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Cannot connect to Lasso on CentOS 6

Lars A. Gundersen-2
I have tried both a CentOS installation in VMVare Fusion, and now an official CentOS instance on AWS, and I get about the same problem: I can't connect to Lasso throguh Apache, I just get 500 Internal Errors.
I grabbed the CentOS 6 -x86_64- - with Updates-6 - 2013-05-27-AutogenByAWSMP instance from the Marketplace and fired it up in EC2. I'm a n00b both with CentOS and AWS but have had some help. I managed to fix the incorrect security context the Apache Lasso Connector was installed with, and now Apache starts fine. Lasso is running:
[root@ip-172-31-7-45 ~]# ps ax | grep lasso
 1262 pts/0    S      0:00 sudo -u lasso env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64/server:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386/server ./Lasso8Service
 1273 pts/0    Sl     0:03 ./Lasso8Service --nolisten --ischild --siteid=1 --sitename=default --pipename=lassosite_8.6_1 --workingdir=LassoSites/default-1
 1365 pts/0    S+     0:00 grep lasso

I installed Lasso 8.6 with Yum, and to me the lasso8.conf and the Lasso connector look fine.

But, accessing any lasso page, including http://ec2-54-194-109-92.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com/ServerAdmin.LassoApp
just yields a 500 Internal Server Error. To me it looks like Apache can not connect to Lasso, but I am at a loss to understand why. I can't se anything in the Apache logs (apart from the 500 error) and if I start Lasso in console mode it doesn't seem to get any input that I can see from Apache when I for instance try to load the above ServerAdmin.

Can anybody offer any suggestions to how I can proceed to debug this? I did get it to work for a while on the VMVare Fusion CentOS installation, but only if I manually made sure Lasso started after Apache. But now I can't get it to work any which way I try.

Lars

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Re: Cannot connect to Lasso on CentOS 6

stevepiercy
Although I don't have something for Lasso 8.6, here is
documentation that describes how to install and configure an
environment that will allow Lasso 9 to run with Apache 2.4.x on
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4/CentOS 6.4.  It may be helpful.

https://github.com/stevepiercy/lasso9_apache24/blob/master/source/lasso9-apache24-rhel64-centos64.rst

First rule, set SELinux permanently to permissive mode.

--steve


On 12/10/13 at 10:21 PM, [hidden email] (Lars A.
Gundersen) pronounced:

>I have tried both a CentOS installation in VMVare Fusion, and
>now an official CentOS instance on AWS, and I get about the
>same problem: I can't connect to Lasso throguh Apache, I just
>get 500 Internal Errors.
>I grabbed the CentOS 6 -x86_64- - with Updates-6 -
>2013-05-27-AutogenByAWSMP instance from the Marketplace and
>fired it up in EC2. I'm a n00b both with CentOS and AWS but
>have had some help. I managed to fix the incorrect security
>context the Apache Lasso Connector was installed with, and now
>Apache starts fine. Lasso is running:
>[root@ip-172-31-7-45 ~]# ps ax | grep lasso
>1262 pts/0    S      0:00 sudo -u lasso env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64/server:/usr/
>lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386/server ./Lasso8Service
>1273 pts/0    Sl     0:03 ./Lasso8Service --nolisten --ischild
>--siteid=1 --sitename=default --pipename=lassosite_8.6_1 --workingdir=LassoSites/default-1
>1365 pts/0    S+     0:00 grep lasso
>
>I installed Lasso 8.6 with Yum, and to me the lasso8.conf and
>the Lasso connector look fine.
>But, accessing any lasso page, including http://ec2-54-194-109-92.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com/ServerAdmin.LassoApp
>just yields a 500 Internal Server Error. To me it looks like
>Apache can not connect to Lasso, but I am at a loss to
>understand why. I can't se anything in the Apache logs (apart
>from the 500 error) and if I start Lasso in console mode it
>doesn't seem to get any input that I can see from Apache when I
>for instance try to load the above ServerAdmin.
>
>Can anybody offer any suggestions to how I can proceed to debug
>this? I did get it to work for a while on the VMVare Fusion
>CentOS installation, but only if I manually made sure Lasso
>started after Apache. But now I can't get it to work any which
>way I try.
>
>Lars
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Access to MSSQL

Jewett, Greg
I am shooting this email from the hip.  I have not research the web yet.

Can Lasso use MSSQL as a datasource?  Is that something extra, or included!?

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Re: Access to MSSQL

Jonathan Guthrie-3
Both 8.6 and 9.2 work fine with MS SQL Server.
It's easiest on Windows itself, but still possible to connect from Linux or OS X, just a bit more extra work.


