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Application Server Installation

Application Server Installation

Application Server Installation

Hi ...

I need a help in this case.
started working in installation Avaya Application Server Rls10.
after installation, I cannt access 7071 webpage (ignotiaiton process), on page 7070, no response
try on another hp server (rack-mounted)- for cm , working.
my friend tell me that this is because this HD (hp supplied) is NTFS, while in formationg first PC is ext3, and ext4.

is the formatting should be NTFS?


RE: Application Server Installation

The format of the hard disk in the server as supplied is irrelevant as the Install process will delete all existing partitions & configure the hard disk correctly on my server /boot is ext4 & / is ext3 on an lvm partition (nout sure why they did not go for ext4 for this as well).

NTFS is a Microsoft format & not natively supported by Linux anyway so completely inappropriate.

After ignition you should be able to access web manager on port 7070 & Administration on 7071 (both are HTTPS only)

Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

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