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iManager 2.7.5: Cluster Services not supported


Hello everybody,

we are using a 2-node cluster consisting of 2 Netware 6.5 SP8 servers. A
few days ago, the iManager 2.7.5 install on one of the servers couldn't
be accessed anymore and Apache refused to start. That was resolved, a
"Load module" mysteriously vanished from the config. After resolving
that I found that in "Roles and Tasks" the Cluster Services weren't
showing up anymore. The "Unavailable Tasks" said:

Monitoring Cluster Administration
com/novell/ncs/gadgets/NCSMgmt/NCSMainMgmt (Unsupported major.minor
version 49.0)
BCCManager Cluster Administration
com/novell/ncs/gadgets/NCSMgmt/NCSMainMgmt (Unsupported major.minor
version 49.0)
EventLog Cluster Administration
com/novell/ncs/gadgets/NCSMgmt/NCSMainMgmt (Unsupported major.minor
version 49.0)
Configuration Cluster Administration
com/novell/ncs/gadgets/NCSMgmt/NCSMainMgmt (Unsupported major.minor
version 49.0)

So I tried some things: reinstalling the cluster services, reinstalling
the storage related pllugins, reinstalling tomcat and imanager, but the
Problem persists.

I would be thankful for some pointers on how to further diagnose this
problem! If you need more Information, please let me know.

Thanks,


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Re: iManager 2.7.5: Cluster Services not supported

I believe this error means your code is newer than your JE supports, so
you need a newer JRE. On NetWare I do not think a newer version is
available, so try the plugins in iManager Workstation or on a newer OES
Linux system.

ood luck.
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Re: iManager 2.7.5: Cluster Services not supported


I see...
I installed the ncsmgmt.npm from iManager 2.7.4 - and it worked. I'm
just wondering when my java or ncs was changed... but that's internal
😉

Thank you ab for the quick response!


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Re: iManager 2.7.5: Cluster Services not supported

No no no no... I'm glad it's working, but I'm not saying your Java
changed. I'm guessing that the newer NPMs you have are made for current
versions of iManager, specifically those on Linux which have the latest
1.6 Java, and when they were applied to your NetWare box (with an older
version of Java) they then failed. Sorry I was not clear before. Anyway,
your current workaround is probably fine as long as you do not need
fixes/features from the latest plugins.

Good luck.
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Re: iManager 2.7.5: Cluster Services not supported


Thanks again! A little research revealed that the latest supported
version of iManager for Netware 6.5 is 2.7.3, which definitely explains
issues with other system parts. So I'll have to revert my iManager
instances to this version on my servers, but we're planning to migrate
them soon anyway.


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