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Urgent.. NPS Error, not able to start NPS

HI Experts,

While running nnmenableperfspi.ovpl again we are geeting the below error:

Unable to eval NnnmProperties.pm import for the FQDN.

Error: Invalid value D:\Program Files (x86)\HP\HP BTP Software\NNMPerformanceSPI\lib\perllibs\lib\_inline for config option directory.

We found that :

D:\Program Files (x86)\HP\HP BTP Software\NNMPerformanceSPI\lib\perllibs\lib\inline

folder exists in the system.

NPS is installed on the NNMi Server itself. Also, while running the StartALL.ovpl cmd from NNMPerformanceSPI\bis dir we are getting below error:

Can't locate Config\General.pm <Multiple paths>

End with Multiple path and script falilure.

 

Kindly suggest.

 

R's headstrong

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Re: Urgent.. NPS Error, not able to start NPS

Hi there,

  There clearly seems to be a problem with the perl installation which will need a closer look at.  I would suggest you log a support case so that this can be investigated in detail.  I don't think there is a quick answer that can be delivered here in the forum

  All the best

Dave Y

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