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Verifying AUSST setup

New Here ,
Mar 09, 2019 Mar 09, 2019

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It says in the AUSST setup guide to verify the setup by checking that the clients are able to download the updaterfeed.xml file can be downloaded. But this file does not exist and I have done the initial sync of AUSST and ran multiple incremental syncs. Does anyone know when or if this file gets generated anymore? Looking at an older AUSST server I used to have the AUSST logs show that the updaterfeed.xml files are downloaded almost immediately, its the first thing it does. But it does not show this in the new AUSST version 5 logs.

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New Here , Mar 12, 2019 Mar 12, 2019

Thanks for the reply. I followed that document to verify AUSST, however there is no updaterfeed.xml file. I have since found out from opening a support case with Adobe that that the updaterfeed.xml files are only generated if you run a sync with AUSST and use the --legacyUpdates switch. So the documentation regarding this to is incorrect and will be updated.

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 11, 2019 Mar 11, 2019

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Hi,

The documentation states:

   

As a simple test to check that the web server is running correctly, check that the updaterfeed.xml files on the update server can be accessed from browsers on the end-user computers. Essentially, you need to ensure that the web server is working, independent of the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool.

The updaterfeed.xml files are located at the following path, determined by the parameters in the overrides file:
http://<Domain>:<Port>/<URL>/updaterfeed.xml

For example, let us assume that the override file has the following entries:

   

<Overrides>

    <Application appID="webfeed">

        <Domain>http://serverabc.example.com</Domain>

        <URL>/ausst/webfeed/oobe/aam20/win/</URL>

        <Port>8089</Port>

    </Application>

    <Application appID="updates">

        <Domain>http://serverabc.example.com</Domain>

        <URL>/ausst/updates/oobe/aam20/win/</URL>

        <Port>8089</Port>

    </Application>

    <Application appID="webfeed20">

        <Domain>http://serverabc.example.com</Domain>

        <URL>/ausst/webfeed/oobe/aam20/win/</URL>

        <Port>8089</Port>

    </Application>

    <Application appID="updates20">

        <Domain>http://serverabc.example.com </Domain>

        <URL>/ausst/updates/oobe/aam20/win/</URL>

        <Port>8089</Port>

    </Application>

</Overrides>

   

In this case, the location of the updaterfeed.xml files are as follows:

http://serverabc.example.com:1234/Adobe/CS/webfeed/oobe/aam20/win/updaterfeed.xml

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Thanks for the reply. I followed that document to verify AUSST, however there is no updaterfeed.xml file. I have since found out from opening a support case with Adobe that that the updaterfeed.xml files are only generated if you run a sync with AUSST and use the --legacyUpdates switch. So the documentation regarding this to is incorrect and will be updated.

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 13, 2019 Mar 13, 2019

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Thanks, I will feed that back.

Edit: This document was updated earlier this week and now correctly includes the step you mentioned.

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