Day 2 of the Oracle ACE briefings was torrent of information on new developments ...
Depending of how you are coding your script to start/stop your webserver, it might not work. Small example: [root@vv-cephei-b ~]# cat start_hcm92dmo_web.sh su - hcm92 <psadmin -w start -d peoplesoft exit EOF [root@vv-cephei-b ~]# sh ./start_hcm92dmo_web.sh Last login: Fri Sep 26 10:33:57 CEST 2014 Starting the domain [peoplesoft]. General Exception: null
When running a “ps” command as root user on Oracle Linux 7 (and CentOS 7), you may see the following : root 694 1 0 09:01 ? 00:00:00 /usr/bin/abrt-watch-log -F Backtrace /var/log/Xorg.0.log -- /usr/bin/abrt-dump-xorg -xD
Whilst I was running the database setup of a brand new FSCM 92 Peopletools 8.54 database, the server has all of sudden crashed down. Once restarted, checking the logs files produced by the DMS script, I was able to determine the step it was doing when it stopped. It was the very last step, CREATE_TEMP_TABLE. Here’s the beginning of that log :
The topic of PeopleSoft/PeopleTools versions and web browsers is often a complicated one, yet it’s an issue that every client will face when they either upgrade PeopleTools or move to a new Application version that contains a Tools increase.
I’ve never notice it before, probably already known by most of you guys. But whilst I was building a Peoplesoft database from within Windows 2012R2, I ran psae (PSADMIN AppEngine) from a Windows Power Shell command prompt. And here what I got: PS E:\pt854\bin\client\winx86> psae psae : The term 'psae' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
For many, many years, the Peoplesoft users know this (infamous) message on the login page when using, well, a non-supported OS by Peoplesoft. I remember Duncan found a workaround to hide this message, find out more here. Already 4 years ago… Maybe I’m out of date by using my old – but very well running – laptop on Windows XP Pro SP3, here it is within the image HCM92004 (Peopletools 8.53.xx) :
As of the 1st of August 2014, VMWare ESXi 5.5 supports Oracle Linux 7. 1.5 months after RHEL 7 and 2-3 weeks after CentOS 7. And good news, from the 5.5 update 2 released last week, we can set it for new guests from the Client: