[Tsung] Can't start newbeam on host lab (reason: timeout)

Rodolphe Quiédeville rodolphe at quiedeville.org
Mon Nov 18 09:55:15 CET 2013


Hi,

A stupid question, is tsung installed too on "lab" ? Is the same erlang
version, and tsung version on the 2 hosts ?

Regards,

Jehan Procaccia <jehan.procaccia at tem-tsp.eu> writes:

> I guess the IP adress must be in <ip> </ip> tags
> first I tried :
> <client host="157.158.44.88"
> resulting in:
> ERROR: client config: 'host' attribute must be a hostname, not an IP ! 
> (was "157.158.44.88")
>
> So now I set
>
>         <client host="lab.tem-tsp.fr" weight="1" maxusers="600" cpu="1"/>
>                  <ip value="157.158.44.88"></ip>
>
>
> this time tsung start OK, but stills fails on
>
>
> # tail -f tsung_controller at cularo.log
>
> =INFO REPORT==== 18-Nov-2013::09:35:46 ===
>      ts_config_server:(0:<0.89.0>) Can't start newbeam on host 
> 'lab.tem-tsp.fr' (reason: timeout) ! Aborting!
>
> =ERROR REPORT==== 18-Nov-2013::09:36:14 ===
> ** State machine ts_launcher terminating
> ** Last event in was {launch,[],"cularo",now}
> ** When State == wait
> **      Data  == 
> {launcher,undefined,[],"cularo",undefined,false,0,undefined,
> undefined,undefined,undefined,1,undefined}
> ** Reason for termination =
> ** {timeout,{gen_server,call,
>                          [{global,ts_config_server},
>                           {get_client_config,"cularo"},
>                           60000]}}
>
> Any other clues ?
> Thanks .
>
> Le 18/11/2013 09:07, Sebastian Cohnen a écrit :
>> Hey Jehan,
>>
>> have you tried to use IP addresses or FQDN instead of host names?
>>
>>
>> On 15 Nov 2013, at 18:30, Jehan Procaccia wrote:
>>
>>> Hello list
>>> this problem of running a distributed tsung test, seems to arise 
>>> often, but I cannot figure out what's wrong in my case
>>> I did managed to share ssh keys between my "master" and "slave" tsung 
>>> hosts, check /etc/hosts, stopped firewalls, test erl connexion
>>> as mentioned in 
>>> http://tsung.erlang-projects.org/user_manual/faq.html#can-t-start-distributed-clients-timeout-error
>>>
>>> # erl -rsh ssh -sname foo -setcookie mycookie
>>> Erlang R14B04 (erts-5.8.5) [source] [64-bit] [smp:4:4] [rq:4] 
>>> [async-threads:0] [kernel-poll:false]
>>>
>>> Eshell V5.8.5  (abort with ^G)
>>> (foo at cularo)1> slave:start(lab,bar,"-setcookie mycookie").
>>> {ok,bar at lab}
>>>
>>> up to this point evrything seem OK
>>>
>>> now when I lunch a test on master "cularo" :
>>>
>>> # tsung -f ./tsung-scenario2.xml start
>>> Starting Tsung
>>> "Log directory is: /root/.tsung/log/20131115-1815"
>>>
>>> with in tsung-scenario2.xml a "lab" tsung "slave"
>>> <clients>
>>>          <client host="cularo" use_controller_vm="true"/>
>>>          <client host="lab" weight="1" maxusers="600" cpu="1"/>
>>>  </clients>
>>>
>>> the target server of tsung doesn't receive any trafic :-(
>>>
>>> Logs  tsung_controller at cularo.log file shows these errors
>>>
>>> =INFO REPORT==== 15-Nov-2013::18:16:08 ===
>>>  ts_config_server:(0:<0.87.0>) Can't start newbeam on host lab 
>>> (reason: timeout) ! Aborting!
>>>
>>> =ERROR REPORT==== 15-Nov-2013::18:16:36 ===
>>> ** State machine ts_launcher terminating
>>> ** Last event in was {launch,[],"cularo",now}
>>> ** When State == wait
>>> **      Data  == 
>>> {launcher,undefined,[],"cularo",undefined,false,0,undefined,
>>> undefined,undefined,undefined,1,undefined}
>>> ** Reason for termination =
>>> ** {timeout,{gen_server,call,
>>>                      [{global,ts_config_server},
>>>                       {get_client_config,"cularo"},
>>>                       60000]}}
>>>
>>> I run tsung-1.5.0-3.el6.x86_64 on a CentOS release 6.4 (Final)
>>>
>>> why my tsung controller cannot start diributed test on host lab ?
>>>
>>> thanks for your help .
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