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PC v12.20 HOSTS are going NON-Operational frequently.

PC v12.20 HOSTS are going NON-Operational frequently.


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Hello apve03,

Thank you for your post.

This usually happens when have connectivity problems.

What you can do is verify that all the services and ports are open and listening correctly. For this please check this link

Have you hecked the logs? PC Server log and the Host logs.

On PC Server: C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\Performance Center Server\orchidtmp\LTLogger\w3wp

On PC Hosts: C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\Performance Center Server\orchidtmp\LTLogger\

Based on the messages from these logs, you can have a clue about what is going on with your hosts.

 Another thing that you can try is to delete the host from the lab management,  go to the problematic host machine, and run the configuration wizard, and then add again the host into the lab management.



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