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N1 and port conflict

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Hi all,

i try to install N1 1.3 but i have an error.
Solaris 10 U6
There is no 8083 port in /etc/services.
Nothing in netstat -an and nothing in lsof.
Could you help me please?

N1SM Installer (version 1.3 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. [Partially Run]
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]

Failed Step: Install service provisioning components.
The following is a portion of the installer
log which may indicate the cause of the error.
If this does not indicate the cause of the
error, you will need to view the full log
file. More information on how to do that is
available below.
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Checking port 1130 using netstat
Checking port 1131 using netstat
Checking port 8083 using netstat
Checking port 8083 using telnet
The installer has detected that there may be a port conflict with current running processes. Please stop the processes which are using the following conflicting ports: 8083
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Please fix the problem and then try this step again.
For a full log of the failed install see the file: /var/tmp/installer.log.1461.

t. Try this step again (correct the failure before proceeding)
x. Exit
Enter selection: (t/x)
  • 1. Re: N1 and port conflict
    807567 Newbie
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    N1SM is EOL and if you really must install it, the latest is 1.3.3 + patches, please do install in a CLEAN, DEDICATED machine (which should relief you of your problem).

    N1SM approaches EOSL - meaning it will not be supported soon, or IF, then for large amount of $$$

    I strongly suggest you to talk to your Sun peers for xVM Ops Center 2.0 deployment, which replaced N1SM 2 years ago

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  • 2. Re: N1 and port conflict
    807567 Newbie
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    My machine is clean and dedicated.
    I don't understand where is the problem.
    xVM Ops Center 2.0 is not a free product?

    Edited by: wobee on Feb 16, 2009 7:25 AM