Ubuntu, Unable to reach host


(Jack Park) #1

I just now installed the latest ES distro on an Ubuntu box with OpenJDK 6b27.

It's failing to reach host -- that's an error that googles well, but
with nothing that I've seen to help.

The box is sitting at 10.1.10.179 and is pingable on its local network
from a host windoz box (firewall off). It can ping out. But, ES
refuses to boot.

Using ifconfig and route, I've managed to see the host to 10.1.10.1,
which is the default gateway on the windoz box running this network.

I'd appreciate some hints at what I might be missing.

BTW: the same build on another windoz box is running faultlessly.

Thanks
Jack

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(Mark Walkom) #2

Can you telnet from either host to the other on 9200/9300?

Also, that's a super old JDK, if you have to use OpenJDK then upgrade, but
you should ideally be on Oracle's 7 release 25.

Regards,
Mark Walkom

Infrastructure Engineer
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On 22 December 2013 08:09, Jack Park jackpark@topicquests.org wrote:

I just now installed the latest ES distro on an Ubuntu box with OpenJDK
6b27.

It's failing to reach host -- that's an error that googles well, but
with nothing that I've seen to help.

The box is sitting at 10.1.10.179 and is pingable on its local network
from a host windoz box (firewall off). It can ping out. But, ES
refuses to boot.

Using ifconfig and route, I've managed to see the host to 10.1.10.1,
which is the default gateway on the windoz box running this network.

I'd appreciate some hints at what I might be missing.

BTW: the same build on another windoz box is running faultlessly.

Thanks
Jack

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(Jack Park) #3

Interesting stuff. I'll simply report what I did for the record.
I did install the latest Oracle jdk, but, I think I didn't fully do
the install; it's not like windoz where you just install it and set
the system paths, etc. There's more with Ubuntu, which I did not do.
But, when I purged OpenJDK, it unmasked an Oracle java 6, so I left
that.

The network issue resolved, finally, to some really hairy details of
setting up eth0 on that box, which is sitting on a local gigabit
network. I finally got that running, then opened up ES ports in the
Windoz firewall, and am happy to report it's running fine now.

Many thanks
Jack

On Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 1:45 PM, Mark Walkom markw@campaignmonitor.com wrote:

Can you telnet from either host to the other on 9200/9300?

Also, that's a super old JDK, if you have to use OpenJDK then upgrade, but
you should ideally be on Oracle's 7 release 25.

Regards,
Mark Walkom

Infrastructure Engineer
Campaign Monitor
email: markw@campaignmonitor.com
web: www.campaignmonitor.com

On 22 December 2013 08:09, Jack Park jackpark@topicquests.org wrote:

I just now installed the latest ES distro on an Ubuntu box with OpenJDK
6b27.

It's failing to reach host -- that's an error that googles well, but
with nothing that I've seen to help.

The box is sitting at 10.1.10.179 and is pingable on its local network
from a host windoz box (firewall off). It can ping out. But, ES
refuses to boot.

Using ifconfig and route, I've managed to see the host to 10.1.10.1,
which is the default gateway on the windoz box running this network.

I'd appreciate some hints at what I might be missing.

BTW: the same build on another windoz box is running faultlessly.

Thanks
Jack

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