Instructions for using Artdaq Web Config Editor.

This page provides instructions for troubleshooting Artdaq configuration tools and services running on Two systemd services must be running for the web configuration editor to work mongod and node, which spawns twenty sub-processes. Both of them can be checked from either pduser or root accounts. Carefully review outputs, and look for complaints and error messages, which point to a problem.

systemctl status  webconfigeditor@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service
systemctl status  mongodbserver@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service

If the reported status is not active then login as root and issue a restart, or wait for 5 mins until systemd does it automatically.

systemctl restart webconfigeditor@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service
systemctl restart  mongodbserver@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service

Confirm that both services are enabled using the following commands

systemctl is-enabled webconfigeditor@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service
systemctl is-enabled  mongodbserver@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service
, and if not enable them by running the following commands as root
systemctl enabled webconfigeditor@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service
systemctl enabled  mongodbserver@cern_pddaq_v3_db.service.

Instructions for using Artdaq Web Config Editor.

-- GennadiyLukhanin - 2017-07-29

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