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realize what you want to install(&to do) - because what you just copy pasted is a mix of broken N1SM installer (because of perl locale bug) & pathetic attempt to run N1SPS installer from N1SM DVD.
SO, if you want to install N1SM - get latest version (1.3.3) & read the guides & especially release notes first, trust me, you HAVE TO.
On the other side if you want N1SPS, than download it's latest version (5.2.1) and if applicable a patch (5.2.4) and you also might want to read its guides, since it's more like a framework & you will not understand until you skim the guides.
I intentionally left out links to downloads and guides, google is your friend & I know you can find it ! ;)
xing the fingers
all what i did is the following:
download the N1 SM then the installation Guide
PS: i'm not installing from the DVD because i dont have DVD-rom so i made ftp to a directory
i run the installer from the directory:
N1SM Installer (version 1.3.3 on SunOS)
1. Install OS packages. [Completed]
2. Install Expect. [Completed]
3. Install IPMI tool. [Completed]
4. Install JDK 1.5. [Completed]
5. Install service provisioning components. [Not Completed]
6. Install OS provisioning components. [Not Completed]
7. Copy DHCP configuration file. [Not Completed]
8. Install user interface components. [Not Completed]
9. Install service container components. [Not Completed]
10. Install N1 System Manager. [Not Completed]
Non-interactive install in progress.
Executing current step: Install service provisioning components...
and it hanged!!!
i got the log file from the guide i have downloaded it
so is this can define the problem???
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The same issue ?
like what ?
locale wise ?
"Error! This package seems to be corrupted." ?
if second one, then check your download (md5) , because it seems broken
the other thing might be you install on unsupported system, or you are missing patches
(if we are talking N1SPS here)
If we are talking N1SM, I suggest you ask for xVMOC, which replaced N1SM long time ago.
all in all, with a support contract feel free to get an explorer of your system, open a case with Sun, send it over with proper product name, version and problem description(eventually log of install /var/tmp/???) and Sun will solve the problem for you
Generally if you use an OS setup described in guides, your system is not tainted with blastwave or sunfreeware and you don't have some exotic naming or broken network setup the installation is pretty straightforward.
Also suggested is a dedicated server (no zone, at least for N1SM).