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glacier2router as windows service

soff.dongsoff.dong Member qiao dongOrganization: accuradProject: v6's net project ✭✭
I am trying to set up a glacier2router as a windows service. It runs fine when I start it from the command line, but when I start it as a service I get:

C:\Ice-3.3.1-VC90\bin>iceserviceinstall glacier2router config.cfg

C:\Ice-3.3.1-VC90\bin>sc qc glacier2router.DemoGlacier2
[SC] GetServiceConfig SUCCESS

SERVICE_NAME: glacier2router.DemoGlacier2
        TYPE               : 10  WIN32_OWN_PROCESS
        START_TYPE         : 2   AUTO_START
        ERROR_CONTROL      : 1   NORMAL
        BINARY_PATH_NAME   : "C:\Ice-3.3.1-VC90\bin\glacier2router.exe" --service glacier2
router.DemoGlacier2 --Ice.Config="C:\Ice-3.3.1-VC90\bin\config.cfg"
        LOAD_ORDER_GROUP   :
        TAG                : 0
        DISPLAY_NAME       : Glacier2 router (DemoGlacier2)
        DEPENDENCIES       : Nla
        SERVICE_START_NAME : NT Authority\LocalService

C:\Ice-3.3.1-VC90\bin>sc start glacier2router.DemoGlacier2

SERVICE_NAME: glacier2router.DemoGlacier2
        TYPE               : 10  WIN32_OWN_PROCESS
        STATE              : 2  START_PENDING
                                (NOT_STOPPABLE,NOT_PAUSABLE,IGNORES_SHUTDOWN)
        WIN32_EXIT_CODE    : 0  (0x0)
        SERVICE_EXIT_CODE  : 0  (0x0)
        CHECKPOINT         : 0x0
        WAIT_HINT          : 0x7d0
        PID                : 3008
        FLAGS              :

C:\Ice-3.3.1-VC90\bin>sc start glacier2router
[SC] StartService: OpenService FAILED 1060:

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  • soff.dongsoff.dong Member qiao dongOrganization: accuradProject: v6's net project ✭✭
    config.cfg

    #
    # Set the instance name
    #
    #
    #
    Glacier2.InstanceName=DemoGlacier2

    #
    # The client-visible endpoint of Glacier2. This should be an endpoint
    # visible from the public Internet, and it should be secure.
    #
    Glacier2.Client.Endpoints=ssl -p 4064 -h localhost

    #
    # The server-visible endpoint of Glacier2. This endpoint is only
    # required if callbacks are needed (leave empty otherwise). This
    # should be an endpoint on an internal network (like 192.168.x.x), or
    # on the loopback, so that the server is not directly accessible from
    # the Internet.
    #
    Glacier2.Server.Endpoints=tcp -h localhost

    #
    # The configures the session manager. If no external session manager
    # is used, sessions are only handled Glacier2 internally.
    #
    Glacier2.SessionManager=sessionmanager:tcp -h localhost -p 10001

    #
    # For this demo, we use a dummy permissions verifier that is
    # collocated with the session server process. This dummy permissions
    # verifier allows any user-id / password combination.
    #
    Glacier2.PermissionsVerifier=verifier:tcp -h localhost -p 10001

    #
    # The timeout for inactive sessions. If any client session is inactive
    # for longer than this value, the session expires and is removed. The
    # unit is seconds.
    #
    Glacier2.SessionTimeout=30

    #
    # Glacier can forward requests buffered or unbuffered. Unbuffered
    # means a lower resource consumption, as buffering requires one
    # additional thread per connected client or server. However, without
    # buffering, messages cannot be batched and message overriding doesn't
    # work either. Also, with unbuffered request forwarding, the caller
    # thread blocks for twoway requests.
    # The default is to use buffering (=1), in both directions.
    #Glacier2.Client.Buffered=0
    #Glacier2.Server.Buffered=0

    #
    # These two lines instruct Glacier2 to forward contexts both for
    # regular routing, as well as for callbacks (reverse routing).
    #
    Glacier2.Client.ForwardContext=1
    Glacier2.Server.ForwardContext=1

    #
    # To prevent Glacier2 from being flooded with requests from or to one
    # particular client, Glacier2 can be configured to sleep for a certain
    # period after all current requests for this client have been
    # forwarded. During this sleep period, new requests for the client are
    # queued. These requests are then all sent once the sleep period is
    # over. The unit is milliseconds.
    #
    Glacier2.Client.SleepTime=500
    Glacier2.Server.SleepTime=500

    #
    # With the two settings below, Glacier2 can be instructed to always
    # batch oneways, even if they are sent with a _fwd/o instead of a
    # _fwd/O context.
    # The default value for Glacier2.Client.AlwaysBatch and
    # Glacier2.Server.AlwaysBatch is 0.
    #Glacier2.Client.AlwaysBatch=1
    #Glacier2.Server.AlwaysBatch=1

    #
    # Glacier2 always disables active connection management so there is no
    # need to configure this manually. Connection retry does not need to
    # be disabled, as it's safe for Glacier2 to retry outgoing connections
    # to servers. Retry for incoming connections from clients must be
    # disabled in the clients.
    #

    #
    # Various settings to trace requests, overrides, etc.
    #
    Glacier2.Client.Trace.Request=1
    Glacier2.Server.Trace.Request=1
    Glacier2.Client.Trace.Override=1
    Glacier2.Server.Trace.Override=1
    Glacier2.Client.Trace.Reject=1
    Glacier2.Trace.Session=1
    Glacier2.Trace.RoutingTable=1

    #
    # Warn about connection exceptions
    #
    Ice.Warn.Connections=1

    #
    # Network Tracing
    #
    # 0 = no network tracing
    # 1 = trace connection establishment and closure
    # 2 = like 1, but more detailed
    # 3 = like 2, but also trace data transfer
    #
    #Ice.Trace.Network=1

    #
    # Protocol Tracing
    #
    # 0 = no protocol tracing
    # 1 = trace protocol messages
    #
    #Ice.Trace.Protocol=1

    #
    # Security Tracing
    #
    # 0 = no security tracing (default)
    # 1 = trace messages
    #
    #IceSSL.Trace.Security=1

    #
    # SSL Configuration
    #
    Ice.Plugin.IceSSL=IceSSL:createIceSSL
    IceSSL.DefaultDir=../../../certs
    IceSSL.CertAuthFile=cacert.pem
    IceSSL.CertFile=s_rsa1024_pub.pem
    IceSSL.KeyFile=s_rsa1024_priv.pem
  • xdmxdm La Coruña, SpainAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Jose Gutierrez de la ConchaOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Ice Developer ZeroC Staff
    Hi Quiao

    I think the problem is that in your config file IceSSL.DefaultDir is set to a relative path, could you change this to an absolute path and check if this solve the issue.

    If this doesn´t help could you look in Windows Event Viewer for a more detailed error message.

    Regards,
    José
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