2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 16, 2015 3:02 AM by 濱野 正樹 RSS

    Engine Not Found

    Donish Nasim

      Hello,

       

      I have 2 nodes I am trying to connect, Central (with Repository, Scheduler, Proxy, and Engine) and Hub (with Repository, Proxy, and Engine) . I have done an install of each of these nodes on 2 separate remote desktops. After installation of both I went into the Central node qmc and connected the Hub node to make sure that it appeared on in the node tab of Central's qmc, which it does (says 3 out of 3 systems are running). However when I attempt to go to the hub of my hub node I get an error saying that Engine not found.

       

      It should also be noted that I can get onto the Hub's qmc which is identical to Central's qmc.

       

      Why am I getting an engine not found error when the qmc states that all the systems are running?

        • Re: Engine Not Found
          Michael Tarallo

          Hi Donish - is this a purchased copy (licensed) or trial version of Qlik Sense Server?

           

          If purchased - you can can open a case with Qlik support at support@qlik.com - if a trial - you should be able to get someone from the pre-sales side at Qlik to help you. Let me know and I will see if I can facilitate this.

           

          Hey jog - any ideas?

           

          Regards,

           

          Mike T

          Qlik

          • Re: Engine Not Found
            濱野 正樹

            Hi,

             

            Before reaching to Qlik support, I advise you to check the followings:

             

            1. On the virtual proxies setting of both central and rim nodes, check if you have added the load balancing nodes in the following manner.

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            2. If you added a remote node in the load balancing nodes setting, the port 4747 (Engine/QES listen port) needs to be opened in Windows Firewall on the remote node.

             

            Masaki