I've installed Patch Manager 2.1 on the same machine that RCS 4.1, RMP and RMS 3.01 are installed.
During installation I made these steps: - Selected my IntegrationServer directory - Selected the license file patch.nvd, but it asks to overwrite the IntegrationServer\modules\license.nvd. I choosed to not overwrite. When I check the license.nvd, the strings for patch aren't there!
But the big problem is: - The patch.cfg doesn't exist! - And all html files and the patch directory doesn't exist, but the installation said that it was sucessful installed.
With the recent changes in Microsoft Feed system it is REQUIRED that you use Radia Patch Manager 3.0. If you are using older patch manager than after 31st March 2006 you would not be able to manage patches for windows platforms.
For this issue, verify that under your integration server/modules directory you have patch.tkd. Then check your etc/httpd.rc file and make sure you have :
# module support patch module load patch
And its advisible to add the patch license string to the license.nvd file.
If patch.tkd is in the modules directory and it is configured to load in the httpd.rc and the license.nvd file is in place then we would need to see the httpd-3466.log Let's get it up and running then we can discuss putting it into a seperate thread.
Not sure what's going on here but the logs indicate that the RIS has not been restarted which would cause the Patch module to be loaded. When you installed RPM Server did you install it into the directory where the log/rc came from? Try restarting your RIS server and let's take another look at the logs.
What I feel is the patch manager installation is not complete, in the log file the patch module is not even referred to.. That might be because the patch.tkd is not present in modules folder..aslo see the existence of patch.cfg..
Agree to Roy's reply. in the logs i notice that ris is trying to load usage.cfg. But Usage module is commented in httpd.rc file.
Make sure your RIS nt service's internal name is httpd. If different then there must be a .rc file with the same name as your service internal name. Normally if the .rc file is not there it is created by the ris upon startup.
Please have a look under etc directory for .rc files. The restart the ris and post the logs again.