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PMI Activation via configurePMI/listServers.sh of WebSphere Powerpack fails

Question asked by StefanSiegl on Jul 24, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 24, 2013 by mparikh
Hi,

I tried to active PMI using the scripts listServers.sh and configurePMI.sh. Executing listServers.sh in the bin folder of WebSphere gave me the following result. I do not understand why it states, that the agent is not configured as there is an Introscope agent running on this machine.

Any Ideas?

Thank you,
Stefan


:/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/bin # ./listServers.sh /opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/wily
Realm/Cell Name: <default>
Username: ...
Password: ...
WASX7209I: Connected to process "dmgr" on node nodend using SOAP connector; The type of process is: DeploymentManager

Cell Name is iap
The node name is node0
Number of servers in node0: 3

process type is ManagedProcess

Agent not configured for cpd-member0-0 @node0 @iap
Hence not adding it to the apply_profiles.properties !!

Server cpd-member0-0 is running; state is STARTED


process type is ManagedProcess

Agent not configured for cpd-member0-1 @node0 @iap
Hence not adding it to the apply_profiles.properties !!

Server cpd-member0-1 is running; state is STARTED


process type is NodeAgent
Server nodeagent is running; state is STARTED

The node name is nodend
Number of servers in nodend: 1

process type is DeploymentManager
Server dmgr is running; state is STARTED

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