1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 29, 2011 7:48 AM by Pete Muir

    What does "Not using a channel lookup" mean?

    Eric B Newbie

      Hi,

       

      I've been unsuccessfully trying to launch AS6 cluster using JDBC_PING, but everytime I start up, I get the following error messages:

       

      16:10:07,252 ERROR [JGroupsTransport] Errors instantiating [org.jboss.ha.ispn.DefaultCacheContainerFactory$ChannelFactoryChannelLookup]!  Not using a channel lookup.

      16:10:07,254 INFO  [JGroupsTransport] Unable to use any JGroups configuration mechanisms provided in properties {channelLookup=org.jboss.ha.ispn.DefaultCacheContainerFactory$ChannelFactoryChannelLookup, stack=tcp, channelFactory=org.jboss.ha.framework.server.JChannelFactory@72f264c6, channelId=DefaultPartition-HAPartition}.  Using default JGroups configuration!

       

       

      I've tried everything I can think of, but just am unable to get this error to disappear.  I downloaded the Infinispan sources, and looked in org.infinispan.remoting.transport.jgroups.JGroupsTransport to see if the sources could help me understand this error, but it is simply the result of a generic Exception being caught:

       

      {format:java}

                  try {

                     JGroupsChannelLookup lookup = (JGroupsChannelLookup) Util.getInstance(channelLookupClassName);

                     channel = lookup.getJGroupsChannel(props);

                     startChannel = lookup.shouldStartAndConnect();

                     stopChannel = lookup.shouldStopAndDisconnect();

                  } catch (ClassCastException e) {

                     log.error("Class [" + channelLookupClassName + "] cannot be cast to JGroupsChannelLookup!  Not using a channel lookup.");

                  } catch (Exception e) {

                     log.error("Errors instantiating [" + channelLookupClassName + "]!  Not using a channel lookup.");

                  }

      {format:java}

       

       

       

      Can anyone shed some light as to what this error message means?  And how to avoid getting it?


      Thanks!

       

      Eric