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  1. #1
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    Unhappy smc3.0 problems - Solaris

    have smc 20 for solaris (8) installed fine, works well. So I am trying to get smc30 installed on another box sol(7) and it seems to go all the way but after I edit the users in /var/opt/SUNWsymon/cfg and make the changes is the three es control files the services will not start.

    have deinstalled the java pkgs and cleared all the inst crap out. the msg I get after setup and running ./es-start is "SUNWMCDB01/app/oracle/products/8.1.b/sin/lsnrctl failed


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    Unhappy smc3.0 problems - Solaris

    have smc 20 for solaris (8) installed fine, works well. So I am trying to get smc30 installed on another box sol(7) and it seems to go all the way but after I edit the users in /var/opt/SUNWsymon/cfg and make the changes is the three es control files the services will not start.

    have deinstalled the java pkgs and cleared all the inst crap out. the msg I get after setup and running ./es-start is "SUNWMCDB01/app/oracle/products/8.1.b/sin/lsnrctl failed


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    Wink

    keeping it up there.
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    Antionline in a nutshell
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    Thumbs up

    thks hogfly, the first two were a help..
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    No Problem,

    If you get it fixed, go ahead and post the answer here in case others run into the same thing.
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