I started the support assistant from the command prompt, just so I can see the log that it generates. Have attached it to this report.
The addon/upgrade does not get applied.
The output of the ISA Help->Support->View log is:
2012-12-11T19:09:18.700+05:30 WARNING A Product add-on 'IBM Support Assistant Product Feature' was placed in the 'ISA' category on the update site. This add-on is invalid. com.ibm.esupport.client.update
$ uname -a
Linux oc6688120108.ibm.com 2.6.32-279.14.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Oct 31 13:23:23 CET 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Pinned topic ISA on: 4.1.2.00 Build id: 101123-1186 fails to upgrade to 4.1.4.x
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Updated on 2013-01-07T17:27:35Z at 2013-01-07T17:27:35Z by BaltoSteve
meli 100000VUUX53 Posts
Re: ISA on: 4.1.2.00 Build id: 101123-1186 fails to upgrade to 4.1.4.x2012-12-12T16:19:51ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.If your log file I read the following:
184.108.40.20621018-1000 ) Type= ISA ]" ::class.method=com.ibm.esupport.client.update.core.ISAProvisioning.installFeatures() ::thread=Worker-2 ::loggername=com.ibm.esupport.client.update
2012/12/11 18:55:14.316 WARNING CWPPR0512W: You do not have write access to install feature com.ibm.pvc.webcontainer.feature.securitypackpatch.fp5 version 220.127.116.1120909-2214 to /opt/ibm/IBMSupportAssistant_41/rcp/eclipse/. The feature will not be installed
Can you make sure you have the proper permissions to write in the appropriate folder(s)?
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK642 Posts
Re: ISA on: 4.1.2.00 Build id: 101123-1186 fails to upgrade to 4.1.4.x2012-12-13T14:06:32ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- meli 100000VUUX
I then decided to run ISA as sudo, from the command prompt.
Have attached the logs.
The installation fails with an equally cryptic statement - view the attached screenshot
BaltoSteve 270000RYTD30 Posts
Re: ISA on: 4.1.2.00 Build id: 101123-1186 fails to upgrade to 4.1.4.x2013-01-07T17:27:35ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Just a thought, try this:
Apply the update with ISA running as an Administrator, which isn't necessarily the same as you being logged on as an Administrator. In Windows 7, launch ISA via shift & right click on the icon, then select 'Run as Administrator' from the list.
Steve Gorham, Baltimore