[GeoNode-users] GeoNode Windows Installation question
alessio.fabiani at geo-solutions.it
Fri Aug 25 00:57:36 PDT 2017
windows installer should install a 32bit version of Python 2.7 along with
virtualenvironment under the GeoNode folder.
It also makes an installation of JRE7, Postgresql and Postgis, Apache HTTPD
and Tomcat. It tries to keep everything under the geonode folder, but it
needs also to installs services on Windows. Therefore on Windows machines
with previous versions of similar components the behavior is unpredictable.
I kindly suggest you to test the installer on a clean (as much as possible)
Windows environment or on a Virtual Machine.
Moreover from you specific logs it looks to me that a dependency is
missing. Most probably it is not loading correctly the virtual environment.
Hard to say the reason currently.
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On Thu, Aug 24, 2017 at 10:21 AM, Chris Jackson <webturtles at gmail.com>
> Hi all
> Apologies in advance for this!
> I installed GeoNode 2.6 using the Windows installer yesterday, and am
> trying to work out why nothing seems to work. I am working on a W2012 R2
> 64bit server, which admittedly is running various IIS sites, Tomcat 6,
> Geoserver 2.5 etc, so admittedly not a very clean environment!
> First up the install killed IIS (fixed by changing Apache config to
> another port) - would be helpful to control that setting as part of the
> I have now got Tomcat 7 working, though Geoserver isn't - war unwrapped
> okay (probably integration related and the fact Apache isn't happy).
> Looking at the Apaches logs - I get the following cyclic error:
> [Thu Aug 24 09:01:31.226711 2017] [wsgi:warn] [pid 4368:tid 536] mod_wsgi:
> Runtime using Python/2.7.13.
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "D:/GeoNode-2.6.x/geonode-2.6.x\lib\site.py", line 703, in <module>
> File "D:/GeoNode-2.6.x/geonode-2.6.x\lib\site.py", line 692, in main
> File "D:/GeoNode-2.6.x/geonode-2.6.x\lib\site.py", line 515, in
> import locale, codecs
> File "D:\GeoNode-2.6.x\geonode-2.6.x\lib\locale.py", line 19, in
> import functools
> ImportError: No module named functools
> I have put the python folder in the environment path, wonder if it is
> perms or a misalignment of Python/Apache things (32bit/64bit)?!
> I wonder if the install completed properly (due to conflicts with
> pre-existing settings) and am trying to work out if I persevere with
> tweaking to get it working, or need to install GeoNode another way. Is
> there an installation log saved as part of the install? Are there any
> other windows guides out there beyond the installer approach?
> Appreciate any thoughts people may have!
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