On 15.02.2019 18:19, Robert Paschedag wrote: > Am 15. Februar 2019 09:28:26 MEZ schrieb Thomas Schweikle > <tschweikle-re5jqeeqqe8avxtiumw...@public.gmane.org>: >> On 14.02.2019 12:09, >> p.cookson-mhdz94l+r7k1qrn1bg8bzw-xmd5yjdbdmrexy1tmh2...@public.gmane.org >> wrote: >>> Hi Thomas >>> >>> The "Internal Server Error" appears to be a really generic and >> un-helpful message that comes out of Spacewalk in all sorts of >> scenario's! I haven't experienced your particular problem but, in the >> past, I've been advised to look at " /var/log/tomcat/catalina.out" to >> try and get a better idea of what the issue is. Don't know if this will >> help on this occasion? >> >> No, this was not helpful in this occasion. I'd need some way to make >> spacewalk deliver what error was created, by taking logs from >> /var/log/tomcat/catalina.out, >> /var/lib/pgsql/11/data/log/postgres-*.log. >> >> It would be really helpful spacewalk pushing the error logs to the web >> interface for debugging such cases! >> >>> >>> Regards >>> Phil >>> >>> -----Original Message----- >>> From: >>> spacewalk-list-bounces-h+wxahxf7alqt0dzr+alfa-xmd5yjdbdmrexy1tmh2...@public.gmane.org >> <spacewalk-list-bounces-h+wxahxf7alqt0dzr+alfa-xmd5yjdbdmrexy1tmh2...@public.gmane.org> >> On >> Behalf Of >> tschweikle-re5jqeeqqe8avxtiumwx3w-xmd5yjdbdmrexy1tmh2...@public.gmane.org >>> Sent: 14 February 2019 10:31 >>> To: spacewalk >> <spacewalk-list-h+wxahxf7alqt0dzr+alfa-xmd5yjdbdmrexy1tmh2...@public.gmane.org> >>> Subject: [Spacewalk-list] Sequences going wrong >>> >>> Hi! >>> >>> We're having a lot of troubble with spacewalk loosing sequences, or >>> better: loosing sync within sequences. As spacewalk runs all looks ok >> for some time. then you may get "Internal server error" at a variety of >> places. Mostly it starts showing up in "Schedule -> Actions" click on >> one of the numbers behind in columns Finished, Failed, Pending. >>> Instead of showing me details on where the action hav finished, >> failed or is pending I am prompted with "Internal server error". >>> >>> Looking into the sql-logs I can find sequences out of sync. Fixing >> these manually makes it work again -- for some time. I do not have any >> idea why these sequences starting to get out of sync. Any idea? Bug? >>> >>> Spacewalk 2.9 >>> OS: CentOS 7 >>> >>> -- >>> Thomas >>> >>> _______________________________________________ >>> Spacewalk-list mailing list >>> spacewalk-list-h+wxahxf7alqt0dzr+alfa-xmd5yjdbdmrexy1tmh2...@public.gmane.org >>> https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/spacewalk-list >>> > > Well... You can look into the stack traces at which file (and line) the error > occurred. Clone the spacewalk git repo, checkout your version "branch" and > look at the code.
That is what I am trying at the moment. BUT and its a really BIG BUT: there some stack traces. And I need to have it related to what is going on after I click some link. The way Spacewalk does it now I cant. I cant relate a click to an error. Impossible. Absolutely impossible. Just because the error does not show up with a fresh installation and three clients. It shows up with 200 clients and a running, productive system. I need Spacewalk to handle the traces thru to WebUI. How can I advice tomcat to do this: write an error message, then write the full trace right beyond. This is the third time the database being corrupted this way. I DO NOT want to start all over, taking about 400 clients, 800 configs copied by cut and past to a new spacewalk to have the database corrupted 4th time then WITHOUT ever finding what was the core cause! -- Thomas _______________________________________________ Spacewalk-list mailing list Spacewalkemail@example.com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/spacewalk-list