Crucible is not starting after executing ./crucible/bin/start.sh

I have installed crucible 3.3.3 newly in the Red hat Linux 5 box for the first time.

in the .../var/log/fisheye.out out i am getting following output

2014-04-15 10:57:38,396 INFO - Adding secondary content dir of /home/crucible/fisheye_data/content
2014-04-15 10:58:04,376 INFO - Starting database...
2014-04-15 10:58:29,870 INFO - Database started.
2014-04-15 10:58:36,512 INFO - Starting plugin system...
2014-04-15 10:58:57,258 INFO - Mail system not configured.
2014-04-15 11:00:14,905 INFO - Plugin system started.
2014-04-15 11:00:18,685 INFO - Server started on :8060 (http) (control port on 127.0.0.1:8059)

But i was not abel to see anyting when i launch http://my_hostip:8060

Can you help me what is wrong in the installation?

Regards

Guru

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I found the issue!!.

When I complete installing Crucible, services in Linux were running fine. But no information was posted in the browser as it was empty. After reading the release notes i have realized that i was trying to access crucible UI from the unsupported version of browser(IE 8 with Crucible 3.3.3). I had resolved this by downgrading the crucible version to 3.2.

Suggestion: Would it be nice to have a message populated in the browser if the unsupported version is being used. This would have saved lot of my time and effort.

Thanks

Can someone please clarify me?

Hi Guru Prasad,

Is there any particular error mentioned on the logs files located at FISHEYE_INST/var/log ?

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