RE: Name Server Port and Request Port for CMS Server Conflict

      Hi Expert,

      I am struggling with the port conflict for CMS port , I accidentally  kept the Name Server and Request Port for CMS as 6400 and tried to restart.

      Because of this now I cannot restart the CMS and nor I can login to the server any more complaining that CMS is not available.

      I am currently on Linux environment with BO 4.1 SO06.

      Can anyone help with changing the port to Auto Assign using command line by changing the property/ configuration file in Linux.

      I Tried to follow few blogs but not very sure about the way to change it in Linux.

      https://irfansworld.wordpress.com/2012/06/30/sap-bi-4-0-central-management-server-ports/

      Any Input or suggestion to resolve this will be really appreciated.

      Thanks,

      Vibhav

      Close Save with I thought I lost my BOBJ Environment.   Followed the following steps: 1) ./stopservers 2) ./serverconfig.sh 3) Choice 3 - Modify a Server Intelligence Agent 4) Choose the number of the SIA you would like to modify, selected choice 1). 5) Choice 4 - Modify a Server 6) Choose the number of the entry you want to modify, selected choice 1). 7) Choose port, (I am assuming this is step 7 of the admin guide page 165), I added the <external IP address>:<6400>. 8) Indicate whether or not the CMS shoudl automatically start, selected yes. 9) Left…

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      Jon Reviewer Asked on November 2, 2016 in bi solution-architecture.
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        Close Save with I thought I lost my BOBJ Environment.

         

        Followed the following steps:

        1) ./stopservers

        2) ./serverconfig.sh

        3) Choice 3 – Modify a Server Intelligence Agent

        4) Choose the number of the SIA you would like to modify, selected choice 1).

        5) Choice 4 – Modify a Server

        6) Choose the number of the entry you want to modify, selected choice 1).

        7) Choose port, (I am assuming this is step 7 of the admin guide page 165), I added the <external IP address>:<6400>.

        8) Indicate whether or not the CMS shoudl automatically start, selected yes.

        9) Left command line the same

        10) Saved changes.

        11) ./startserver.sh

        Thanks,

        Vibhav

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