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3 replies Latest Post - ‏2011-11-02T16:23:34Z by davidlskeen
EHH9_hakan_yok
EHH9_hakan_yok
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Pinned topic NO data on Managing Server ?

‏2011-11-02T08:30:12Z |
I can't see any data on Managingn server :( Why ?

first app at screen doesn't work ... Why it doesn't work ?
Updated on 2011-11-02T16:23:34Z at 2011-11-02T16:23:34Z by davidlskeen
  • enrico.vannini
    enrico.vannini
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    Re: NO data on Managing Server ?

    ‏2011-11-02T12:11:46Z  in response to EHH9_hakan_yok
    Can you describe better ?

    the png file you attached does not show the full browser window (corrupted file?)

    I can anyway see that some DC are connected to the MS.

    A few suggestions I can give are:
    run /opt/IBM/itcam/WebSphere/MS/bin/am-status.sh that will ping all of the components
    check that WebSphere server is running (but it is givent he fact you are logging in
    run /opt/IBM/itcam/WebSphere/MS/bin/amclt.sh dbtest that will verify db connection settings
    check that DB Is running (of course :-) )

    but we need more info on the problem.

    Enrico Vannini
  • alethad
    alethad
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    Re: NO data on Managing Server ?

    ‏2011-11-02T15:11:10Z  in response to EHH9_hakan_yok
    Can you go to Problem Determination -> Server Activity Display -> pick your servant -> click "Recent Requests" tab and check to see if you get request data..

    Also can you check the status of your PS1 and/or PS2?

    We had a problem that the PS1 & PS2 were interpreting some type of code incorrectly. Our display was a flat line when it should have showing alot of activity.

    You've got to continue to grow, or you're just like last night's cornbread -- stale & dry Loretta Lynn alethad
    • davidlskeen
      davidlskeen
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      Re: NO data on Managing Server ?

      ‏2011-11-02T16:23:34Z  in response to alethad
      Another tool to look at this problem: MS self-diagnosis is very useful to analyze problems with the MS or with DC connectivity to the MS; it is available from the MS Visualization Engine (VE) at Administration → Managing Server → Self-Diagnosis. MS self-diagnosis shows the status of the MS components and the connections with DCs; it is described at http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v24r1/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.itcamfad.doc_7101/itcam_71_msve_help/self-diagnosis.html
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      Dave Skeen