You did not post the jrm.log. I'm also not sure why you're trying to reinitialize the cmf database. At this point, that seems to be overkill, and may not fix the underlying problem.
Jrm appears to be working just fine. Was the hostname on this server changed? Post the output of the command:
pdreg -l CTMJrmServer
And the NMSROOT\lib\classpath\md.properties file. Additionally, it appears Daemon Manager has been up since 8/6. Simply restarting may get things back in sync.
This looks good assuming the hostname of the server is ciscolms. Is this problem still occurring? Have you tried restarting Daemon Manager? It could simply be a timing issue.
Post screenshots of the Services control panel showing all of the CiscoWorks services. Additionally, the pdshow appears truncated. Run:
pdshow > pdshow.txt
Then post the pdshow.txt.
Your netstat output is truncated. Run this command:
netstat -a -n -o -b > netstat.txt
Then post the netstat.txt. One of the ports required by RmeGatekeeper is in use by another process.
There was something bound to one of the RmeGatekeeper ports, but all the ports appear to be free now. You should be able to restart the RmeGatekeeper, and have it stay up. Try running:
Then verify it stays in a running state. If so, restart Daemon Manager, and that should allow all of the daemons to resync.
thanks for your response, i will check the same and upadte you,
If i found different Ip than i need to replace that IP address in Gatekeeper.cfg file, Plse confirm