2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 12, 2019 6:32 AM by Rajiv Pandey

    Installing SQL for vRA 7.5 and keep getting logon screen .

    Bobsrke Lurker

      Hi ,

       

      When I configuring VRA 7.5 appliance specific during SQL installation ,am getting login screen repeatedly .

       

      Can some one get the similar issue ?

       

      Bobs .

        • 1. Re: Installing SQL for vRA 7.5 and keep getting logon screen .
          daphnissov Guru
          Community WarriorsvExpert

          I have literally no idea what problem you're having because of your lack of detail. Please be specific, provide screenshots, and/or thoroughly describe what is happening.

          • 2. Re: Installing SQL for vRA 7.5 and keep getting logon screen .
            Rajiv Pandey Enthusiast
            vExpert

            Hi Bobs ,

             

            The vRealize Automation appliance default session timeout on user inactivity is 30 minutes. To adjust this time out value to conform to your organization’s security policy, edit the web.xml file on your vRealize Automation appliance host machine.

             

            Follow the below steps :

             

                Login to vRA appliance console as root user .

                Open the/usr/lib/vcac/server/webapps/vcac/WEB-INF/web.xml file in a text editor.

             

                ex: vi /usr/lib/vcac/server/webapps/vcac/WEB-INF/web.xml

             

                Find session-config and set the session-timeout value. See the following code sample. change value in session timeout to something more than 30. Click on i in VI editor to edit , once edited press ESC then :wq to save and exit.

             

                <!– 30 minutes session expiration time –>

                <session-config>

                <session-timeout>30</session-timeout>

                <tracking-mode>COOKIE</tracking-mode>

                <cookie-config>

                <path>/</path>

                </cookie-config>

                </session-config>

                Restart the server by running the following command.

                     service vcac-server restart

                or you can just restart apache services as below

                    /etc/init.d/apache2 stop

                    /etc/init.d/apache2 start

             

            Rajiv Pandey

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