|RAServer log error [message #67577]
||Fri, 21 April 2006 20:15
Originally posted by: r.morgan.verizonbusiness.com|
When I start the RAServer, everything looks fine. But when I look at the
servicelog.log, I see this: <CommonBaseEvent
load JVM library %JAVA_PATH%" severity="30" version="1.0.1">
<sourceComponentId component="Data Collection Engine"
componentIdType="Application" location="126.96.36.199" locationType="IPV4"
xsi:type="ReportSituation" reasoningScope="INTERNAL" reportCategory="LOG"/>
It appears to me the JAVA_PATH has no definition, but in the
serviceconfig.xml file I see: <Variable name="JAVA_PATH"
So doesn't that mean it's defined? So why is the other log saying it
can't load the JVM? And if that's true, how come the thing doesn't crash,
since there's no JVM?
|Re: RAServer log error [message #67727 is a reply to message #67707]
||Mon, 24 April 2006 00:47
Originally posted by: user.domain.invalid|
Thay Shanmugaratnam wrote:
> rkm wrote:
>> this is running on an HPUX system and the config file says:
> Hi Rick,
> Since jvm="%JAVA_PATH% it shows that the Agent controller was not able
> to identify the location of the jvm. Please veryify that libjvm.sl
> exists in /opt/java1.5/...
> for example, on ourHPUX machine the jvm is located in
> For a temporary fix, if you can find the location of your jvm, insert
> the location in the serviceconfig.xml under the variable jvm.
> I beleive this problem is cuased by Java 1.5, we are currenly testing
> with java 1.4 on our HPUX machine. Please reply back with location of
> the JVM, and I will open a bug if we need to.
> Thank You.
> Thay Shanmugaratnam
on our system we have 1.4 and 1.5 installed. I searched the 1.4 install
and found the libjvm.sl in the same location as on your system.
However, for 1.5, libjvm.sl doesn't exist. In fact the only lib*.sl
file I can find under java1.5 is libfontmanager_v2.sl. Maybe Java 1.5
for HPUX isn't ready yet (or there was a bad install?) Sounds like the
workaround is to use 1.4, which I can do. If there's anything else I can
add, let me know. Thanks for your help Thay.
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