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driver upload problems with iPrint migration to new server in same tree with server consolidation util

I'm getting 'iPrint Message : Unable to upload printer driver for windows
XP' when trying to use the migration tool to create the new printers.

Manually adding drivers to the broker works just fine.
Source server is netware 6.5sp6 and the target is SLES10 with OES2.
I cant find any errors anywhere related to this besides the above error from
the migration toolkit.

Any ideas what can cause this ?

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Arjan


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rchakraborty1 Absent Member.
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Re: driver upload problems with iPrint migration to new serv

Please can you check the debug.log at /var/opt/novell/migration/NewProjxxx/log
to see what are the error messages regarding driver upload. Also which is the driver for which this upload is failing?
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: driver upload problems with iPrint migration to new server in same tree with server consolidation util

"rchakraborty" <rchakraborty@no-mx.forums.novell.com> schreef in bericht
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>
> Please can you check the debug.log at
> /var/opt/novell/migration/NewProjxxx/log
> to see what are the error messages regarding driver upload. Also which
> is the driver for which this upload is failing?
>
>
> --
> rchakraborty


I'm using the windows tool, there is no other error besides 'iPrint Message
: Unable to upload printer driver'
The migration tool on the server doesnt see the iprint agents running on
itself for some reason, but i dont have anything to go on there either
because that doesn't generate any logs either.

All the driver uploads from the migration tool are failing and we have a
number of brands.

From what I can tell both the driver store and the print manager are active
on the new server, it created the printers on there and the pritners are
showing status info. There just arnt any drivers and theres too many
printers for me to want to re-create all the profiles and what not by hand.

-
Arjan


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: driver upload problems with iPrint migration to new server in same tree with server consolidation util

I'm starting to suspect something went wrong during the initial installation
of the server.. Going to kill it and try again.

"Arjan" <Arjan@nospam.nl> schreef in bericht
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> "rchakraborty" <rchakraborty@no-mx.forums.novell.com> schreef in bericht
> news:rchakraborty.3q2240@no-mx.forums.novell.com...
>>
>> Please can you check the debug.log at
>> /var/opt/novell/migration/NewProjxxx/log
>> to see what are the error messages regarding driver upload. Also which
>> is the driver for which this upload is failing?
>>
>>
>> --
>> rchakraborty

>
> I'm using the windows tool, there is no other error besides 'iPrint
> Message : Unable to upload printer driver'
> The migration tool on the server doesnt see the iprint agents running on
> itself for some reason, but i dont have anything to go on there either
> because that doesn't generate any logs either.
>
> All the driver uploads from the migration tool are failing and we have a
> number of brands.
>
> From what I can tell both the driver store and the print manager are
> active on the new server, it created the printers on there and the
> pritners are showing status info. There just arnt any drivers and theres
> too many printers for me to want to re-create all the profiles and what
> not by hand.
>
> -
> Arjan
>



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Micro Focus Contributor
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Re: driver upload problems with iPrint migration to new server insame tree with server consolidation util

Hope it's with OES2SP1.
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