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Zen 3.2 install problem...

Zen 3.2 install problem...

Zen 3.2 install problem...

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)

Copying \..\database\mgmtdb9.db

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.


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

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