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Zen 3.2 install problem...

Zen 3.2 install problem...

Zen 3.2 install problem...

(OP)
I am attempting to install ZfD 3.2 onto a server. These are steps followed:

1.) NetWare 4.11 installed, IPX and TCP/IP stack loaded
2.) JVM 1.1.7 (Came with the Companion CD) then applied.
3.) ConsoleOne (Came with the Companion CD) then applied to \\<server>\sys\public\mgmt\
4.) NW4SP9 then applied.

I then install ZfD 3.2. I want to install all modules, except for PXE. However, if I install the Inventory modules the installation program runs to "100%", and I get these two java screens:


Database Initialize
Connecting to Database, Please wait.... (you will wait forever)

Progress
Copying \..\database\mgmtdb9.db
100%
Cancel

It always freezes on this file MGMTDB9.DB.

I've spent weeks on this problem, and am ready to kick in the screan. Any help appreciated.

-Randall.

RE: Zen 3.2 install problem...

I think your problem could be the order in which you installed things..

I would install NW4SP9, then install the JVM.  Otherwise I am guessing that some of your files could have been overwritten by the support pack without your knowledge.  You should also apply DS v6.21 if you haven't already.

However, I have not installed Zen on nw4.11 so I'm not sure exactly what is required to make it work correctly.

Marvin Huffaker MCNE, CNE
Marvin Huffaker Consulting
http://www.redjuju.com

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