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11.4 upgrade failure

Win2k8 MS SQL 2012. I followed all procedures starting with my primary
server and all others shutdown. and one by one preformed the upgrade on 7
primaries from 11.3.2ftf1. all were successful. But one server I am getting
a system error 1067 has occurred there was an error starting novell zenworks
loader. the event log shows that the service has terminated 44 times.
unexpectedly. this keeps happening and the number increases. suggestions?

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Re: 11.4 upgrade failure

Disregard. During the update process I was prompted that the server was not
tuned for max performance. I allowed it to change the loader and zenserver
memory allocations on all of the servers. on this particular server it
reversed the numbers and made the min higher than the max. debug showed
illegal memory settings which led to discovering the issue.

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Win2k8 MS SQL 2012. I followed all procedures starting with my primary
server and all others shutdown. and one by one preformed the upgrade on 7
primaries from 11.3.2ftf1. all were successful. But one server I am getting
a system error 1067 has occurred there was an error starting novell zenworks
loader. the event log shows that the service has terminated 44 times.
unexpectedly. this keeps happening and the number increases. suggestions?

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