SudeepSP Regular Contributor.
Regular Contributor.

PPM 9.40 not starting after migrating to RHEL 7.5



Recently I tried to migrate PPM from SuSE10 to RHEL7.5 due to compliance issues.

but when starting the application I am not seeing the 
STATUS server:main:( CDT: *** Ready!

line. it is stuck at 

STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: HibernateUtil starting...
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: HibernateUtil started in 4.90 seconds
STATUS server:pool-11-thread-1:( CDT: Loading PFM Request types
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: The current process ID is saved in: /opt/ppm/server/PrimaryNode/tmp/
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: Completed Start of listener: com.kintana.core.web.listener.ServerStartListener
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: Starting listener: org.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderListener
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: Try to acquire lock to start ActiveMQ in this node
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: Starting ActiveMQ, broker name: PrimaryNode::1
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: Services scheduler and consumer node
STATUS server:localhost-startStop-1:( CDT: Clustered install - services scheduler will be started if failover occurs
STATUS server:pool-11-thread-1:( CDT: Done Loading PFM Request types
STATUS server:ClusterMonitor.HeartbeatThread:( CDT: Starting services scheduler...
STATUS server:ClusterMonitor.HeartbeatThread:( CDT: Services scheduler started
STATUS server:ClusterMonitor.HeartbeatThread:( CDT: Failover request succeeded, and scheduling services will be running in this node

Can any one help me with this issue

1 Reply
Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: PPM 9.40 not starting after migrating to RHEL 7.5

Hello Sudeep,

My name is Bryan and I will help you on this thread. 

Please check the following information:

If the MULTICAST_NIC_IP parameter is specified in the server.conf file, the JGroup and MULTICAST Channel multicast sockets will bind to the NIC that you specified by using the MULTICAST_NIC_IP parameter. The value of the MULTICAST_NIC_IP parameter can be a host name or an IP address.

If you still getting the issue, I recommend you to open a case with support team. 

Bryan T. 

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