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Volume Manager 5.1sp1 vea gui

I have upgraded a solaris9 machine from vxvm 4 to 5.1sp1.  I followed the recommendations to install the VRSTobgui compents for VEA, since it's no longer packaged with 5.1.  /etc/init.d/isisd does not start on machine boot.  When I start it manually, I get a "Error reading registry"  I notice that the server no longer has the VRTSobc directory in /opt.  There is a VRTSob however.   This machine previously had Cluster server running on it, I removed it before I upgraded the Volume Manager.  Volume Manger is function perfectly, just trying to get the VEAgui by x-window to work again.

 

thanks

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This the error when I start

This the error when I start vxsvc

 

psVxVM Provider initialization warning: Configuration daemon can't speak protocol version

Hi, did you got the VRTSob

Hi,

did you got the VRTSob upgraded as well ?

Check out below technote, you can check the versions of software described in technote below

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH153663

 

G

So have you installed VEA

So have you installed VEA available by following link 

Download Cluster Server Java Console, Cluster Server Simulator, Enterprise Administrator Console

at http://www.symantec.com/operations-manager/tools-resources

Also I think you need VRTSsfmh installed as I believe this replaces some of the components that feed into the VRTSob service like for example:

VRTSaa - Veritas Enterprise Administrator action agent which in 5.1 is consolidated into VRTSsfmh. 

Mike

Yes, it is updated, here is

Yes, it is updated, here is the output:

 

root@atloradb2:/# > pkginfo -l VRTSob |grep PSTAMP
    PSTAMP:  5.1.100.000-5.1SP1-2010-04-17-VEA-3.4.289.0

Looks like it is installed,

Looks like it is installed, here is the output:

root@atloradb2:/# > pkginfo -l VRTSobgui
   PKGINST:  VRTSobgui
      NAME:  Veritas Enterprise Administrator by Symantec
  CATEGORY:  application
      ARCH:  sparc
   VERSION:  3.4.30.0
   BASEDIR:  /opt/VRTSob
    VENDOR:  Symantec Corporation
      DESC:  Enterprise Administrator, Binaries
    PSTAMP:  VEA-3.4.30.0-August 8, 2012
  INSTDATE:  Jan 29 2014 21:40
     EMAIL:  support@veritas.com
    STATUS:  completely installed
     FILES:      947 installed pathnames
                   6 shared pathnames
                 126 directories
                  98 executables
              322484 blocks used (approx)

Is this one the wrong version?

root@atloradb2:/# > pkginfo -l VRTSsfmh
   PKGINST:  VRTSsfmh
      NAME:  Veritas Operations Manager Managed Host by Symantec
  CATEGORY:  application
      ARCH:  sparc
   VERSION:  3.1.429.0
   BASEDIR:  /
    VENDOR:  Symantec Corporation
      DESC:  Veritas Operations Manager Managed Host
    PSTAMP:  VRTSsfmh-3.1.429.0-Wed Sep 22 21:26:45 2010
  INSTDATE:  Jan 29 2014 18:54
     EMAIL:  support@veritas.com
    STATUS:  completely installed
     FILES:     2059 installed pathnames
                   8 shared pathnames
                 269 directories
                1079 executables
              163001 blocks used (approx)

Yes VRTSobgui is installed as

Yes VRTSobgui is installed as well as VRTSsfmh.

So I did a remove and

So I did a remove and re-added the patch from the TECH153663, even though my system was indicating SP1 on the pkginfo .   My situation is slightly modified however.  I can connect to the VEA from another machine running VEA using X-windows.  However I still have the issue where I cannot see Controllers, Disk Groups, Disks, or Enclosures, errors that are indicated in TECH153663.  However, as I said, the pkginfo is showing the correct version.  Anyone have any ideas ?  Also why the system running 5.1 wont open an X-window directly.  I know X-windows is working as I can run other X-window applications from same machine.

Thanks

Ed

Here is the startup log for

Here is the startup log for isisd.  (attached)

What happens if you run below

What happens if you run below command

/etc/init.d/vxpal.StorageAgent start

 

Also, do you have VRTSvmpro package installed ?

 

G