Everything freshened through Software Updates yesterday.
There is no other Agent Controller running.
Security is Off.
I don't see IAC listed as an item in the About Features list. Is it
supposed to be there?
I did get one of these (nested): "Agent Controller is unavailable under
port 10002. Make sure that the service is started and the port number is
correct under preferences."
The nested exception was: AgentControllerUnavailableException: Error:
Unable to connect to the Agent Controller.Connection refused: connect
Connection refused ???
I tried disabling Start/stop in Preferences to force it to run at
Workbench starup, but that didn't make any difference.
This is the first time I've tried to use Profiling on this installation,
so I can truthfully say that it's never worked.
I had similar problems on Windows XP Eclipse 3.3.2, TPTP 4.4.1.
My workaround is: Start Workbench (or at least the Agent Controller) as
Dennis Forcier schrieb:
> One other oddity: I brought up the workbench with IAC Start/stop
> Disabled in Preferences. When I try to set it Enabled I get this error:
> "AC home is null. Didn't generate config file"
> Something really does seem to be fubar. I don't see this or the
> 'Connection refused' symptom mentioned in the '..not available on
> localhost:10002' Bug description.
Richard Adams Messages: 77 Registered: July 2009 Location: Edinburgh
I have the same problem too (no agent controller found), running Windows
XP, Java1.6, Eclipse 126.96.36.199.
Its pretty disappointing as so much of the profiling and testing depends
on the agent controller. Does it make any difference to download the zip
directly rather than from the update site?
Richard Adams wrote:
> I have the same problem too (no agent controller found), running Windows
> XP, Java1.6, Eclipse 188.8.131.52.
> Its pretty disappointing as so much of the profiling and testing depends
> on the agent controller. Does it make any difference to download the
> zip and install
> directly rather than from the update site?
Please seem some recent posts in this newsgroup suggesting that there
*is* a difference.