Make sure that port 2144 is opened.
Try to connect via telnet.
Yes, port 2144 is open. I changed the listening port to some other open ports, but it still spewed the same error ( with different port no.)
Did you test it with telnet (telnet 127.0.0.1 2144) ?
It may be sending 127.0.0.1 to the Hyperic Server.
Stop the agent.
Make sure all instances of the agent are stopped. If there are others, then kill those processes.
Delete the agent's data directory.
Start the agent
Capture all of the interation during the set up
Make sure when prompted for the IP HQ should use to contact the agent that it is not 127.0.0.1
"What IP should HQ use to contact the agent [default=x.x.x.x...."
If it is 127.0.0.1, override it with the proper address the HQ Server should use when connecting to the agent.
I too face the same issue .. connection refused . And I am dying to resolve .
Please kindly help with your suggestions
As Ed wrote above:
- What is the agent ip?
- What is the server ip?
- what did you define in your agent come ip?
- Is it windows? if so open the port 2144.
- What is the agent version? is it 32/64 bit?
- What is the server version?
Server and agent reside on the same solaris server
agent ip: 10.70.71.15
server ip :10.70.71.15
what did you define in your agent come ip:10.70.71.15 (tried with localhost as well but didnot work)
Is it windows? if so open the port 2144. :Solaris , yes the port is open
What is the agent version? is it 32/64 bit? : I am new to hyperic , could you please provide me the command to check it on solaris server .
What is the server version
For solaris you should use NOJRE agent. So download NoJRE agent .
BTW, which Java version is running on Solaris ?
Please run "uname -a" or " cat /etc/release" to get Solaris's version.
we don't support server on Solaris OS only agent.
you have to install no-jre agent it will use the Solaris Java.
root@atclvm428:/# uname -a
SunOS atclvm428 5.10 Generic_150401-10 i86pc i386 i86pc
Agent is already installed . Will there be any command to check whether it is a NO JRE agent or not ? Java version is 1.6.0_26
Check if you have JRE directory under <agent_home_dir>/bundles/agent-x86-linux-X.X.X/
Anyway, download NOJRE agent to be sure and remove the old.
What is the agent installation artifact you used?
One more thing, if you are using server 5.8.4 version due to POODLE Security Vulnerability we removed sslv3 from hyperic server and in order Java 6 to work with Hyperic 5.8.4 server
you have to go to your server.xml file (server/hq-engine/hq-server/conf/server.xml) and update:
restart hyperic server
Please keep us updated if the issue resolved.