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Solaris10 x86 - mpsadmserver configure fails. The same thing works fine in Sparc version

Posted on 2009-06-30
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I am trying to install administration server for windows synchronization. I am using exact same informatin in Sparc version and it works fine. But in X86 version this fails.

command : /usr/sbin/mpsadmserver configure

Here is the log file generated.

Installing Administration Server
        Log file: /var/sadm/install/logs/Administration_Server_install.B06301123
Installed: /var/mps/serverroot/uninstall_Sun_ONE_Administration_Distribution.class
Uninstaller is at: /var/mps/serverroot/uninstall_Sun_ONE_Administration_Distribution.class

Installing Sun Java(TM) System Administration Server

Installing Sun Java(TM) System Administration Console

Installing Sun Java(TM) System Server Console Core

Installing Java Runtime Environment
Install complete.
Updating Server Root layout... done.


Updating links between the Server Root and shared files... done.


Checking connection to the Configuration Directory Server... failed.
 The Admininistration Server cannot be configured.




Click Next to continue.

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It could be some bugs in your system,  try to apply the latest Recommended Patch Clusters and J2SE Patch Clusters to your system and try again.
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