One thing you might want to check is the firewall settings on your remote nodes. It sounds like some communication might be stalled some place and this might be preventing terracota from communicating between your nodes. The demo should have agents basically moving around the grid; however, outside of that there is not much behavior as this is just a demo of using terracotta.
On Jan 4, 2011, at 6:50 PM, charlie1kimo wrote:
> Hi all,
> Recently I am trying to run repast with terracotta as well. I tried to get
> the terracotta demo in repast package (the one with AgentManager.java and
> DoSomeActionAgent.java) to work but to no avail.
> Is this demo suppose to do something? or this demo is just a template for
> putting terracotta in your project?
> Here's my test runs with terracott:
> I've copied the terracotta demo into a separate project, and started from
> I configured the eclipse terracotta plugins and run configuration to read
> the correct tc-config.xml as well.
> Due to the bug in eclipse 64bit and terracotta plugin, I have to start the
> terracotta server from command line, but that's ok because the terracotta
> server started fine; I can also connect to the terracotta managing console.
> Then I ran this repast terracotta demo with DSO terracotta, and the
> following is what I got:
> 2011-01-04 16:41:33,160 INFO - Terracotta 3.4.0, as of 20101104-141154
> (Revision 16614 by cruise@su10mo4 from 3.4)
> 2011-01-04 16:41:33,566 INFO - Successfully loaded base configuration from
> file at
> 2011-01-04 16:41:33,753 INFO - Log file:
> 2011-01-04 16:41:35,126 INFO - Connection successfully established to server
> at 127.0.0.1:9510
> log4j:WARN No appenders could be found for logger
> log4j:WARN Please initialize the log4j system properly.
> Apparently it can connect to my server, but it died immediately after the
> connection due to the famous log4j error. (seems lots of people have this
> So I tried to run this demo without terracotta, and it seemed to work,
> except it hanged at "starting workers" when I initialized it:
> list with routing IDs = [ localhost ]
> routing ID for fail-over node = localhost
> -- starting workers...
> Is this the right behavior for this demo? I have a feeling that this demo is
> actually doing NOTHING.
> anyone has any ideas? In addition, I believed my log4j can be found in the
> build path, since it ran without terracotta successfully, it just hanged at
> the "starting workers."
> Lastly, some side notes for people who also testing this, when I ran this
> demo without terracotta DSO, I have to input parameter for "routerIDs."
> "routerIDs" has to have at least 2 hosts, separated by comma.
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions
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