I’m new to Tamino and try to get a test installation running on RedHat7.2. I’ve installed JRE1.3 and apache 1.3.19 from the Tamino Server CD.
Towards the end of installing the System Management Hub I get the following message in ARGv221Inst.dbg:
> Pre-update registry…
> Sun Jan 12 09:48:03 CET 2003 Software AG
> System Management Hub Registry Utility
> SMH for Linux Intel
> Template file : /opt/sag/common/arg/files/reg/updarg.ux
> Write file: /opt/sag/common/arg/files/reg/updarg.ux.upd
> Sun Jan 12 09:48:03 CET 2003 Registry update succeeded
> Sun Jan 12 09:48:03 CET 2003
> Clean a previous registry…
> Sun Jan 12 09:48:13 CET 2003 Timeout occured; sent another empty line…
The timeout message repeats every 10s until I cancel the installation by pressing the abort button. As far as I can tell the rest of the installation runs without any serious errors, but it is not possible to connect to SMH via http://localhost:9991/smh/login.htm
Any hints on possible causes of this problem are greatly appreciated.
TIA … Michael
What version of Tamino are you using? I presume that this is the first time that an attempt has been made to install Tamino on this box?
thanks for your reply.
Tamino version is 184.108.40.206 (2002-06-17). I’ve repeated my install attempt several times now, but this problem occured right from the start. Before trying a new installation I remove all the content from within /opt/sag, just keeping the license file in /opt/sag/install. I also remove the apache modules from /usr/local/apache/libexec and restore the old httpd.conf. In /etc/rc.d/init.d there is only one Tamino related script: sagxts.
I’ve never seen the other ones which the docs mention: sagargml, sagarg, sagargev.
Best regards … Michael