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Re: [nv-l] Solaris 2.8 7.1.4 non-framework Installation

2004-05-06 15:46:38
Subject: Re: [nv-l] Solaris 2.8 7.1.4 non-framework Installation
From: IAN.BUNDY AT jpmchase DOT com
To: nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com
Date: Thu, 6 May 2004 20:36:33 +0100
Hey Frank,
                     We used the Unix truss -f -o /tmp/nv714 instalnv -k
SERVER and had a look at what we could find and it was the the binaries
that caused the bus error when the script placed an objcall to Port 94. I
had to register the port in the services file and then ran the install
script again and it worked !!!!

Thanks to everyone for their input on helping me solve this problem.


Many Thanks > Ian.

                                                                            
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> Hey Frank,
>                      Do you know what the 8 recommended patches are or
> where I can find them ??
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> Thanks > Ian.
>
>  Strategic Outsourcing
>  IBM Global Services, North Region
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> Ian Bundy
> Enterprise Systems & Network Management Engineering
> JPMorgan Chase & Co. Account
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> Ian,
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> prior to installing NetView did you get a chance to load the
8_Recommended
> patches?
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>> Hi Paul,
>>                The problem I have is that the Solaris 2.8 Build is
>> hardened
>> for DMZ environment and not sure if this is just an environmental
>> problem
>> or something else. But I ran the Netview prereq script and that ran ok >
>>
>> # ./NVprereq.sh server
>> INTERP=solaris2
>> Checking for software prerequisites... OK
>> Checking for sufficient system memory... OK
>> Checking for sufficient paging space... OK
>> Checking for unused paging space... OK
>> Checking for sufficient disk space... OK
>> Checking if network daemon is running... OK
>> Checking if communications are up on the system... OK
>> Checking if SNMP daemon is running... OK
>> Checking the availability of Tivoli NetView ports... OK
>> Continuing...
>>
>> But then when I go and run the instalnv script I get a bus error,
>> strange
>> one. Do I need to apply the Solaris interim fix pack even though I am
>> doing
>> a fresh install and not going from 7.1.x to 7.1.4 ??
>>
>>
>> Many Thanks > Ian.
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>>                       Paul
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>> That's ugly, I don't think I have seen that one before. Have
>> you installed the latest patch cluster from Sun?
>>
>> Paul
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>> IAN.BUNDY AT jpmchase DOT com wrote:
>>
>>>Hi All,
>>>            I am installing 7.1.4 on Solaris 2.8 host and getting the
>>>following error >
>>>
>>># ./instalnv -k SERVER
>>>Installing IBM Tivoli NetView SERVER 7.1.4 on upns13.
>>>./instalnv[501]: 2882 Bus Error
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>>>
>>>Anyone seen this error before, I think it may be the O/S !!
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>>>
>>>Thanks > Ian.
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> Best Regards,
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> Frank W. Hansen
> www.EnterpriseInnovations.com
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Best Regards,

Frank W. Hansen
www.EnterpriseInnovations.com