On Dec 10, 2013, at 5:52 PM, Jewett, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I am shooting this email from the hip.  I have not research the web yet.
>
> Can Lasso use MSSQL as a datasource?  Is that something extra, or included!?

Jono

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Re: Access to MSSQL

stevepiercy
If you do get Lasso to connect to a remote MS SQL datasource
from Linux or OS X, I would appreciate any information on how to
do so.  I have yet to be successful, and the documentation I
found is insufficient.

With MS SQL as a datasource, it is painful to do development on
non-Windows OSs.  I was able to do it through a Windows VM with
VMWare Fusion, but.... sloooooow.

--steve


On 12/10/13 at 6:03 PM, [hidden email] (Jonathan Guthrie) pronounced:

>Both 8.6 and 9.2 work fine with MS SQL Server.
>It's easiest on Windows itself, but still possible to connect
>from Linux or OS X, just a bit more extra work.
>
>
>On Dec 10, 2013, at 5:52 PM, Jewett, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>I am shooting this email from the hip.  I have not research the web yet.
>>
>>Can Lasso use MSSQL as a datasource?  Is that something extra, or included!?
>
>Jono
>
>----------------------------
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>[hidden email]
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>LassoSoft Inc.
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Re: Cannot connect to Lasso on CentOS 6

Lars A. Gundersen-2
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Thanks, that first rule seems to have done the trick! Is there any log/place I could have *seen* what the problem was?

Cheers,
Lars

On 10. des. 2013, at 23:17, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Although I don't have something for Lasso 8.6, here is documentation that describes how to install and configure an environment that will allow Lasso 9 to run with Apache 2.4.x on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4/CentOS 6.4.  It may be helpful.
>
> https://github.com/stevepiercy/lasso9_apache24/blob/master/source/lasso9-apache24-rhel64-centos64.rst
>
> First rule, set SELinux permanently to permissive mode.
>
> --steve
>
>
> On 12/10/13 at 10:21 PM, [hidden email] (Lars A. Gundersen) pronounced:
>
>> I have tried both a CentOS installation in VMVare Fusion, and now an official CentOS instance on AWS, and I get about the same problem: I can't connect to Lasso throguh Apache, I just get 500 Internal Errors.
>> I grabbed the CentOS 6 -x86_64- - with Updates-6 - 2013-05-27-AutogenByAWSMP instance from the Marketplace and fired it up in EC2. I'm a n00b both with CentOS and AWS but have had some help. I managed to fix the incorrect security context the Apache Lasso Connector was installed with, and now Apache starts fine. Lasso is running:
>> [root@ip-172-31-7-45 ~]# ps ax | grep lasso
>> 1262 pts/0    S      0:00 sudo -u lasso env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64/server:/usr/
>> lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386/server ./Lasso8Service
>> 1273 pts/0    Sl     0:03 ./Lasso8Service --nolisten --ischild --siteid=1 --sitename=default --pipename=lassosite_8.6_1 --workingdir=LassoSites/default-1
>> 1365 pts/0    S+     0:00 grep lasso
>>
>> I installed Lasso 8.6 with Yum, and to me the lasso8.conf and the Lasso connector look fine.
>> But, accessing any lasso page, including http://ec2-54-194-109-92.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com/ServerAdmin.LassoApp
>> just yields a 500 Internal Server Error. To me it looks like Apache can not connect to Lasso, but I am at a loss to understand why. I can't se anything in the Apache logs (apart from the 500 error) and if I start Lasso in console mode it doesn't seem to get any input that I can see from Apache when I for instance try to load the above ServerAdmin.
>>
>> Can anybody offer any suggestions to how I can proceed to debug this? I did get it to work for a while on the VMVare Fusion CentOS installation, but only if I manually made sure Lasso started after Apache. But now I can't get it to work any which way I try.
>>
>> Lars
>>
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Re: Cannot connect to Lasso on CentOS 6

stevepiercy
http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/SELinux#head-02c04b0b030dd3c3d58bb7acbbcff033505dd3af

/var/log/audit/audit.log

There be logs aplenty in that directory.

