You don't have to apologize my dude I appreciate any input. Gonna open up a aws support ticket and see what they can tell me. How would I use the MariaDB connector with guacamole tho? There's no Auth extension for Maria.
On Tue, Oct 23, 2018, 3:04 PM Nick Couchman <vn...@apache.org> wrote: > On Tue, Oct 23, 2018 at 3:32 PM doyouhas <zjpia...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> I checked my cloudwatch logs. Nothing relating to this problem was logged >> there. And as I stated in my previous post, on the instance where I've >> installed guacamole, I installed the mysql client and can connect to the >> database fine. I'm thinking it must have something to do with JDBC and AWS >> RDS, bc when I install mysql server on a physical instance, it doesn't >> have >> this issue. But I'm not pro enough with java to understand this JDBC >> failure. >> >> > I'm guessing you're using a recent-ish version of the MySQL driver in your > Guacamole instance? According to Amazon's docs they recommend the MariaDB > Connector/J JDBC connector for connecting to Aurora, but I'm guessing MySQL > should work fine, too. Also, looks like Aurora can be set up to use > SSL/TLS - is that enabled/required/default on your Aurora instance? > > Sorry, trying to help but kind of shooting in the dark, here - I agree > with the other folks that have responded that it really feels like some > sort of network connectivity, firewall, or VDC configuration issue that is > blocking the JDBC connection from hitting the Aurora instance. > > -Nick >