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Wierd RME error??

VLAN RUNNING May 24 2007 16:03:52 CM0012: Unable to create new version on archive $1 Action: Check if disk space is available and directory has required permissions

I have checked disk space and their is plenty, i have looked at the version tree and it is fine. Any suggestions on why I am getting this error? This is on a Cisco 3750 PoE switch.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Wierd RME error??

It is not possible the username is different. When you run this script is the RME database running? dmgtd needs to be running for these scripts to work.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Wierd RME error??

Looks like CSCsh39475. Patch is available from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/cw2000-rme .

New Member

Re: Wierd RME error??

I dont have a "install dir/bin/perl" folder in my CiscoWorks install directory, so I created a "perl" folder in my "bin" folder. I also installed active perl on my LMS server. Then when I try to run the script it generates and error on line 14. States it cant find CRM.pm? Im I missing something here? Please explain further....Thanks

Cisco Employee

Re: Wierd RME error??

You should have a file, NMSROOT\bin\perl.exe where NMSROOT is the path into which you've installed CiscoWorks (e.g. C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx). DO NOT create a directory NMSROOT\bin\perl.

You do not need to install any other Perl distribution. CiscoWorks ships with its own. You must also run the CiscoWorks version of Perl to apply the patch. For example:

NMSROOT\bin\perl.exe C:\temp\patch.pl

Also, if the ActiveState Perl changed the Path environment variable, you must reset it such that the CiscoWorks components appear first in the path.

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Re: Wierd RME error??

I got it now, In the directions to install it looks like /perl is a directory instead of an executable inside the /bin directory. I got it installed, only thing is that Im trying to specify my username/password and in the script and it isnt liking it. I have the Common Services DB password written down but is the username going to be "admin" or something else? Is their a default username? Thanks Again for the help.

Cisco Employee

Re: Wierd RME error??

The RME database password is DBA. The default password is random. You can use NMSROOT\bin\dbpasswd.pl to change this.

New Member

Re: Wierd RME error??

Ok still having trouble running the scripts. I changed the password and set it up in the perl script and i just keep getting the same error about it not liking my credentials. So I changed the password again, same thing. Is it possible the username is different? and if so how would I find out what it is?

DBConnection Failed for connection string 'UID=dba;PWD=password;DSN=rmeng'

Cisco Employee

Re: Wierd RME error??

It is not possible the username is different. When you run this script is the RME database running? dmgtd needs to be running for these scripts to work.

New Member

Re: Wierd RME error??

Thanks! I got it all working and cleared out the mismatches. I forgot to restart the DB after I shut it down to install the patch. Thanks for all your help in this matter.

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