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  • 1.  Control Center - Zenoss.Core will not start

    Posted 02-20-2017 02:50 AM

    I posted the other day about issues around accessing Control Center after deploying Zenoss Core 5.2.1 using the official .ova. Happily I resolved that issue, but I'm now faced with further painfrown

    After following the guides I came to the point to start Zenoss.core. This fails completely - not a single one of the services starts. The serviced service is running fine.Here's some error messages I found in /var/log/messages:

    Feb 20 09:41:36 core-master serviced: time="2017-02-20T09:41:36Z" level=warning msg="Could not select host" error="no authenticated hosts found" instanceid=0 location="servicestate.go:279" logger=zzk.service serviceid=d31wpnf5mik6niwdeu6u2iqmt servicename=zenperfsnmp shouldhaveaddressassignment=false
    Feb 20 09:41:36 core-master serviced: time="2017-02-20T09:41:36Z" level=warning msg="Could not select host" error="no authenticated hosts found" instanceid=0 location="servicestate.go:279" logger=zzk.service serviceid=crn2ydliokyq3j9sxx4yenh9a servicename=zenprocess shouldhaveaddressassignment=false
    Feb 20 09:41:36 core-master serviced: time="2017-02-20T09:41:36Z" level=warning msg="Could not select host" error="no authenticated hosts found" instanceid=0 location="servicestate.go:279" logger=zzk.service serviceid=82v2xii2dl6rj08m0nadb69v0 servicename=zentrap shouldhaveaddressassignment=true
    Feb 20 09:41:36 core-master serviced: time="2017-02-20T09:41:36Z" level=warning msg="Could not select host" error="no authenticated hosts found" instanceid=0 location="servicestate.go:279" logger=zzk.service serviceid=7h2mhjcq2e4u7qj17hezgabqh servicename=MetricShipper shouldhaveaddressassignment=false

    These are just constantly coming in to the log.

    I'm also attaching a screenshot of my Control Center console to show the status of Zenoss.core.

    Here's hoping someone can help translate these log errors and get me workingyessmiley




  • 2.  Go to the hosts tab and

    Posted 02-20-2017 06:59 AM

    Go to the hosts tab and verify you have a host listed.

    You can add a host either by command line (serviced host add --register <hostname/IP>:4979 <resource pool>) or you can do it in the GUI by clicking the "+ Host" button on the Hosts tab.



  • 3.  I would delete the host and

    Posted 02-20-2017 07:30 AM

    I would delete the host and add it back in. That should setup authentication.



  • 4.  RE: I would delete the host and

    Posted 05-31-2017 12:22 PM
    Removing and re-adding the host worked for me. Thanks!

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    Louis Henn
    Senior IT Administrator
    Clickatell (PTY) Ltd.
    Cape Town
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  • 5.  RE: I would delete the host and

    Posted 07-16-2018 09:38 PM
    FYI - This also worked for me. My install was brand new, none of the zenoss.core services would start. On the hosts tab the host had a red exclamation mark by its name which was for authenticated.  Deleting the host from the pool and re-adding it fixed the issue

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    Jarred
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  • 6.  The command they have listed

    Posted 02-23-2017 07:35 AM

    The command they have listed in the documentation is missing the "--register" option. This is needed to setup authentication keys, even for the same host.



  • 7.  RE: The command they have listed

    Posted 10-20-2017 08:50 PM
    --register was it for me.

    Thanks

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    David Bohls
    BohlsTech
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  • 8.  RE: The command they have listed

    Posted 04-19-2018 08:35 AM
    Great. it is working for me after add "-- register", thanks!

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  • 9.  RE: The command they have listed

    Posted 04-20-2018 01:28 PM
    I also found that adding the host from the control center UI to the resource pool should allow the services to work right away on versions 6.1.1 and 6.1.2 so i'd assume its the same for previous versions?

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    Nick Barker
    Systems Administrator
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