Hi Dheeraj, Gary and Anders,

       Thanks a lot for the quick response! With your help, I was able to solve 
the original issue of locating the share libraries. The current issue I am 
facing now is with immxml-configure, which failed in File "./immxml-merge", 
line 370, in save_result
    self.imm_content_element.toxml(encoding).replace("/>", ">") + "\n"). As a 
result, IMMD can't be started. My debug procedure and detailed error messages 
are attached at the end for your reference. I am stuck at this step. Any help 
will be highly appreciated!

       Let me provide some background information about my current effort so 
that you can better understand my situation:


  1.  I am trying to use opensaf for core middleware services like messaging 
(IPC), log, timer, etc.. The target environment is a single-node multicore 
(ARM) Linux embedded system. If opensaf works in a single-node environment, we 
may extend to a cluster environment in the future.



  1.  I created a virtual machine using VMWare on a X86 Dell PC with ubuntu 
Linux and installed the latest opensaf tarball (OpenSAF package 
opensaf-5.18.02.tar.gz in a Ubuntu Linux VM (Linux version 4.4.0-116-generic 
(buildd@lgw01-amd64-021) (gcc version 5.4.0 20160609 (Ubuntu 
5.4.0-6ubuntu1~16.04.9));


  1.  As part of proof of concept, my goal is to start opensaf related daemons 
in such single-node VM environment and run several sample programs.


  1.  The installation/configuration procedure I follow is exactly as Anders 
suggested: 
https://sourceforge.net/p/opensaf/wiki/OpenSAF%20as%20an%20application/. I did 
not try any extra advanced configuration yet. Thus, I have NOT changed 
nid.conf. The underlying transport is still TCP. The OPENSAF_GROUP/USER are 
still "opensaf". The node_type is "controller" and the node_name is 
"feng-opensaf-2".

       By the way, from the above website, I saw a statement like "Note no sudo 
or virtualization!". Does it mean that OpenSAF can't be run in a VM 
environment? Thanks again for your help!

Feng


P.S.

Procedure and error messages:

fxie@feng-opensaf-2:~/local/share/opensaf/immxml$ sudo ./immxml-configure
error: immxml-merge SC templates failed. Aborting script! exitCode: 1
fxie@feng-opensaf-2:~/local/share/opensaf/immxml$

I was able to locate a log file under /tmp/immxml_configure. LFwfeK:

root@feng-opensaf-2:/tmp/immxml_configure.LFwfeK# ls
immxml-configure.log  intermediatefiles  nodes  templatedir
root@feng-opensaf-2:/tmp/immxml_configure.LFwfeK# vi immxml-configure.log

/* content from the above log file is highlighted in red below */
encoding in first source xml document: utf-8
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./immxml-merge", line 611, in <module>
    main(sys.argv[1:])
  File "./immxml-merge", line 603, in main
    merged_doc.save_result()
  File "./immxml-merge", line 370, in save_result
    self.imm_content_element.toxml(encoding).replace("/>", ">") + "\n")
TypeError: a bytes-like object is required, not 'str'

         I used "immxml-clustersize -s 1" to generate the following nodes.cfg:

SC SC-1 SC-1

and I replaced the third column with "feng-opensaf-2", which I got from 
"hostname -s". In fact, I also tried "immxml-clustersize -s 2" and replaced the 
third column with "feng-opensaf-2". I got the same error.

If I started running opensafd, it would be stuck. Using "journalctl -xe" 
revealed that immd could not be started:


Mar 07 14:57:40 feng-opensaf-2 osafimmd[71940]: WA IMMND coordinator at 
7f000001 apparently crashed => electing new coord
Mar 07 14:57:40 feng-opensaf-2 osafimmd[71940]: ER Failed to find candidate for 
new IMMND coordinator (ScAbsenceAllowed:0 RulingEpoch:1
Mar 07 14:57:40 feng-opensaf-2 osafimmd[71940]: ER Active IMMD has to restart 
the IMMSv. All IMMNDs will restart
Mar 07 14:57:40 feng-opensaf-2 osafimmd[71940]: NO Cluster failed to load => 
IMMDs will not exit.
Mar 07 14:57:40 feng-opensaf-2 osafclmna[71906]: exiting for shutdown
Mar 07 14:57:40 feng-opensaf-2 osaffmd[71928]: exiting for shutdown
Mar 07 14:57:40 feng-opensaf-2 osafimmd[71940]: exiting for shutdown
Mar 07 14:57:41 feng-opensaf-2 osafrded[71917]: exiting for shutdown
Mar 07 14:57:41 feng-opensaf-2 osaftransportd[71899]: exiting for shutdown
Mar 07 14:57:41 feng-opensaf-2 opensafd[72383]: Starting OpenSAF failed

From: Dheeroj Ram <dr00487...@techmahindra.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 3:33 AM
To: Feng Xie <feng_x...@jabil.com>; opensaf-us...@lists.sourceforge.net; 
opensaf-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: RE: Errors in running OpenSaf 5.3 in a Ubuntu VM




Hi Feng,



Please follow the file "00-README.conf" in the Opensaf source code and 
configure.

