StoreADE 2.4 - strange issue

From: SMITH, Kev (kev.smith_at_atosorigin.com)
Date: 09/05/05

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    Date: Mon, 5 Sep 2005 08:57:49 +0100
    
    

    All,

    We are running storeade 2.4 with 117650-45 & 117654-45 installed. It is a
    simple setup with one master monitoring some 6320's, some FC tape drives and
    a bunch of switches.

    After the server it runs on [which is also a DNS server] was rebooted last
    week, I am now getting an error on the java console stating:

    "Invalid setup. The Storage A.D.E engine is not configured as a Master. The
    Master Storage A.D.E engine is located at : indadmwht"

    Funny, thing is that indadmwht IS the master and there are no other master
    servers configured.

    Could this be somesort of lookup issue with the localhost & DNS

    Any help appreciated

    Thanks

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    Kev Smith
    Unix Team Leader
    Atos Origin, IND Croydon
     
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