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Sorry to hear you're having problems :(
rhugga1 wrote:Did you run the standalone Java Console (i.e. you installed it on your desktop), or do you mean the Java Console that can be launched from the link in your browser? If in standalone mode, were you running any personal firewalls (i.e. Windows firewall or ZoneAlarm on Windows, iptables on Linux etc)?
Show-stopper problems right out of the box:
1) Java console won't connect. Tried from a mac, linux, and windows system. No logging or useful error messages.
You could try logging in using the CLI on your SunMC Server (/opt/SUNWsymon/sbin/es-cli) to see if it's a connectivity issue or a user/password issue.
rhugga1 wrote:Are you running a full install of Solaris (i.e. SUNWCXall or SUNWCall)? Has any hardening been done to the OS (like JASS/SST scripts being run)? The web UI should work, but I would diagnose your Java Console issues first, since they both end up talking to the same back-end (and the Java Console is more useful).
2) Web console will at least log in but nothing works after that.. Aside from the navigation panel
on the left missing items (Tools & Monitor categories were empty) When I try to discover, I enter
rhugga1 wrote:What version of Windows did you install the Java Console on? And what version of Java did you have installed? SunMC officially only 'supports' some of the older versions of Windows, but it actually runs pretty much everywhere (i.e. we've had customers run it on Macs, and I'm running it on a Ubuntu box right now). The installer should have put a SunMC icon on your desktop if it completed successfully.
4) I then tried to install the console on a windows box. After the installer completed, all I ended up with
is some XML file in the program files\SUNWsysmon directory. Once again no logfile or anything else
to suggest an error or problem.