Feb 9th, 2010, 12:43 PM
Unable to view tc server created in Springsource layout
I have installed AMS server, Agent and tc server on single machine.
I was able bring up all AMS server , agent and tc server.
The issue i am facing is , tc server i have created in springsource layout is unable to view in AMS console. Auto discovery is not recognizing.. I see tc server is up and running..
Did i miss something here.. ?
Thanks in advance.. plz help me..
Feb 9th, 2010, 12:55 PM
I got this fixed by doing below.. ( from troubleshooting).
AMS: Resources Not Showing up in the AMS Server Console
By default, an AMS agent checks for new resources only once a day. This means that, for example, if you start the AMS server and agent, and then create a new tc Server instance and start it, you might have to wait a maximum of 24 hours for the new tc Server instance to be auto-discovered by AMS. There are two ways you can force an auto-discovery of new resources on your platform:
* Stop and start the AMS agent on the computer for which you want to force an auto-discovery. When the AMS agent starts, it automatically checks for new resources. See Starting and Stopping the AMS Server and Agents for details.
* Use the AMS GUI to force an auto-discovery by following these steps:
1. From the main dashboard, click the Resources > Browse link.
2. Click the Platforms(XX) link.
3. In the table, click on the name of the platform for which you want to force an auto-discovery.
4. In the top-right Tools Menu box, click New Auto-Discovery.
5. In the top section called Quick Auto-Discovery Scan, click the OK button.
Any new resources show up in the Auto-Discovery portlet of the main dashboard as soon as AMS completes the scan of the platform.
Feb 11th, 2010, 01:18 PM
Configure the agent.properties
I am glad that you figured it out, and found another way to run auto-discovery (is forcing it through AMS console). If you wish to shorten the duration for auto-discovery, you can modify the appropriate parameters in agent.properites file (located under the agent directory). The two properties of interest are:
For additional information, see the post from Jason: http://forum.springsource.org/showpo...50&postcount=2
Let me know if that works for you.