Re: Could not alias [g] to [g] as [g]
Yamiteru XYZ <yamit...@...>
So it had to be something with a firewall blocking some of the ports.. I've disabled the firewall and it works. Thank you :)toggle quoted message Show quoted text
On Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at 2:33:55 PM UTC+1 HadoopMarc wrote:
OK, I understand now what you mean with "I see this error only on my server ". What happens if you try to open a websocket connection with a test webscocket client, e.g. for firefox:It might be that the server does not have an open 8182 port. For less wilder guesses, I really need more information (client stacktrace, server logs, etc).Best wishes, MarcOp dinsdag 5 januari 2021 om 12:38:27 UTC+1 schreef ya...@...:I'm using the docker version and I haven't changed anything. Where do I find the yaml config? I've tested it on 2 PC's (ubuntu and windows) and it works without a problem. It doesn't work only on a server (ubuntu).On Monday, January 4, 2021 at 5:37:37 PM UTC+1 HadoopMarc wrote:Hi,Can you show the gremlin server yaml config file (part of janusgraph) as well as the groovy script file it refers to? The groovy script should define the GraphTraversalSource g that you want to bind to.Best wishes, MarcOp zondag 3 januari 2021 om 23:56:20 UTC+1 schreef ya...@...:Hi, I have JanusGraph with Scylla and Elasticsearch in a docker. I'm connecting to JanusGraph on backend using gremlin.
I see this error only on my server and not on my local machine. What does it mean and more importantly how do I fix it? I'm a noob when it comes to backend and database stuff so please be kind. Thank you.