swa errors

 
catastro
Super Advisor

swa errors

Hi to all. I have a little problem with getting started with swa. I installed the depot which I downloaded from hp and always I try to run the swa report -s or swa get -p -t I get always this error:

ERROR: Cannot find the Java run-time environment needed to run the "swa report" command.

I have installed the JRE 1.4 on my system (and prior to this one I have the jre6=:

Jre14 1.4.2.11.00 Java2 1.4 RTE
Jre60 1.6.0.02.00 Java 6.0 JRE

I installed the jre1.4 from the FOE installation CDs. I am not able to find it anywhere else. My system is an HP-UX 11iv1.
Any help would be gratefull...
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Jaime Bolanos Rojas.
Honored Contributor

Re: swa errors

Hi Catastro,

Check the SWA readme file to see what is the version that is requiring. Also go through this thread, that talks about the same error:

http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1132022&admit=109447626+1225893967638+28353475

Regards,

Jaime.
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catastro
Super Advisor

Re: swa errors

Thanks for the thread Jaime. I just looked at it, and it didn't help at all.
I just removed the jre version 6 and now I have another problem that is not related with java (I think):

explo:/opt/java6/bin# swa get -p -t explo.catastro.minhac.es

======= 11/05/08 15:36:01 MET BEGIN Get New Software From HP Preview
(user=rootsc) (jobid=explo)

* Analyzing Required Disk Space
ERROR: Analysis file /root/.swa/cache/swa_analysis.xml does not exist
* Analyzing Required Disk Space failed with 1 error.

======= 11/05/08 15:36:02 MET END Get New Software From HP Preview failed
with 1 error. (user=rootsc) (jobid=explo)

NOTE: More information may be found in the Software Assistant logfile
"/var/opt/swa/swa.log".
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: swa errors

Hi,

first you need to run the "swa report", if successful run "swa get", see

http://docs.hp.com/en/5992-3930/ch03s01.html?btnPrev=%AB%A0prev

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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catastro
Super Advisor

Re: swa errors

Hi Torsten. It keeps telling the same thig as the beginning. It could not find the Java run-time enviroment. It has installed the jre14 as I showed at the beginning of the thread and removed the jre6.

ERROR: Cannot find the Java run-time environment needed to run the "swa report" command.
Bob E Campbell
Honored Contributor

Re: swa errors

More fun with Java...

SWA will look for Java under "/opt/java1.5/jre/bin/java" and then "/opt/java1.4/jre/bin/java". Other locations can be specified with the environment variable $SWA_JAVA_HOME.

JRE 1.5 is recommended.
catastro
Super Advisor

Re: swa errors

Hi bob. Could you tell me where to set that enviroment variable in a config file in order to keep it even after rebooting the system?
I guess I could not set the path for pointing to java6, am I right? Thanks
catastro
Super Advisor

Re: swa errors

Hi. I got at least after looking through a lot of web sites the JRE 1.5 for hp-ux. Now it works, but with a little error now.

ERROR: Unexpected error while downloading CRL from "http://crl.verisign.comRSASecureServer.crl" specified by extended option "crl_url". It may be necessary to specify a proxy. Alternatively, you may choose to disable CRL checking. Error was "Connection timed out".

I know I have to put a proxy somewhere, but do't remember the format. I think it has to be placed in /etc/opt/swa/swa.conf, right?
But in which format should be written?
Or it is better to configure it in /etc/opt/sec_mgmt/spc/spc_config? The format as I can see in this file is https_proxy=https://10.57.222.43:443 and my proxy server ip is 10.57.222.43
But it keeps telling me the error. Any idea?
catastro
Super Advisor

Re: swa errors

Now I got this error:

ERROR: Failed to read: https://ftp.itrc.hp.com/wpsl/bin/doc.pl/screen=wpslDownloadPatch/swa_catalog.xml.gz?PatchName=/export/patches/swa_catalog.xml.gz Message: URL cannot be opened. Connection timed out

How can I solve this situation? It happens sometimes maybe because the HP server is not avalable?
Bob E Campbell
Honored Contributor

Re: swa errors

Both problems are related to proxies. Assuming the same proxy exists for each you can use:

-x proxy=http://myProxy:8888

with "myProxy" and "8888" replaced as needed by your proxy and port. This is set globally in /etc/opt/swa/swa.conf or for each user within ~/.swa.conf.