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Reset SMD-Configuration data for the solution


I would like to know how to reset the configuration data for the solution in SMD wizard.

The solution has already the status "green" --> "This solution is ready for Diagnostics".

The problem is that I cannot change the settings for the server ("Setup parameters").

The instance number there (98) cannot be changed.

Further question:

how to install the introscope agent via SMD Wizard?

If I choose the solution and press "Setup Introscope Agent" I get the warning:

The landscape definition of the selected system is empty. Operation has been aborted

Furthermore I cannot see any parameters:

neigther for Server Node Details nor for Current VM Parameters. Here I get the warning:

There is no detail available for this server node. Check the Last Operation Result pane for more information.

Any helpful information wil be appreciated.

Thank you very much!



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  • Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 01:47 PM

    Hi Thom,

    To reset configuration there is possibility to remove Landscape Info using

    Diagnostics Administration -> Diagnostics System -> Landscape management.

    For your issue with Wily, you must have a solution correctly define. this setup will not work until you have it.


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