I am not sure but I think you didn?t. You should add at least one and manage it in Campus and RME and DFM. As well you should configure all the backup processes and purge jobs you think you need or LMS requires. After that you can came back and look at the process table. You will understand that some processes depend on how you have configured LMS. So if some possible features aren?t enabled the correspondig process states "never started" and others will start on a schedulded basis.
READ these guides and you will know more afterwards:
If you get a message indicating jrm is down, but the jrm process is up, this can be due to one of a few things. For example, hostname changes, ACS integration, and Common Trust User misconfiguration can all cause connections to jrm to fail.
Given the large number of process failures, I suggest you open a Service Request with the TAC. There are a few logs that need to be analyzed here as well as some server parameters (e.g. CiscoWorks Service startup parameters).
You can reinstall LMS 2.5 on the same machine or a different machine using the same license key. However, if you have two versions of any of RME, Campus Manager, DFM, or IPM running, then you will need two licenses.
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