rbarber1 Absent Member.
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Upgrade to Filr 1.2

Today, I performed upgrade of our small deployment, single server, Filr from version 1.1. to 1.2. I am running it on Hyper-V. I noticed at the Filr console, it says Master Resource Control: runlevel 3 has been reached. Skipped services in runlevel 3: nfs smbfs. I cannot get to the Administration website and Windows Desktop clients are not syncing. I followed the upgrade instructions very closely in the Novell Filr 1.2 Installation and configuration guide - June 01 2015. I started over and did the upgrade a 2nd time with the same result.

Please tell me how I can fix this issue. Thank you.
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rbarber1 Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrade to Filr 1.2

Additionally, I noticed that there is no phpMyAdmin icon on the Novell Filr configuration page like there normally is. If there is a video available on how to perform this upgrade to version 1.2 and/or some other documentation available on how I can perform this upgrade, I would greatly appreciate it being provided links to these resources. Thank you.
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rbarber1 Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrade to Filr 1.2

Also, if I click on the Novell Filr Appliance Configuration icon it says RPC Failure or session timeout...redirecting to login screen.

I wonder if Filr is not working because it is updating its database?
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kokot_passau Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrade to Filr 1.2

Try delete cookies and browser cache.
The RPC failure should be gone.
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