07-01-2010 12:05 AM
After upgrading the NSM to version 2010.2 the Linux client (running Ubuntu) works fine. But after updating to schema version 137 the Linux client hangs (last message = Loading Resources). Already deleted the .NSM folder and re-installed the client but that doesn't solve the problem. The Windows client works fine.
Does anybody has an idea for solving this problem?
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07-02-2010 05:12 AM
Thanks for the response.
As I thought the schema update is automatically performed when the client connects to the updated NSM. It's also what I see when I try to connect, but after that is hangs.
How do you install a schema update manually on a client?
07-03-2010 02:46 AM - edited 07-03-2010 02:47 AM
Problem or Goal:
NSM client hangs after DMI schema is updated.
07-13-2010 05:41 AM
The solution you describe is for the Windows client. Our windows client works fine, we only have problems with our Linux client. I've tried it under Ubuntu and Fedora but both hangs.
Do you, or somebody else, has an idea how we can investigate this problem on the NSM?
07-16-2010 11:45 AM
Well, my Co-worker and I were able to get the NSM client to load on Schema Version 139 with NSM2010.2. We logged into the nsm server and copied the following file /var/netscreen/Guisvr/Schemas-GDH/139/nsm.schema.bin to the client PC.
On the client PC we deleted the current nsm.schema.bin located ~/Network\ and\ Security\ Manager/schema-binary/. We then moved the nsm.schema.bin from the NSM server into ~/Network\ and\ Security\ Manager/schema-binary/ directory.
We re-started the NSM server and it worked. Though it did take a while to load data.
08-27-2010 06:55 AM - edited 03-30-2012 03:59 AM
It says in the technote 'First, navigate to the /tmp directory on the NSM Server. There should be a Schemas-GDH directory with a version number folder that matches the recent schema version upgrade. If the server doesn't have this directory, you cannot perform this fix'
On my server that folder didn't exist in tmp/, but it did exist in /var/netscreen/GuiSvr/Schemas-GDH/
So I copied to my Windows PC from there and that also worked.