Step #5 on the opensrf install requires you to use the
tag --with-websockets-port=443 when porting through websockets. Otherwise
it defaults to port 7682

This has got me a couple times too.
You may want to run through that installation again as it looks like it
just isn't finding the connection on that port.



On Wed, 1 May 2019 at 14:49, Jesse McCarty <jes...@burlingtonwa.gov> wrote:

> HI All,
>
>
>
> I am preparing to migrate our Evergreen install (3.2.5) to a new Server
> (Ubuntu 16.04) and have everything up and running but am having trouble
> with the websockets to test the web staff client before moving the current
> database over. The new server is configured like the production server with
> websocketsd and nginx to proxy everything and has the database imported
> from the production server’s backup. I can search catalog, login to
> account, just cannot get into the staff client. I get the following error
> in the web console using Firefox:
>
>
>
>
>
> As another test, I created a test server (complete clone of the production
> server, with configuration files and IP changes for internal testing) and
> was able to run the staff client just fine. I can see that the websocket is
> running on the new server. Not sure if/what I missed in setup or not, any
> help is greatly appreciated.
>
>
>
> Thanks!
>
>
>
> Jesse McCarty
>
> City of Burlington
>
> Information Systems Technician
>
>
>


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