OroSyncBundle uses GosWebSocketBundle to enable real-time websocket notifications between an Oro application server and users’ browsers.
Out-of-the-box, OroSyncBundle triggers flash notifications about the outdated content if several users try to edit the same entity record simultaneously. It also sends flash notifications to all application site visitors once a developer turns on the system maintenance mode by a console’s CLI tool.
You should be able to run this from the root of your symfony installation:
php bin/console gos:websocket:server
If everything is successful, you will see no output in prod mode, and something similar to the following in dev mode:
INFO [websocket] Starting web socket INFO [websocket] Launching Ratchet on 127.0.0.1:8080 PID: 4675
The websocket server should now be up and running.
Logging levels are different in dev and prod modes by default.
- Normal: WARNING and higher
- Verbose (-v): NOTICE and higher
- Very verbose (-vv): INFO and higher
- Debug (-vvv): DEBUG and higher
- Normal: INFO and higher
- Verbose (-v): DEBUG and higher