> Actually, it looks like the first call just hangs (sometimes, until it eventually times out) and a second call is what produces the error.
> I know, in older versions, just generating a project and running it would produce a page that says an index file should be provided but that Artanis was up and running but I don't know if things have changed, on that front, since last I tried out Artanis and I now need to provide initial files for things to work out of the gate.
> On Saturday, February 15, 2020, 2:45:45 PM CST, Jaft <address@hidden
> I had recently downloaded the most recent release of Artanis and was just trying to get a generated project to run (no additional edits – other than changing the port –, like enabling database usage or the like).
> However, trying to hit the running project results in this error:
> Loading conf/artanis.conf...done.Session with SIMPLE backend init done!Loading models...Loading controllers...Loading restful API...Regenerating route cache ...Server core: ragnarokhttp://127.0.0.1:1234Anytime you want to quit just try Ctrl+C, thanks!Backtrace: 11 (apply-smob/1 #<catch-closure ff83d0>)In ice-9/boot-9.scm: 705:2 10 (call-with-prompt _ _ #<procedure default-prompt-handle…>)In ice-9/eval.scm: 619:8 9 (_ #(#(#<directory (guile-user) 1052910>)))In /usr/bin/art: 42:12 8 (_ _ _)In artanis/commands/work.scm: 144:8 7 (work . _)In artanis/server/ragnarok.scm: 630:10 6 (establish-http-gateway _) 450:27 5 (ragnarok-http-gateway-run _) 420:6 4 (get-one-request-from-clients #<r6rs:record:ragnarok-p…> …) 218:4 3 (fill-ready-queue-from-service _ #<r6rs:record:ragnarok…>)In ice-9/boot-9.scm: 260:13 2 (for-each #<procedure 12f0060 at artanis/server/ragnar…> …)In artanis/server/ragnarok.scm: 245:16 1 (_ (0 . 1))In artanis/server/epoll.scm: 220:4 0 (exists-in-epoll? 15 0)
> artanis/server/epoll.scm:220:4: In procedure exists-in-epoll?:Throw to key `artanis-err' with args `(500 #<procedure epoll-ctl (epfd op fd event #:key check-exists?)> "~a: ~a" (15 2 0 #f "Bad file descriptor") (9))'.
> I can't make out the cause so I thought I'd ask.
> Thank you for any help!