Newbie: Compile Error

Madireddy Samuel Vijaykumar mad.vijay at
Wed Jan 20 06:01:31 EST 2010

On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 8:11 PM, Bryan Fink <bryan at> wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 4:36 AM, Madireddy Samuel Vijaykumar
> <mad.vijay at> wrote:
> > Thanks Bryan,
> >
> > Yes not the test passes and I am able create buckets, keys and all that
> riak
> > was built for.
> Hooray!  I've also just committed a patch to the riak-admin script,
> which really solves the problem by learning the proper way to specify
> a node name by copying the format of the -name parameter in
> etc/vm.args.  You should be able to revert your change and pull down
> the latest version from
> > But, the riak seems have bound itself to the loopback address how do i
> make
> > make i bind it my LAN ip?
> If you're talking about the http interface, over which your
> application will probably talk to riak, edit the 'riak_web_ip' setting
> in etc/app.config.  Either your external IP or "" should work.
> If you're talking about the erlang interface, which Riak cluster nodes
> use to connect to each other, change the IP address after the '@' in
> the -name parameter of etc/vm.args.
> -Bryan

Thanks Bryan,

Call me luck or what :). I have managed to setup a riak cluster successfully
and was able to add, and test the failover :)

But I was trying some curl calls out and I and not able get the ouput
without any error. Here is what  i get.

riak2:~/riak/client_lib# curl
riak2:~/riak/client_lib# curl
<html><head><title>500 Internal Server
Error</title></head><body><h1>Internal Server Error</h1>The server
encountered an error while processing this



web server</ADDRESS></body></html>

Above the ground and vertical
... is a good day!
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