Hi IvyTeam, I'm currently setting up an Ivy Engine on Linux server. The process is working fine except when it automatically start on startup. Because when it run by ROOT user, I got an exception related to Elasticsearch.

The Ivy Engine version is 6.3.0

[ 82%] Starting BusinessData manager 04:27:39.038 ERROR [...asticSearchServer] java.lang.RuntimeException: don't run elasticsearch as root. 04:27:39.038 ERROR [...asticSearchServer] at org.elasticsearch.bootstrap.Bootstrap.initializeNatives(Bootstrap.java:93) 04:27:39.039 ERROR [...asticSearchServer] at org.elasticsearch.bootstrap.Bootstrap.setup(Bootstrap.java:144) 04:27:39.039 ERROR [...asticSearchServer] at org.elasticsearch.bootstrap.Bootstrap.init(Bootstrap.java:270) 04:27:39.039 ERROR [...asticSearchServer] at org.elasticsearch.bootstrap.Elasticsearch.main(Elasticsearch.java:35) 04:27:39.039 ERROR [...asticSearchServer] at org.elasticsearch.bootstrap.IvyElasticsearchStarterStopper.main(IvyElasticsearchStarterStopper.java:27) 04:27:39.039 ERROR [...asticSearchServer] Refer to the log for complete error details. Error while starting Axon.ivy Engine

asked 08.11.2016 at 05:32

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edited 08.11.2016 at 05:37

This is a known issue with the 6.3 and 6.4 engine. You may use the 6.2 engine if you do not essentially use a 6.3. or 6.4 feature like BusinessData or the new Portal design.

We're working on a new service definition that works with SystemD.

(08.11.2016 at 16:52) Reguel Werme... ♦♦ Reguel%20Wermelinger's gravatar image

I had a work around there and it will work, our team need version 6.3 because of the bussiness data persistence.

added this line:

su somenormaluser -c \\


"$SERVICED" startdaemon &

The draw back is now we can start it by ROOT but cannot start by "somenormaluser" because "somenormaluser" don't have permission to run "su" command.


answered 09.11.2016 at 08:34

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