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HTTP Status 404 - /swvm/ConsoleContainer.jsp, The Requested Source is not available

Created by Mark Aliola, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

The following error message appears in VMan web application but the tomcat daemon is running fine upon checking.

HTTP Status 404 - /swvm/ConsoleContainer.jsp

The Requested Source is not available

Environment

VMan v6.x

Cause 

The Lucene Index file is corrupted, missing or was modified to a different file name. 

Resolution

  1. SSH to your VMan appliance using an Admin account.
  2. Switch to root:
    # sudo su
  3. Stop the Tomcat service:
    # service tomcat stop
  4. Remove the Lucene index:
    # rm -rf /data/var/hyper9/data/index
  5. Start the Tomcat service:
    # service tomcat start
  6. Check and confirm that you now have access to view the management console. Otherwise, reboot the VMan appliance using the admin console.

 

 

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04:09, 23 Jun 2016

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