I'm running CiscoWorks with Common Services 3.0, DFM 2.0, CiscoView 6.1 and RME 3.5; I cannot get RME to appear on the main web interface page, nor appear in the Software Center list for updates.
I also cannot get the ANI server process to start; manual attempts fail. I've attached a text copy of the error from the processes page; I have a .doc copy of the full server info output, but it's too large to post.
Any starting point of troubleshooting would be appreciated.
First of all, none of these versions are compatible. If you really have DFM 2.0 and RME 3.5 installed with Common Services 3.0, then your installation is completely corrupt, and must be redone from scratch.
If these versions are incorrect, the first step will be to get a list of accurate versions, including Campus Manager.
You have corrupted your installation. You will need to contact the TAC to get a script which can clean the server. After than, you will need to reinstall LMS 2.5. LMS 2.5 comes with RME 4.0. Once you applied a 3.5 update on top of that, you broke LMS 2.5.
The first time I encountered this issue, I uninstalled LMS and reinstalled it from scratch on the server; considering that my TAC support window for this LMS purchase has lapsed, is the script necessary, or should I rebuild the server from scratch as an alternative?
I guess my fault here was trying to patch modules up using older/out of sequence CDs that were acquired when we had a support contract for the older version.
If I can reinstall the suite cleanly, I'll just leave the versions unchanged and abstain from attempting module upgrades.
The cleanup tool is necessary since the uninstall will not completely clean the system. Your alternative will be to rebuild the server from scratch.
Installing LMS 2.5, and leaving it as-is is a bad idea, too. LMS 2.5 is quite old and full of bugs. Once you have LMS 2.5 installed, there are quite a few valid updates available. You can upgrade to LMS 2.5.1 then to 2.6 by downloading the updates from http://www.cisco.com/kobayashi/sw-center/cw2000/lan-planner.shtml . After that, you can use the built-in Software Center under Common Services > Software Center > Software Update to download the latest Service Packs for RME, Common Services, Campus Manager, and DFM.
When you're all done with the updates, you should have:
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2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.