis-mongo] ... OK
I was wondering why ActiveState doesn't provide any VHD image for Stackato and I wanted to test the latest Stackato 2.10 release on CloudStack 4.0 with XenServer and KVM clusters. So I thought it should be possible to convert Stackatos VMWare VMDK format to VHD and found an handy small tool to do this for me and convert the Stackato's VMDK image to VHD with Vmdk2Vhd converter from SoftSea: