Graylog site cannot be reached


(Clayton Tavernier) #1

Graylog was working fine before I did the upgrade to 2.4.5 a few days ago. Now I get the “site can’t be reached” message.

A link to my server.conf is below.

Suggestions?

https://drive.google.com/file/d/15ARhvuUippAFsiH8Xa2VYw4Lxr-zZJf1


(Jan Doberstein) #2

you should elaborate a little on your setup. Did you have a proxy running to server Graylog?

If not, your REST_API is only listening on localhost of the Graylog server so your Browser is not able to connect to the API.


(Clayton Tavernier) #3

Thanks.

I changed the setting to “rest_listen_uri = http://0.0.0.0:9000/api/” and it didn’t seem to make a difference.

Any other ideas?


(Jan Doberstein) #4

you should read what is written in the configuration when you use that setting … and check if that fits your environment.


(Clayton Tavernier) #5

My server is Ubuntu 14.04 and I had a working Graylog server running (I created it from the OVA so I’m not sure of the version but I’m guessing 2.4).

I changed the rest_listen_uri back to http://127.0.0.1:9000/api/ and the web_listen_uri back to http://127.0.0.1:9000/ and nothing changed.

And I don’t think the web settings are the problem. I was trying a bunch more stuff and I realized that the graylog-server service wasn’t running. This is what I get when I try to restart.

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.057433] init: graylog-server main process (1287) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.057450] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.069268] init: graylog-server main process (1289) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.069279] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.078534] init: graylog-server main process (1291) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.078544] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.087689] init: graylog-server main process (1293) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.087699] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.099926] init: graylog-server main process (1295) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.099951] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.110878] init: graylog-server main process (1297) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.110901] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.118316] init: graylog-server main process (1299) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.118329] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.123184] init: graylog-server main process (1301) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.123195] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.126992] init: graylog-server main process (1303) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.127003] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.131050] init: graylog-server main process (1305) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.131061] init: graylog-server main process ended, respawning

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.135135] init: graylog-server main process (1307) terminated with status 127

Jun 27 09:22:38 graylog kernel: [ 679.135146] init: graylog-server respawning too fast, stopped

Any suggestions?


(Jan Doberstein) #6

The OVA has limited abilities when it comes to customizations. All should be done with the graylog-ctl script and are described in the documentation: http://docs.graylog.org/en/2.4/pages/configuration/graylog_ctl.html


(Clayton Tavernier) #7

Hmm, no graylog-ctl command found.

I’m starting to think I should just start over.


(Jan Doberstein) #8

when the current status is not clear, a fresh start would be best.

Just pick the OS you know the best and follow our step-by-step guides

http://docs.graylog.org/en/2.4/pages/installation/operating_system_packages.html#step-by-step-guides


(system) #9

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