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Issue deploying ACC V7 9032 on Linux RHEL 7.9

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Employee Advisor
Hi Community,
 
I'm trying to deploy v7.9032 on red hat 7.9 on my local environment but I am running into some issues when trying to start httpd and nlserver
systemctl start httpd
systemctl start nlserver
 
I've created and configured
  1.  customer.sh,
  2. httpd.service,
  3. CampaignApache.conf,
  4. .bash_profile
  5. configured JDK_HOME
  6. added adobe campaign operators into apache operators group and viceversa
  7. Disable/Enabled relevant apache modules
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To try and fix the permissions error mentioned in the above error, I made sure neolane had ownership of its folder artifacts

On the permissions denied whilst trying to execute nlserver, I fixed it by changing ownership of the nlserver objects

    chown -R neolane:neolane neolane
    chmod -R 775 neolane
    chmod 755 neolane
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Employee Advisor
I got httpd started by disabling the httpd autoindex.conf  configuration file
 
$ sudo mv /etc/httpd/conf.d/autoindex.conf /etc/httpd/conf.d/autoindex.conf.bk
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and fixed the nlserver service issue by modifying  /etc/init.d/nlserver6 and changing permissions from 664 to 666 as well as commenting out chown neolane:neolane $PID_FILE

#  chown neolane.neolane $PID_FILE

    chmod 666 $PID_FILE

 

This was a workarond and the issue is fixed in newer builds (fixed in ACC-20.1.1-9122)

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Correct answer by
Employee Advisor
I got httpd started by disabling the httpd autoindex.conf  configuration file
 
$ sudo mv /etc/httpd/conf.d/autoindex.conf /etc/httpd/conf.d/autoindex.conf.bk
David__Garcia_0-1645497675930.png

and fixed the nlserver service issue by modifying  /etc/init.d/nlserver6 and changing permissions from 664 to 666 as well as commenting out chown neolane:neolane $PID_FILE

#  chown neolane.neolane $PID_FILE

    chmod 666 $PID_FILE

 

This was a workarond and the issue is fixed in newer builds (fixed in ACC-20.1.1-9122)

David__Garcia_1-1645497889269.png