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gadamiak
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RH403 Lab start: Fail Verify CDN listing

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Hi,

I'm facing this issue for the second time during this course when starting a new lab:

$ lab start network-configure
...
FAIL Vefiry CDN Listing
- Command did not exit with the expected code
- Expected: 0, Received: 7
- Command id not print the expected message
- 'content' not found in command output
- Cannot continue starting lab
An error has occured. Check the logs for more details

That error message is not much of help. Where can I find those `lab` logs?

Last time I had to recreate the lab to be able to proceed. This time (ch08s02) I checked the services on both satellite and capsule and restarted them to no avail.

Any thoughts?

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @gadamiak ,

We have identified a bug and are working on to fix it soon. 

When you get this error , log onto utility server as root and then start the nginx service. Post that try running the lab script - it should work fine. 

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @gadamiak !

It has already been fixed. Create a fresh lab environment ( after deleting the existing one ) and then recheck the same. 

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @gadamiak ,

Thanks for reaching out !

Regret the inconvenience caused to you due to this issue. Have you reached out to support yet ? If not , please do so and they will help you for the same. 

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gadamiak
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Hi @Chetan_Tiwary_ ,

Yes, I created a request with the support. Since then I recreated the lab to be able to proceed.

Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @gadamiak !

Were you able to recheck this ?  I tried the lab today and it seems working fine. 

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gadamiak
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As I wrote, I recreated the lab and then was able to proceed. That fixed the issue.

However, the support was not helpful in providing an answer to my question where the logs of the `lab` application are located. Probably it was possible to fix the issue without having to recreate the lab.

Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @gadamiak ,

We have identified a bug and are working on to fix it soon. 

When you get this error , log onto utility server as root and then start the nginx service. Post that try running the lab script - it should work fine. 

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Worked for me, thanks! 

gadamiak
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The nginx service is disabled so it doesn't autostart. The solution is:

[root@utility ~]# systemctl enable nginx [--now]

Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @gadamiak !

It has already been fixed. Create a fresh lab environment ( after deleting the existing one ) and then recheck the same. 

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