Recently i have PPM 9.10, then i upgraded to PPM 9.12.
My problem is that after applying the ppm-912-SP2.jar patch i am not able to
start my PPM server from the services.
"Could not start the HP PPM DEVELOPMENT_SERVER services on Local Computer
Error 43: 0x2b "
Can you start PPM in command line?
Howto do it: launch Cygwin, go to the <PPM home directory>\bin and do 'sh kStart.sh'
look at the serverLog.txt filed under <PPM home directory>\server\<Kintana server name>\logs and find 'Ready !'.
Then you'll need to stop PPM (sh kStop.sh -now <-name admin>) and run sh kConfig.sh to reconfigure the PPM windows service.
Do i have to wait till the kStart.sh to finish?
Because it's taking some time but i haven't receive a confirmation that
the service is already started. The last line was ". . . 47 more"
I also ckeck the serverLog file and found couple of "Ready !"s
So what exactly is this "Ready !" for?
Following your step with kStop.sh "Error: Connection refused: connect"
I am able to run the service now. What i did was, i deleted the "tmp" and "work" under the server/server_name
directory. Then run kUpdateHTML.sh and kStart.sh.
The PPM now runs in the browser, but the problem is that everytime i close the cygwin, the server goes down.
im still finding the best solution for this. :P
This is the known problem with Cygwin.
You can use HP PPM windows service to start/stop PPM server.
Im just running my PPM server in a Virtual Machine.
Everytime i turn-off the machine the server also turns-off.
So everytime i start my VM, i must also start the server again via cygwin.