I have a big java7 Webservice and it seems to need more than 256 file descriptors wich are set as default.
I am tying to setup a stackato 2.8 using the AOK Authentication Server options. I am able to run all of the kato commands except for:
kato config set aok strategy/ldap/bind_dn 'uid=stackato,ou=Service Accounts,dc=ch,dc=lan'
kato config get [options]  
kato config set [options]
kato config del [options]
kato config push [options]
kato config pop [options]
This is a system in HP Cloud Services instantiated just less than a week ago.
Now suddenly I can't push any applications. It fails with Not Authorized.
What is the cause and what is the solution?
stackato@stackato-q6pj:~/Documents/numberguess/Numberguess-master$ stackato version
stackato@stackato-q6pj:~/Documents/numberguess/Numberguess-master$ kato version
ActiveState Stackato v2.6.7
I am trying to set a java option on JBoss and as a token test set the value -Xms128m in manifest.yml. The jboss runtime still shows the default -Xms64m. How to set java opts for an application? This is in Stackato 2.6.7
jboss-as-kitchensink-ear-ear LICENCE.txt README.md
stackato@stackato-q6pj:~/Documents/kitchen-sink/kitchensink-ear-master$ cat man
I am getting some strange errors when I deploy and execute my Java standalone apps on my Stackato Micro Cloud. Even after a month of research with trial and error, I am unable to get it to work. I notice there is a lack of documentation related to java standalone apps on how it is implemented in Stackato with 'followable' examples.
I have these following questions (will break these up into a series of forum topics):-
.Are java standalone apps automatically restarted when the app completes its execution?
When I enable Websocket support in Stackato and click on the 'All' logs option in the Management Console > Applications webpage, nothing is shown in the webpage frame 'Files For Application ...'.
It does the samething if I go to Management Console > Applications > [Choose an application] and choose the 'Logs Files', 'All Files' options in the 'Instances' list.
Also, if I use the 'Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse 1.3.0', I would not be able to view the files and file structure of my application on the Stackato platform.
I can able to connect the webservice(umsservice.xx.xxx.xxx.xxx.xip.io/login/getuserId) if deployed java-web application in local tomacat server..
in my case could't not to connect the webservice(umsservice.xx.xxx.xxx.xxx.xip.io/login/getuserId) if deployed java-web application in stackato.it throw the following exaception
Please look at attachment..
the webservice endpoint: umsservice.xx.xxx.xxx.xxx.xip.io/login/getuserId
stackato vm : xx.xxx.xxx.xxx
let me know if you need further details
Please help me
I have deployed java-web application in my local tomcat server,i can able to connect database server (xx.xx.xx.xx) and retrive data from database.
then deployed that java-web application in stackato.
in my case i could not connect mysql database from java-web application,it throw following exception whenever run the application in browser
i have tried many ways to connect database,but could not connect database...
com.mysql.jdbc.exceptions.jdbc4.CommunicationsException: Communications link failure
i am struggle to connect mysql database from my terminal in linux12.04..
i have go through following documentation to access mysql databases..
in my case i could not access mysql database by use of following command and shows error:
ERROR 2003 (HY000): Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (111)
mysql --protocol=TCP --host=localhost --port=10000 --user=uMr1cQwjaRSsu --password=phVyfKpHmTuCe df230f481a7264c58ab5226c63cfa68c2
Please help me..
I am using the Stackato microcloud v2.4.3 to push the pet-clinic app using the stackato client.
I get a prompt to enter 'Start Command' and I am not sure what to enter.
I get this prompt for the Tornado chat app as well. Thanks