Calamari on RHEL does not come up after reboot.
If you reboot the Calamari server, the UI cannot connect back.
The problem is probably due to all sorts of services not restarting.
Apache does not restart, for example. This may be a problem with yum
services in general.
#6 Updated by Dan Mick about 7 years ago
- Subject changed from Calamari on RHEL 7 does not come up after reboot. to Calamari on RHEL does not come up after reboot.
So, from a discussion on #systemd, I am now under the impression that Fedora et. al. expect part of the app installation process to include "instruct the user as to how to run chkconfig on/service start or systemctl enable/systemctl start for all services you depend on."
This strikes me as mildly insane, so I want to check this assertion with RedHat people who might pose as experts on how apps should deal with system services. One thought is to include such things in calamari-ctl initialize, perhaps with explicit confirmation from the user if someone feels that's necessary.
(I get the "don't enable network listens unless I explicitly allow it", but that's in conflict with the "install the application and get it to work", and I need to understand what the right resolution of that tension is.)