--steve


On 12/11/13 at 1:10 PM, [hidden email] (Lars A. Gundersen) pronounced:

> Thanks, that first rule seems to have done the trick! Is there any log/place I
> could have *seen* what the problem was?
>
> Cheers,
> Lars
>
> On 10. des. 2013, at 23:17, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
> > Although I don't have something for Lasso 8.6, here is documentation that
> describes how to install and configure an environment that will allow Lasso 9 to
> run with Apache 2.4.x on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4/CentOS 6.4.  It may be
> helpful.
> >
> >
> https://github.com/stevepiercy/lasso9_apache24/blob/master/source/lasso9-apache24-
> rhel64-centos64.rst
> >
> > First rule, set SELinux permanently to permissive mode.
> >
> > --steve
> >
> >
> > On 12/10/13 at 10:21 PM, [hidden email] (Lars A. Gundersen) pronounced:
> >
> >> I have tried both a CentOS installation in VMVare Fusion, and now an official
> CentOS instance on AWS, and I get about the same problem: I can't connect to Lasso
> throguh Apache, I just get 500 Internal Errors.
> >> I grabbed the CentOS 6 -x86_64- - with Updates-6 - 2013-05-27-AutogenByAWSMP
> instance from the Marketplace and fired it up in EC2. I'm a n00b both with CentOS
> and AWS but have had some help. I managed to fix the incorrect security context the
> Apache Lasso Connector was installed with, and now Apache starts fine. Lasso is
> running:
> >> [root@ip-172-31-7-45 ~]# ps ax | grep lasso
> >> 1262 pts/0    S      0:00 sudo -u lasso env
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/amd64/server:/usr/
> >> lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386:/usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/i386/server ./Lasso8Service
> >> 1273 pts/0    Sl     0:03 ./Lasso8Service --nolisten --ischild --siteid=1
> --sitename=default --pipename=lassosite_8.6_1 --workingdir=LassoSites/default-1
> >> 1365 pts/0    S+     0:00 grep lasso
> >>
> >> I installed Lasso 8.6 with Yum, and to me the lasso8.conf and the Lasso
> connector look fine.
> >> But, accessing any lasso page, including
> http://ec2-54-194-109-92.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com/ServerAdmin.LassoApp
> >> just yields a 500 Internal Server Error. To me it looks like Apache can not
> connect to Lasso, but I am at a loss to understand why. I can't se anything in the
> Apache logs (apart from the 500 error) and if I start Lasso in console mode it
> doesn't seem to get any input that I can see from Apache when I for instance try to
> load the above ServerAdmin.
> >>
> >> Can anybody offer any suggestions to how I can proceed to debug this? I did get
> it to work for a while on the VMVare Fusion CentOS installation, but only if I
> manually made sure Lasso started after Apache. But now I can't get it to work any
> which way I try.
> >>
> >> Lars
> >>
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Re: Access to MSSQL

Jewett, Greg
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I might be embarking on some new work that will require that I interface with MS SQL remotely (of course - that sounds like the difficult part), initially, and might require it on a more permanent basis.

It was not intuitive - so if it can be done, I am sure this community can shed some light on it.   I would rather it be a Linux environment (for the security and stability), but might have to go with a Windows Server if I can not get the performance and such out of it.   I do not like VBS, .NET, or M$ version of SQL, but about to get some work that might require brushing off the cobwebs, bad attitude towards M$ products and getting my hands dirty!

Any hints and tips would be greatly appreciated.  The remote host is Windows 2008r2 with MS SQL Server 2008.


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On Dec 10, 2013, at 05:10 PM, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

If you do get Lasso to connect to a remote MS SQL datasource from Linux or OS X, I would appreciate any information on how to do so.  I have yet to be successful, and the documentation I found is insufficient.

With MS SQL as a datasource, it is painful to do development on non-Windows OSs.  I was able to do it through a Windows VM with VMWare Fusion, but.... sloooooow.

--steve


On 12/10/13 at 6:03 PM, [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> (Jonathan Guthrie) pronounced:

Both 8.6 and 9.2 work fine with MS SQL Server.
It's easiest on Windows itself, but still possible to connect from Linux or OS X, just a bit more extra work.


On Dec 10, 2013, at 5:52 PM, Jewett, Greg <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

I am shooting this email from the hip.  I have not research the web yet.

Can Lasso use MSSQL as a datasource?  Is that something extra, or included!?

Jono

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Re: Access to MSSQL

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Our main database is MS SQL for our enterprise software.  As a curiosity, I connected to it from Lasso 8.6 and was able to run a few simple test inlines.  I don't recall having an issue.  It looks like I created an acct on the MSSQL box and used that in Lasso with the IP of the SQL server as the  "Connection URL".  

The Lasso server was a MacOS X machine and I don't recall doing extra work other than setting up a user on the SQL server.

