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JDK 7 with NetBeans 7.0,1 Installation fails with an error code

Posted on 2011-10-03
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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
While attempt o install JDK 7 with NetBeans 7.0.1 Solaris x86 VMWare session, it fails  installation to complete. Tried twice and the same error occured reporting: JDK 7 was not installed successfully.

Attached is a log file in Unix format. You will see the error code almost 3/4 way down followed by rollback, deleting the installed files. Any possible thoughts, what might possible be causing this?

Question by:yajesh
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by:Brian Utterback
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It says that is it getting a timeout creating the deploy.jar file. Did you get the error at the same point both times? Is there anything else running on the system? Do you have enough memory and disk space?

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ID: 36907061
Exact same spot, exact same error. See attached.
I have VMWare session set for 2GB RAM. I am running Quad Processor with 8GB RAM host system.
I am not running anything at all besides JDK Installation for Solaris VMWare session.


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ID: 36911939
Latest update is I did create 2 seperate VMWare installations:
Ubuntu 10.4 x64 and Red-Hat 6.0 x64
They both installed very smoothly within 30 minutes  or less.
I have even installled Sun/Oracle JDK 7.0 for Linux x64 Binaries. They both installed error-free.
Thus, I am not going to waste time with Solaris at this moment. First it takes forever to install like hours and hours comparted to Linux base.


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yajesh earned 0 total points
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Please close this thread with no points to award.

Unfortunately the real solution was to rebuild the system from ground-up.


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