06-14-2016 11:07 PM
I think the issue is related to Java Release because BNA 12.3.x in the installation step, try to install Java 1.7
I know this is very annoing,
I would suggest without any kind of warranty:
- uninstall Java 1.8, verified if no other Java release are installed.
- Install Java 1.7 u76
- restart the current BNA to check if working correct ( is probable you get some error when you try to open webtools from some switches with newest FOS release, as this required newest Java, can be ignored )
- now, close the BNA and try again with the BNA Upgrade.
06-29-2016 09:23 PM
thanks for your suggestion but I have some bad news. I tried everything like you mentioned but the upgrade is still failing with the same error message so I have to investigate more thouroughly.
06-29-2016 09:57 PM
I've few questions.
1- is the current productive 12.1.5 a native Install or was already upgraded from another preview release ?
2- in BNA, both, DB password and dcfmadmin passwords, are by default ?
3- did you start the upgrade local or remote ?
in some Circumstance i.e. by Windows Remote Management, port 80 is in use, and this can be caused a conflict
with "netstat -nao" check if Port 80 is still in used
06-30-2016 12:56 AM - edited 06-30-2016 12:57 AM
Bad news again: rollback during "initializing and migrating database"
06-30-2016 09:03 AM
-->>Bad news again: rollback during "initializing and migrating database"
Indeed, and is very courious.
Do you have enough space on the HDD ? both C:\ and x:\Backup Partitions ?
when BNA begin with Upgrade/Migration are you sure you point in the correct Folder ?
06-30-2016 09:47 PM - edited 07-01-2016 12:34 AM
did you have access to BNA Release 12.2.0 ?
I compare some thing between the versions, and have found that the postgre ODBC version between the BNA Version itself is different.
I have found an internal postgre JODBC note, that dealt various issues "with and beetwen" the JOBDC Release.
BNA 12.1.5 used different JODBC Driver Version as 12.3.x, while 12.2.0
(accord some Brocade notes and the OSCD ) use the same patched release as 12.1.5 and 12.1.6
I'm not sure if this can caused a issue, but a test to Upgrade first to v12.2.0 can not hurt.
07-01-2016 03:10 AM
I checked again disk usage during upgrade but both partitions have been filled by about 50%. So this shouldn't be a problem.
I don't have access to 12.2.0 and was not able to try an upgrade to 12.2.0 therefore. Maybe you can give me a hint on how/where to get this version because it is no longer available in Brocade "Downloads" section.
07-01-2016 03:21 AM
I know that the release is no longer available for download.
Please send me a email ( my email address is in my profile ) I'll point you to download.
As saied in my preview post, I'm not sure if this solve you problem, but I'm a bit confident.
07-01-2016 04:50 AM
the update to 12.2.0 finished sucessfully. So I'll wait some time (I'm out of office for some weeks) and then try to upgrade to 12.3.x and give you a feedback afterwards.