We have a really old server, I know is very old but we need to maintain for regulatory purpose.
So, we have an environment with SAS 9.3 installed on 3 Unix servers. One for metadata, one for compute and one for web components. We received the following error when we tried to start the web server. The metadata server is up and it running. Same with compute server. We already boot, physically, the server but the problem persist. Any idea?
ServiceLoader - Unable to obtain service deployment from the SAS Metadata Repository metadata source.
PlatformServices - Exception encountered starting services defined in metadata source
om.sas.services.deployment.ServiceDeploymentException: A SAS foundation service failed to deploy. [ com.sas.services.ServiceException: No foundation service definitions were found using the metadata source:
Thanks @gwootton . Follows the completed log:
Thanks @gwootton .
Is there any way to validate if we can reach the metadata server from the web server from the desired port? Something like ping or telnet...
And is there any way to valide the credentials used by the remote services?
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