Let me know if you find any difficulties.



You can just try by following the below steps:

1- Modify the file /etc/opensaf/nid.conf

     export OPENSAF_MANAGE_TIPC="yes"

     TIPC_ETH_IF=<network interface>

      TIPC_NET_ID=<tipc net_id value> (ex- 1234)

      # The below variables have to be changed to "root"

      # if user has built OpenSAF to run as root

      export OPENSAF_GROUP=root

      export OPENSAF_USER=root

2- edit file "/etc/opensaf/node_name" with node name.

3- edit file "/etc/opensaf/node_type" as controller or Payload.

     How many controllers and payloads in your cluster?

4- cd /usr/share/opensaf/immxml/

      Generate a config file (nodes.cfg) for a 5 node cluster:

  $   ./immxml-clustersize -s 2 -p 3 (for 2 controller and 3 Payloads)



     Edit nodes.cfg



    The third column in nodes.cfg should be edited to match the short form of 
the

    hostname (as shown by 'hostname -s') for each host.

$ ./immxml-configure



Copy the generated imm.xml file to the standard OpenSAF configuration directory.

For eg:

$ cp imm.xml.20100217_2201 /etc/opensaf/imm.xml



Then start opensafd.





~ Dheeraj















-----Original Message-----
From: Feng Xie [mailto:feng_x...@jabil.com]
Sent: 06 March 2018 02:50
To: 
opensaf-us...@lists.sourceforge.net<mailto:opensaf-us...@lists.sourceforge.net>;
 opensaf-devel@lists.sourceforge.net<mailto:opensaf-devel@lists.sourceforge.net>
Subject: [users] Errors in running OpenSaf 5.3 in a Ubuntu VM



Hi,



     I am new in using OpenSAF. I encountered an error in running the latest 
OpenSaf software in a Ubuntu Linux VM. I would appreciate if somebody can 
provide some hint on this issue in specific and some references in running 
OpenSAF in general. Thanks a lot in advance!





  1.  Procedures and errors encountered







     *   Download the latest OpenSAF package opensaf-5.18.02.tar.gz in a Ubuntu 
Linux VM (Linux version 4.4.0-116-generic (buildd@lgw01-amd64-021) (gcc version 
5.4.0 20160609 (Ubuntu 5.4.0-6ubuntu1~16.04.9));







     *   Use "./configure -enable-tipc", "make" and "make install" to install 
the OpenSAF;







     *   Use "/etc/init.d/opensafd start"







     *   Errors (output from "journalctl -xe")





Mar 05 12:46:33 feng-opensaf-2 opensafd[57351]: Starting OpenSAF 
Services(5.18.02 - 2ed303919c3f0f36859028f47caf1498e882f45a) (Using TCP) Mar 05 
12:46:33 feng-opensaf-2 opensafd[57330]: Starting OpenSAF Services (Using 
TCP):/usr/local/lib/opensaf/opensafd: error while loading shared libraries: 
libopensaf_core.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory 
Mar 05 12:46:33 feng-opensaf-2 opensafd[57330]:  * Mar 05 12:46:33 
feng-opensaf-2 opensafd[57675]: Starting OpenSAF failed Mar 05 12:46:33 
feng-opensaf-2 systemd[1]: opensafd.service: Control process exited, 
code=exited status=127 Mar 05 12:46:33 feng-opensaf-2 systemd[1]: Failed to 
start OpenSAF daemon.

-- Subject: Unit opensafd.service has failed





  1.  I checked /usr/local/lib and I found libopensaf_core.so.0 by "ls -l 
/usr/local/lib"





-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root      974 Mar  2 16:29 libopensaf_core.la



lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root       24 Mar  2 16:29 libopensaf_core.so -> 
libopensaf_core.so.0.2.0



lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root       24 Mar  2 16:29 libopensaf_core.so.0 -> 
libopensaf_core.so.0.2.0



-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root  2816096 Mar  2 16:29 libopensaf_core.so.0.2.0



............







  1.  Then I modified my $LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include "/usr/local/lib" by adding 
it to the .bashrc file and did "source ./bashrc"



root@opensaf-2:/home/xyz# echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH /usr/local/lib







  1.  Rerun opensaf by using "/etc/init.d/opensafd start", the same error was 
seen.





Feng

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