The requested resource has not been defined NT-ware MOM HTTP Server


(Aman) #1

Hi,

I am using DGraph 1.0.3 (Windows 10), till last year its working properly but when I open localhost:8000 it says an error The requested resource has not been defined NT-ware MOM HTTP Server

On hitting the url https://localhost:8080/ I am getting below output.
Dgraph browser is available for running separately using the dgraph-ratel binary

And the URL is redirected to https://localhost:8443/
Can anyone help me on this.
@dmai

Thanks.


(Aman Mangal) #2

Hi Aman,

I just tried using docker-compose on windows 10. Here is my docker-compose file -

version: "3.0"
services:
  alpha1:
    image: dgraph/dgraph
    container_name: alpha1
    working_dir: /working/alpha1
    labels:
      cluster: flock-cluster
    ports:
    - 8080:8080
    - 9080:9080
    command: dgraph alpha -p /data/alpha1/p -w /data/alpha1/w -o 100 --my=alpha1:7180 --lru_mb=1024
      --zero=zero1:5080 --logtostderr -v=2
  alpha2:
    image: dgraph/dgraph
    container_name: alpha2
    working_dir: /working/alpha2
    depends_on:
    - alpha1
    labels:
      cluster: flock-cluster
    ports:
    - 8082:8082
    - 9082:9082
    command: dgraph alpha -p /data/alpha2/p -w /data/alpha2/w -o 102 --my=alpha2:7182 --lru_mb=1024
      --zero=zero1:5080 --logtostderr -v=2
  alpha3:
    image: dgraph/dgraph
    container_name: alpha3
    working_dir: /working/alpha3
    depends_on:
    - alpha2
    labels:
      cluster: flock-cluster
    ports:
    - 8083:8083
    - 9083:9083
    command: dgraph alpha -p /data/alpha3/p -w /data/alpha3/w -o 103 --my=alpha3:7183 --lru_mb=1024
      --zero=zero1:5080 --logtostderr -v=2
  zero1:
    image: dgraph/dgraph
    container_name: zero1
    working_dir: /working/zero1
    labels:
      cluster: flock-cluster
    ports:
    - 5080:5080
    - 6080:6080
    command: dgraph zero -w /data/zero1/zw -o 0 --idx=1 --my=zero1:5080 --replicas=3
      --logtostderr -v=2 --bindall
  zero2:
    image: dgraph/dgraph
    container_name: zero2
    working_dir: /working/zero2
    depends_on:
    - zero1
    labels:
      cluster: flock-cluster
    ports:
    - 5082:5082
    - 6082:6082
    command: dgraph zero -w /data/zero2/zw -o 2 --idx=2 --my=zero2:5082 --replicas=3
      --logtostderr -v=2 --peer=zero1:5080
  zero3:
    image: dgraph/dgraph
    container_name: zero3
    working_dir: /working/zero3
    depends_on:
    - zero2
    labels:
      cluster: flock-cluster
    ports:
    - 5083:5083
    - 6083:6083
    command: dgraph zero -w /data/zero3/zw -o 3 --idx=3 --my=zero3:5083 --replicas=3
      --logtostderr -v=2 --peer=zero1:5080
  ratel:
    image: dgraph/dgraph
    container_name: ratel
    depends_on:
      - alpha1
    labels:
      cluster: flock-cluster
    ports:
    - 8000:8000
    command: dgraph-ratel
volumes: {}

If you to http://localhost:8000/, I am able to run ratel and run queries on it.

Thanks


(Michel Conrado) #3

This means that Dgraph is running.

Never saw that error before. But try to change the port

./dgraph-ratel -port 3300

(Aman) #4

Thanks @MichelDiz it worked.
Might be some other process is using that port.

Thanks again.


(Aman) #5

@amanmangal, I don’t know what exactly is running on 8000, but after I changed the ratel-ui port to 3300 its working fine.