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How to start a CaliberRM2005 SP2 Sever after a PC name was renamed

How to start a CaliberRM2005 SP2 Sever after a PC name was renamed

Problem:

How to start a CaliberRM2005 SP2 Sever after a PC name was renamed

Resolution:

  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2005 R2
  • Product Component: Server
  • Platform/OS Version: Windows XP


    Description:

    Basically after changing the computer name for an laptop, CaliberRM server would no longer run. Even uninstalled and reinstalled the CaliberRM server which is not helped. Still not able to log on to the CaliberRM serer. The following error message was noticed in the "caliber_srv_20050937W.log"

    VersantException: Source = PError; Request = Initialize; Response = E3020: NET_INVSERV: Invalid service (oscssd),


    Answer/Solution:

    This issue could be the incorrect installation of versantd, so could you please do the following steps:

    Make sure that, the following line appears in the services file:

    oscssd 5019/tcp

    Under Winntsystem32driversetcservices file,

    then run the following to take that effect:

    >dbmgr -stop

    >dbmgr -start


Old KB# 16003

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