|Status:||Closed||Start date:||Apr 11, 2016|
|Priority:||Urgent||Due date:||Apr 15, 2016|
|Assignee:||_InfraScience Systems Engineer||% Done:|
There is a discrepancy between the RStudio installation and the R installation. When starting the RStudio interface on http://rstudio.d4science.org/ the following error occurs:
Error in tools:::httpdPort > 0L : comparison (6) is possible only for atomic and list types 11 Apr 2016 13:57:35 [rsession-gianpaolo.coro] ERROR r error 4 (R code execution error) [errormsg=Error in tools:::httpdPort > 0L : comparison (6) is possible only for atomic and list types ]; OCCURRED AT: core::Error r::exec::<unnamed>::evaluateExpressionsUnsafe(SEXPREC*, SEXPREC*, SEXPREC**, r::sexp::Protect*) /home/ubuntu/rstudio/src/cpp/r/RExec.cpp:148; LOGGED FROM: core::Error session::modules::help::initialize() /home/ubuntu/rstudio/src/cpp/session/modules/SessionHelp.cpp:892
Which is probably due to an obsolete version of RStudio (see http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/Warning-message-when-starting-RStudio-td4706292.html)
#3 Updated by Andrea Dell'Amico over 3 years ago
- Priority changed from Immediate to Urgent
- Infrastructure Development added
Gianpaolo does not need an updated rstudio.d4science.org for his teaching. Let's proceed this way
- update R and rstudio-server on rstudio-dev.d4science.org, and test that it works without errors (automate the rstudio-server installation procedure)
- When rstudio-dev.d4science.org works, update rstudio.d4science.org the same way
Note that I added 2 additional GB of RAM to the rstudio.d4science.org VM because I've seen OOM errors in the logs. They are old, but all the memory is used right now. The VM need to be shutdown/restarted to see the additional memory.
#11 Updated by Gianpaolo Coro over 3 years ago
I cannot access to rstudio-dev.d4science.org. Both TabMan and direct access to the RStudio url send me to http://rstudio-dev.d4science.org/r-connector/gcube/service/disconnect , which says that I'm disconnected. Perhaps this requires updating the RStudio Connector. @firstname.lastname@example.org could you please give it a look?