Problems with informix for MNFC 6.0

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Jul 11th, 2007

Hi,

I`m getting the following errors during informix configuration for Cisco MNFC 6.0. Errors are displayed during running of configuredb.sh script. I`ve checked all requirements and permissions and everything seems to be ok. System is Solaris 9.

Updating /opt/informix/etc/onconfig.nfc...

Updating /opt/informix/etc/sqlhosts...

Updating /opt/CSCOmnfc/config/quartz.properties...

Updating /opt/CSCOmnfc/config/nfcdb.xml...

Finished updating files, starting Informix ...

Checking status ...

Executing DBSpace creation...

# # Creating dbspace 1 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 2 on /dev/raw_dev1

# SENDER IS NULL NO MAIL WILL BE SENT

SENDER IS NULL NO MAIL WILL BE SENT

Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 3 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 4 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 5 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 6 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 7 on /dev/raw_dev1

# SENDER IS NULL NO MAIL WILL BE SENT

Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 8 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 9 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 10 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 11 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 12 on /dev/raw_dev1

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev1.

# Creating dbspace 13 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 14 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 15 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 16 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 17 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 18 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 19 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 20 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 21 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 22 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 23 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

# Creating dbspace 24 on /dev/raw_dev2

# Verifying physical disk space, please wait ...

Error opening file /dev/raw_dev2.

#

Checking DBSpace count...

./configuredb.sh: test: argument expected

Thanks for any help.

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Cisco NetFlow Collector, version 6.0 has the following hardware requirements:

Minimum requirement:

2 GB RAM, 73 GB disk, dual processor on an entry-level server.

Recommended: 4 to 8 GB RAM, two or more 15K SAS 146 GB or greater disks, dual 3 GHz dual-core (5160) processor entry-level server.

The following operating systems and platforms are supported:

Solaris 8, 9, or 10 on an entry-level server with dual 1 GHz or greater SPARC processors, such as a Sun Fire V240.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1, 3, or 4 on an entry-level server, such as an IBM x3550 or x3650 with dual 2.8 GHz or greater Intel Xeon single-core processor or dual 3 GHz dual-core (5160) processors.

Note that the CPU, RAM, and disk space recommendations above are suggested, and that actual requirements are determined by your configuration and by the volume and uniqueness of NetFlow data that is received. Actual resource usage can vary greatly depending on these factors.

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