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> On Dec 11, 2013, at 9:29 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I might be embarking on some new work that will require that I interface with MS SQL remotely (of course - that sounds like the difficult part), initially, and might require it on a more permanent basis.
>
> It was not intuitive - so if it can be done, I am sure this community can shed some light on it.   I would rather it be a Linux environment (for the security and stability), but might have to go with a Windows Server if I can not get the performance and such out of it.   I do not like VBS, .NET, or M$ version of SQL, but about to get some work that might require brushing off the cobwebs, bad attitude towards M$ products and getting my hands dirty!
>
> Any hints and tips would be greatly appreciated.  The remote host is Windows 2008r2 with MS SQL Server 2008.
>
>
> ________________________________
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> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
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> On Dec 10, 2013, at 05:10 PM, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> If you do get Lasso to connect to a remote MS SQL datasource from Linux or OS X, I would appreciate any information on how to do so.  I have yet to be successful, and the documentation I found is insufficient.
>
> With MS SQL as a datasource, it is painful to do development on non-Windows OSs.  I was able to do it through a Windows VM with VMWare Fusion, but.... sloooooow.
>
> --steve
>
>
> On 12/10/13 at 6:03 PM, [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> (Jonathan Guthrie) pronounced:
>
> Both 8.6 and 9.2 work fine with MS SQL Server.
> It's easiest on Windows itself, but still possible to connect from Linux or OS X, just a bit more extra work.
>
>
> On Dec 10, 2013, at 5:52 PM, Jewett, Greg <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> I am shooting this email from the hip.  I have not research the web yet.
>
> Can Lasso use MSSQL as a datasource?  Is that something extra, or included!?
>
> Jono
>
> ----------------------------
> Jonathan Guthrie
> [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
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> LassoSoft Inc.
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> IRC/freenode #lasso
>
>
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Re: Access to MSSQL

stevepiercy
Did you select the Lasso Connector for SQL Server in Setup >
Data Sources > Connectors, etc., as opposed to an ODBC or JDBC connector?

If the latter, can you publish an abstraction of the Connection
URL you used?

Do you have an ODBC/JDBC driver installed for MS SQL, and if so
what is it?

What was the version of Mac OS X?

--steve


On 12/11/13 at 9:56 PM, [hidden email] (Patrick Larkin) pronounced:

>Our main database is MS SQL for our enterprise software.  As a
>curiosity, I connected to it from Lasso 8.6 and was able to run
>a few simple test inlines.  I don't recall having an issue.  It
>looks like I created an acct on the MSSQL box and used that in
>Lasso with the IP of the SQL server as the  "Connection URL".
>The Lasso server was a MacOS X machine and I don't recall doing
>extra work other than setting up a user on the SQL server.
>
>Sent from my iPad
>
>>On Dec 11, 2013, at 9:29 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>I might be embarking on some new work that will require that I interface with MS
>SQL remotely (of course - that sounds like the difficult part),
>initially, and might require it on a more permanent basis.
>>
>>It was not intuitive - so if it can be done, I am sure this community can shed
>some light on it.   I would rather it be a Linux environment
>(for the security and stability), but might have to go with a
>Windows Server if I can not get the performance and such out of
>it.   I do not like VBS, .NET, or M$ version of SQL, but about
>to get some work that might require brushing off the cobwebs,
>bad attitude towards M$ products and getting my hands dirty!
>>
>>Any hints and tips would be greatly appreciated.  The remote host is Windows
>2008r2 with MS SQL Server 2008.
>>
>>
>>________________________________
>>Greg Jewett
>>Senior Network and Domain Administrator
>>Signature Science, LLC
>>(512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>>Save a tree!  Don't print this e-mail unless it's necessary.
>>Be the Solution!
>>
>>On Dec 10, 2013, at 05:10 PM, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder
><[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>>
>>If you do get Lasso to connect to a remote MS SQL datasource from Linux or OS X,
>I would appreciate any information on how to do so.  I have yet
>to be successful, and the documentation I found is insufficient.
>>
>>With MS SQL as a datasource, it is painful to do development on non-Windows OSs.
>I was able to do it through a Windows VM with VMWare Fusion, but.... sloooooow.
>>
>>--steve
>>
>>
>>On 12/10/13 at 6:03 PM, [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> (Jonathan
>Guthrie) pronounced:
>>
>>Both 8.6 and 9.2 work fine with MS SQL Server.
>>It's easiest on Windows itself, but still possible to connect from Linux or OS X,
>just a bit more extra work.
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>>On Dec 10, 2013, at 5:52 PM, Jewett, Greg
><[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
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>>I am shooting this email from the hip.  I have not research the web yet.
>>
>>Can Lasso use MSSQL as a datasource?  Is that something extra, or included!?
>>
>>Jono
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>>Jonathan Guthrie
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>>LassoSoft Inc.
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