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  • #2413
    Tamas Galosi
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    Dear Community,

    I’m very new to OPENIAM, and I’m struggling with setting up even basic things.
    Based on the documentation I set up an ssh connection to a Linux server,
    but when I test the connection at synchronization, I always get
    “Test Synchronization failed” and “Can’t connect to target system” messages.
    I deployed it on Docker Swarm, but when I check through all the docker logs I just
    can’t find any meaningful information, that would point me in the right direction on what is the issue.
    Could someone help me in which container and where shall I find the corresponding logs?

    Thank you!

    #2420
    suneet_shah
    Keymaster

    Hi Tamas,

    Sorry to hear that you are having problems. We can help you work through this. A couple of questions first:
    a) Did you add the container to deployment? ie. if you do docker ps can you see this container
    b) In the managed system dashboard, are you able to see an active configuration? If not, can you post your configuration (blank out anything sensitive)

    Lets make sure that you can connect before trying to synchonize.

    #2497
    Tamas Galosi
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thank you for your reply.
    I have the following containers running:
    openiamdocker/device-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/rabbitmq-ce:alpine-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/synchronization-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-
    openiamdocker/auth-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/redis-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/email-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/mariadb-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/workflow-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/groovy-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/idm-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/reconciliation-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/ldap-connector-rabbitmq-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/rproxy-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/elasticsearch-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/vault-ce:alpine-4.2.0.7-prod
    openiamdocker/esb-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
    bitnami/etcd:3.3.13
    openiamdocker/ui-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod

    My problem is that, I checked through all the logs of those, but I could not find any log entries taht would explain the error message I receive.
    Should there be an additional container for connecting to our Linux system? Or I’m just misunderstanding your question.

    Thank you for your help!
    Tamas

    #2498
    Tamas Galosi
    Participant

    Additional information:
    I created a “managed system”, see screenshot.

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    #2500
    Tamas Galosi
    Participant

    Fort he host url I tried the following variants:
    with and without the protocol (ssh://)
    IP address and server name

    #2503
    suneet_shah
    Keymaster

    Hi Tamas,

    Please see the attached screenshot. You dont need the ssh://
    But there are other parameters that should be there.

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    #2505
    Tamas Galosi
    Participant

    Thank you for your quick help!
    I will check this out.

    Bests,
    Tamas

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