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I actually am having several issues, but they all showed up after upgrading
so I wanted to just cover them all here.

I have a server that was running Netware 5.1 SP 7. I upgraded it to 5.1 SP
8 with no issue. Then I ran the wizard and verified that it was ready for
NW 6.5 SP 5. During the upgrade it said there were issues with my SSL
certificate. I ran PKIdiag and that fixed the errors. I did the upgrade
and after it upgraded I was almsot out of space on my SYS volume. I
cleaned up some of the space on my SYS volume without getting rid of
critical files (the previous Net Admin had some client installers out there
that I didn't notice at first). Now after about 5 minutes of the server
being up, my utilization jumps to 100% and just stays there. I tracked it
down to the JAVA.NLM and as soon as I stop that process it drops back down.
I thought I installed iManager, but it isn't there. When I put the
products CD that I used for the original install, it is telling me that it
is the wrong version. When I downloaded the iManager setup file and tried
to install it stand alone it is telling me that I am not authorized to do
the action like my user account doesn't have sufficient rights or
something. It is my admin account that I always use.

Basically I need help with the JAVA issue and I need help getting iManager
installed.

Thanks,

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Re: Products CD/iManger Login

> I thought I installed iManager, but it isn't there.

Have you tried using Mobile iManager 2.5 for now? It can run off of a
Windows or Linux workstation using LDAP and NCP requests to the server.
Check out the Cool Solution below:

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/feature/15170.html

To download, go to the Novell Downloads page, select Novell iManager as
the product, and use "mobile" as a keyword. Alternatively, you can try
the link below:

http://download.novell.com/Download?buildid=Hoj260Hi4k8~

It helped me out when I was having Tomcat4 problems and needed to access
iManager.

Good luck,
Joe
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Re: Products CD/iManger Login

bosworthj@pasd.org wrote:

> I actually am having several issues, but they all showed up after
> upgrading so I wanted to just cover them all here.
>
> I have a server that was running Netware 5.1 SP 7. I upgraded it to
> 5.1 SP 8 with no issue. Then I ran the wizard and verified that it
> was ready for NW 6.5 SP 5. During the upgrade it said there were
> issues with my SSL certificate. I ran PKIdiag and that fixed the
> errors. I did the upgrade and after it upgraded I was almsot out of
> space on my SYS volume. I cleaned up some of the space on my SYS
> volume without getting rid of critical files (the previous Net Admin
> had some client installers out there that I didn't notice at first).
> Now after about 5 minutes of the server being up, my utilization
> jumps to 100% and just stays there. I tracked it down to the
> JAVA.NLM and as soon as I stop that process it drops back down. I
> thought I installed iManager, but it isn't there. When I put the
> products CD that I used for the original install, it is telling me
> that it is the wrong version. When I downloaded the iManager setup
> file and tried to install it stand alone it is telling me that I am
> not authorized to do the action like my user account doesn't have
> sufficient rights or something. It is my admin account that I always
> use.
>
> Basically I need help with the JAVA issue and I need help getting
> iManager installed.


On the logger screen check if something was loading java. Also, in
NetWare Remote Manager you can drill down a bit more in what the java
process is doing.

--
Cheers,
Edward
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Products CD/iManger Login

I figured out that my Java issue was related to the ZEN Inventory Manager.
I disabled that and things seem to be better now. I am having problems
getting iManager installed still. It keeps saying I am not authorized to
install it. I am using the same admin account I have always used. I also
can not get in to backup exec anymore with that admin account. I can login
to the server from a workstation with it though. I tried to get into
PKIDIAG and I got a similar error about the account not being authorized.
Finally Apache doesn't seem to be showing up as a process like it does on
my other servers.

Thanks,

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