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Pinned topic Error loading bboopcrt

‏2011-04-26T09:15:17Z |
Get an error when I try to bring up the Daemon started task.

Trace: 2011/04/21 15:17:51.249 02 t=BE5A78 c=UNK key=S2 tag= (8401C3E5)
Description: Throw CORBA system except, w/MSG
exception id: CORBA::INTERNAL
minor code: c9c211eb
from filename: ./bbgoorbi.cpp
at line: 997
extended message: BBOO0335E BPX1LOD LOAD OF bboopcrt FAILED RC=81, REASON=53B006C.

I've found bboopcrt in /websphere/v8r0/z9cell/z9dmnode/DeploymentManager/lib but this is a symbolic link to an invalid library. Presumably this is left over from the previous version of WAS 8 that I had in this configuration.

I could change the link to point to the correct library, but I'd like to know why the link is wrong or if I did something wrong during the upgrade.

Cheers
Graham
Updated on 2011-05-03T15:17:40Z at 2011-05-03T15:17:40Z by dysonbags
  • dysonbags
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    Re: Error loading bboopcrt

    ‏2011-05-03T10:40:39Z  in response to dysonbags
    Still can't get past this error.

    Cheers
    Graham
    • jmierze
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      Re: Error loading bboopcrt

      ‏2011-05-03T11:55:34Z  in response to dysonbags
      The beta releases of WebSphere Application Server Version 8 don't have full post-installer support; that is, you can't change the WAS product level underneath a configuration and expect the server to run correctly.

      Do you have the same problem if you configure a server at the current level of the code?

      Jeff Mierzejewski
      • dysonbags
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        Re: Error loading bboopcrt

        ‏2011-05-03T12:56:53Z  in response to jmierze
        Hi Jeff,

        sorry, but I'm not familiar with some of the terms you use.

        I had an environment set up with the original release of WAS 8 beta. A DMGR, AGENT, and two application servers. All worked fine. I've now taken the latest release of the beta, run the IM jobs - all with RC=0. Now when I try to start the DMGR (and hence the DEMN), the DEMN falls over with this error.

        Are you saying that I need to start again from scratch? Delete everything in the ND and start again with zPMT?

        Cheers
        Graham
      • dysonbags
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        Re: Error loading bboopcrt

        ‏2011-05-03T12:57:27Z  in response to jmierze
        Hi Jeff,

        sorry, but I'm not familiar with some of the terms you use.

        I had an environment set up with the original release of WAS 8 beta. A DMGR, AGENT, and two application servers. All worked fine. I've now taken the latest release of the beta, run the IM jobs - all with RC=0. Now when I try to start the DMGR (and hence the DEMN), the DEMN falls over with this error.

        Are you saying that I need to start again from scratch? Delete everything in the ND and start again with zPMT?

        Cheers
        Graham
        • jmierze
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          Re: Error loading bboopcrt

          ‏2011-05-03T13:30:07Z  in response to dysonbags
          Yes, you have to start from scratch.

          Between one beta refresh and the next, enough changes are made that you cannot re-use a configuration from a previos beta release with code from a new beta release.

          With the general-release version of the product, the post-installer will make any necessary adjustments when upgrading, say, to a new fix pack level. This capability is not pessent in the beta code.

          Jeff Mierzejewski
          WebSphere Application Server for z/OS Installation and Configuration
          jmierze@us.ibm.com
          • dysonbags
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            Re: Error loading bboopcrt

            ‏2011-05-03T15:17:40Z  in response to jmierze
            Hi Jeff,

            Yes, that works. I've redone the migration and the DMGR and the DEMN now start.

            Thanks for your help.

            Cheers
            Graham