Start up problem talking to Riak

Alex Moore amoore at basho.com
Mon Feb 13 09:39:05 EST 2017


Hi David,

In your riak.conf files, what do the "listener.protobuf.internal" and
 "listener.http.internal" lines look like?  Are they bound to "127.0.0.1:xxxx",
"0.0.0.0:xxxx", or the external ip address?

Thanks,
Alex

On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 5:00 AM, AWS <aws at lhdavid.co.uk> wrote:

>  I know that this isn't directly a Riak issue but I am sure that some of
> you have met this before and can maybe help me. I am used to Macs and
> Windows but have now set up an Ubuntu 14.04LTS server on my home network. I
> have 5 fixed IP addresses so the server has its own external address. I
> have opened port 8098 on my router to point at the server and checked that
> ufw isn't running. I have tested with it running ufw and with  'allow 8098'
> applied. I still cannot connect to Riak. On the same computer I get a pong
> back to a ping so Riak seems to be OK.
>
> I have a Riak server running on AWS and had trouble setting that up until
> I, eventually, opened all ports.
>
> Can anyone please suggest some steps that I might take? I need this
> running for an Open University course that I am studying. My AWS free
> server runs out before the course finishes so I have to get this up and
> running soon.
> Thanks  in advance.
> David
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