I'm not sure if these issues are related or not, but I'm getting an error
message when I want to access the root of the ODB via the webserver:
[mhttpd,ERROR] [mhttpd.cxx:563:rread,ERROR] Cannot read file '/root', read of
4096 returned -1, errno 21 (Is a directory)
I also tried turning the re-direct from http to https off, but this does not
seem to work. I also noticed that the redirect changes the localhost into a
hostname. Where does mongoose take this hostname from?
EDIT: Seems that the change of the hostname is due to a setting in /etc/hosts,
i.e. all my fault ...
EDIT: I think there was some issue with the mhttpd. When I checked the output (I
used screen to run it), it was full of these messages:
ss_semaphore_wait_for: semop/semtimedop(2588679) returned -1, errno 43
al_check: Something is wrong with our semaphore, ss_semaphore_wait_for()
returned 408, aborting.
al_check: Cannot abort - this will lock you out of odb. From this point, MIDAS
will not work correctly. Please read the discussion at
Restarted it and it stopped redirecting. So accessing the root of the ODB via
the webserver is the only issue now.