NAS users: need to force JRE 1.5.0 to run, so we can use the Celerra
We have an LS, that uses an EMC NAS. The NAS is administered by the EMC Celerra 5.6 control panel.
When I login to the A-SRV, open a browser, and enter the NAS address, I get an error that JRE has to be present and running. I get around this then by launching enVision, then using one of the enVision windows that has JRE running. Messy, but it works.
The problem I'm having is... I can't login to the Celerra from other servers in my LS. No matter what I do, I still get the error that JRE has to be present. I know that it is, and have gone to the JRE\bin folder and run as many java apps as I can find (javaw.exe, java control panel). Still, Celerra won't run from any of these other servers.
It only runs when I log into the A-SRV, launch enVision, then use the open enVision window.
Any suggestions to get JRE to formally run on the other servers so I can login to Celerra?
Hmmm. Dunno why you need to do any of that. A simple shortcut to the http://<ip address> of the celerra CS works for me, on the ASRV. I have updated our JRE though.
As for the other servers, I think you need to install the 32bit JRE since the browser is 32bit. Can't say I've bothered to do that, but if you need to...
Both of you should be moving the NAS control station to your routable network. Once the NS-120 CS is on the routable network, enable call home and enter your site ID. This allows the NAS to automatically notify EMC and yourself's of a frame failure, storage growth rate alarms, and many other daily/weekly checkup reports. Lot's of advantages of enabling this. Just need a IP address and a cable run. Also manage the NAS from your desktop. (Make sure you change the passwords please)
I have JRE 1.5.0_17 in my ASRV (enVisoin 4.0 SP4 P6) and giveme an error when a try to connecto to celerra CS.
If possible update the JRE version of ASRV..??