Some antivirus software might affect the installer. Turn antivirus software off during installation. If antivirus software is running when you start the installer, you might receive an error dialog. The antivirus software might have reported CloudBees Accelerator files as a virus and removed them from the temp location. As a workaround, turn off the antivirus software and rerun the installer.
If Norton Antivirus software is installed, disable it before installation to avoid serious file system conflicts. If Norton Antivirus cannot be disabled, put the ECloud directory in an exclusion list or disable the AutoProtect feature. If you need more information, contact CloudBees technical support. For contact information, see https://support.cloudbees.com/.
CloudBees recommends umask 0022. Do not set a different umask during installation.
On Solaris systems, you must use an absolute path for the installation directory.
By default, mysqlcheck looks for
~/.my.cnf ` for configuration information. The installer does not currently copy my.cnf to `/etc, causing mysqlcheck to fail. You must add the following to the
mysqlcheck command line parameter:
--defaults-file=<path_to_my.cnf> For example:
mysqlcheck --defaults-file=/opt/ecloud/i686_Linux/mysql/my.cnf -o ecloud
Because of a limitation of the Linux operating system, global system named pipes are not compatible with LOFS. To work around this limitation, you must add the directory containing each named pipe that is used by your builds to the list of bind mounts.
On each agent machine, complete the following steps.
Log in as root.
/opt/ecloud/i686_Linux/bin/runagent.localfile and add the following lines to that file:
set tmpBindmounts [sandbox bindmounts]lappend tmpBindmounts <list of absolute paths to named pipes>sandbox bindmounts [lsort -unique $tmpBindmounts]
Restart the machine.
This procedure adds the new location to the list of bind mounts in a way that is preserved across upgrades. Note that LOFS supports creating “local” (used by a single job) named pipes.
The installation log file (
install_$timestamp.log ) is in the installation directory’s root by default. For example,
/opt/ecloud/install_20190701_1502.log on Linux or
C:\ECloud\install_20190701_1502.log on Windows.
Installer error messages appear in this file. For detailed information about the most common error messages for the Installer component of CloudBees Accelerator, see Installer Error Messages. The range for installer error codes is 6000–6999.