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  • Note 1:  The output from 'fuser -c /MOUNT_POINT' provides a the mount
         point, followed by a list of PIDs and letter codes.  All 'fuser'
         output is sent to STDERR, except for PIDs which are sent to STDOUT.
         The letter codes following a PID indicate how a process is using a
         file.  From the "fuser(1M)" man page, the letter codes are defined as:
     
            c        Indicates that the process is using the file as its                  current directory.          m        Indicates that the process is using a  file  mapped                  with mmap(2). See mmap(2) for details.          n        Indicates  that  the  process  is  holding  a  non-                  blocking mandatory lock on the file.          o        Indicates that the process is using the file as  an                  open file.          r        Indicates that the process is using the file as its                  root directory.          t        Indicates that the process is using the file as its                  text file.          y        Indicates that the process is using the file as its                  controlling terminal. 
23 Mar 12

objectName need to be unique else where you have exception or nothing. Can occured in cluster mode

24 Feb 12

"An HQ Agent can monitor a variety of remote services over the network. To enable monitoring of a service on the network, you configure a platform service on an operating system platform. The platform service you configure is a proxy for the remote service - in the HQ user interface, the remote service appears as a "child" of the platform whose agent monitors it."

  • An HQ Agent can monitor a variety of remote services over the network. To enable monitoring of a service on the network, you configure a platform service on an operating system platform. The platform service you configure is a proxy for the remote service - in the HQ user interface, the remote service appears as a "child" of the platform whose agent monitors it.
08 Feb 12

"3. 10 nov. 2010 21:31 En réponse à: paulc_hyperic
Re: Unable to find PlatformType [Win32]
Looks like an issue with spaces in the server install path -- re-locating my server-4.5 directory enabled the server to actually complete its deployment process (without spitting stack traces to the log), and the eam_platform_type table (and others) to be populated with initial data.

Here's what I did to re-locate the server, assuming it's installed to the default "C:\Program Files\server-4.5":
1. Open a command prompt.
2. In the command prompt, run: "C:\Program Files\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" stop
(adjust path as required)
3. Run: "C:\Program Files\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" remove
4. Relocate the server-4.5 directory, eg. to C:\Hyperic\server-4.5
5. [Back] in the command prompt, run: "C:\Hyperic\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" install
6. Finally, run: "C:\Hyperic\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" start
... and hold your breath...

You may also want to relocate the agent as well, just to be safe... process follows as above.

* * *
As an aside, I've attached a log for the Hyperic staff. Looks like bad escaping on the space here:
java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\Program%20Files\Hyperic\server-4.5\bin\..\hq-engine\hq-server\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\hq-plugins\gemfire-plugin.jar (The system cannot find the path specified)

and again, here:
2010-11-10 23:48:23,722 ERROR [main] [org.hyperic.hq.common.Log4jWatcher@45] log4j file C:\Program%20Files\Hyperic\server-4.5\hq-engine\hq-server\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\classes\log4j.xml does not exist

Note that these files really do exist, just not in "Program%20Files". :)"

  • 3.    10 nov. 2010 21:31          En réponse à:   paulc_hyperic      
                       Re: Unable to find PlatformType [Win32]          
      
       <!-- [DocumentBodyStart:deb3c0c1-95b6-4e54-b19d-55e6a1fb445c] -->
    Looks like an issue with spaces in the server install path -- re-locating my server-4.5 directory enabled the server to actually complete its deployment process (without spitting stack traces to the log), and the eam_platform_type table (and others) to be populated with initial data.

    Here's what I did to re-locate the server, assuming it's installed to the default "C:\Program Files\server-4.5":
    1. Open a command prompt.
    2. In the command prompt, run: "C:\Program Files\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" stop
        (adjust path as required)
    3. Run: "C:\Program Files\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" remove
    4. Relocate the server-4.5 directory, eg. to C:\Hyperic\server-4.5
    5. [Back] in the command prompt, run: "C:\Hyperic\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" install
    6. Finally, run: "C:\Hyperic\server-4.5\bin\hq-server" start
        ... and hold your breath...

    You may also want to relocate the agent as well, just to be safe... process follows as above.

    * * *
    As an aside, I've attached a log for the Hyperic staff.  Looks like bad escaping on the space here:
    java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\Program%20Files\Hyperic\server-4.5\bin\..\hq-engine\hq-server\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\hq-plugins\gemfire-plugin.jar (The system cannot find the path specified)

    and again, here:
    2010-11-10 23:48:23,722 ERROR [main] [org.hyperic.hq.common.Log4jWatcher@45] log4j file C:\Program%20Files\Hyperic\server-4.5\hq-engine\hq-server\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\classes\log4j.xml does not exist

    Note that these files really do exist, just not in "Program%20Files".  :)

  • Pyro 4 librairy Windows
  • srvany.exe
  • instsrv.exe
20 Jan 12

"mysqldump -uuser -ppass tiki19 > tiki19_backup_yymmdd.sql"

  • mysqldump -uuser -ppass tiki19 > tiki19_backup_yymmdd.sql
19 Jan 12

"https://sitools2.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/sitools2"

in list: todo

  • But we must create the headroom for it first, by sanitizing what we already have.
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