No LMS processes/License Server

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Mar 25th, 2010
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I've performed a fresh install of LMS 3.2 on to Server 2008 R1.

No processes are showing and in CS, under products installed I see the message for all products installed "unable to retreive (license server is down)"


This appears to be a botched install, but I dont know what could've caused this. Any ideas?

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Martin Ermel Thu, 03/25/2010 - 04:58
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when installing LMS 3.2 on win2k8 you should consider the following  issues mentioned in these threads:


manual setting of swap space:
https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/680507#680507


registry  keys may need to be manually set (BugID CSCtb17186)
https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/1328649#1328649


also set the temp and tmp variable for the system and administrator account to something short (like C:\tmp) and install the software when logged in as the LOCAL administrator;

Martin Ermel Thu, 03/25/2010 - 05:55
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I would recommend to uninstall LMS and install it again with the before mentioned prerequisites (check the registry keys!)


I see some ERROR messages in the log file belonging to the databases along with RMEPSUAdapter failures and I would not proceed with this installation. The savest way would be to reinstall LMS.



from the log file:


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===================- Possible Warnings/Errors Encountered -===================


Warning: Current swap space is less than the minimum requirement. This may affect performance.


WARNING: Domain Name is not found from TcpIp parameters,certificate will be generated with the HostName


WARNING: Domain Name is not found from TcpIp parameters, setting PX_FQDN same as PX_HOST


ERROR: Failed to authenticate [opsxml] database.


ERROR: Failed to Start Database 'opsxml' because: Database engine 'opsxmlEng' could not be started on database 'opsxml' in Bulk mode


ERROR: Failed to start database engine for database 'opsxml'


ERROR: Failed change password for database 'opsxml'.


ERROR: Failed to authenticate [rmeng] database.


ERROR: Failed to Start Database 'rmeng' because: Database engine 'rmengEng' could not be started on database 'rmengdb' in Bulk mode.


ERROR: Failed to start database engine for database 'rmeng'


ERROR: Failed change password for database 'rmeng'.


ERROR: Failed to authenticate [rmeng] database.


ERROR: Failed to authenticate [ipm] database.


ERROR: Failed to Start Database 'ipm' because: Database engine 'ipmEng' could not be started on database 'ipm' in Bulk mode.


ERROR: Failed to start database engine for database 'ipm'


ERROR: Failed change password for database 'ipm'.


ERROR: Failed to Start Database 'ipm' because: Database engine 'ipmEng' could not be started on database 'ipm' in Bulk mode.


ERROR: Failed to authenticate [upm] database.


ERROR: Failed to Start Database 'upm' because: Database engine 'UPMDbEngine' could not be started on database 'upm' in Bulk mode.


ERROR: Failed to start database engine for database 'upm'


ERROR: Failed change password for database 'upm'.


INFO: User Selected to Reboot the Machine


Installation Completed at 21:05:19 ,Wed 03/24/2010  ,Central Standard Time


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and also this one:


line 5395 com.cisco.nm.xms.psu.interfaces.adapter.AdapterException: Failed to Initialize RMEPSUAdapter


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