[JDEV] Trouble with local JUD

David Waite dwaite at jabber.com
Wed Apr 11 13:28:57 CDT 2001

Sorry, I helped Ørjan out with his problem.

The first problem was using the server name instead of another unique name
(like 'jud.servername')

The second problem was that there is a <service> block to add to the jsm
block for reported services for browse and agents requests, and a <service>
block for loading and running the jud. Both of these were in the JSM
configuration, so the service was never being loaded.

-David Waite

DJ Adams wrote:

> Hi Ørjan
> In case you are still struggling (I don't see any further msgs in this
> thread) - I'll put in my two pence
> silly things out of the way first:
> are you sure the <service id="jud"><host.....> stuff isn't between
> XML comments (<!-- ... -->) so that the jabberd isn't able to find
> the instance definition?
> you refer to the 1.4 howto, so I assume you're installing JUD against
> 1.4, so the jud directory is normally jud-1.4/ - however I see you've
> used "jud/jud.so" in your examples... Is this OK?
> OK, now theory:
> the jud doesn't need to be resolvable as it's local(ly defined as a
> service component instance in the config). This suggests two things:
> (a) there shouldn't be any need to edit /etc/hosts with jud entries
> (b) the console log output that you quote suggests that it's trying
> to resolve the jud.vkhd.... name which suggests that it _hasn't_ found
> anything matching that locally (i.e. it's passed it to the dnsrv/dialback
> component).
> I've proved (a) to myself by installing jud without any hostname/DNS
> changes and it works, and (b) is just a theory, as I'm still learning
> of course :-)
> So it would seem to me the problem is that the JUD service definition
> is not getting recognised properly.
> Debug output (as temas suggests) by starting the server with -D and
> capturing STDERR would be very useful...
> dj
> (ready to be kicked for false assumptions...)
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