Ive got now a reproducable situation where the inital login after the installation will fail w/ NBU 188.8.131.52 :
x) Server : Solaris 11.4 GA, x86_64 (will try SPARC also..)
x) Tried on physical server (dual opteron system) and a VirtualBox VM, same Solaris install source..
x) Install NBU 184.108.40.206 on a fresh system & reboot (not required but just to be sure..)
x) Open the Java GUI either local or from a Windows machine (local = attached monitor and so on or X11 forwarding)
x) Enter "root" and enter your password (tried my simple one and also a complex one)
x) Login will FAIL
=> Now, remove all the netbackup packages and reboot (not required..)
=> Install NBU 9.0
=> Open the Java GUI either local or from a Windows machine (local = attached monitor and so on or X11 forwarding)
enter your root password and it will WORK.
Any ideas ? the bpnbat -login command will hang forever (but it hangs both at 9.0 and 220.127.116.11 ??)
JFI I used the bpnbat command using the "unixpwd" auth method..
For simplicity I use just the hosts file..
So, # getent hosts nbuserver2 , ping nbuserver2 , bpclntcmd -hn nbuserver2 and so on works w/out any problem...
After issuing the bpnbat -login command the following is shown on the console as you can see in the pic,a login attempt for user root, and then....nothing..
Created a new VM, installed Solaris 11.4 , installed NBU 18.104.22.168 and issued the command..