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Re: [ISSForum] Troubles with installing XPU's
I did the reboot and it did not work. I checked some more stuff. The
Console states that the Core is at SP5.2 level. However, when I run an
update (since it says updates are available) it only show a SP5.1 update? I
can actully run the update, but the result is an OK message stating the
update has occured, however, it only takes a second or 10 to do so.
For Server Sensors it's even more weird. They run at SP 4.3. I can
deinstall them, so I run them at SP 4.1. Then I can reinstall the SP4.3.
without a problem (except for the message that I need to install XPU
22.37first, which I think has not happened).
So, to me it seems there's an administrative issue: updates are installed,
but not correctly processed in the system, or something like that. If anyone
has an idea: pls let me know. If not, let's wait and see what our support
says. I will post the findings.
On 11/22/05, Richard Franken <rs.franken@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I too have experienced the reboots needed. The odd thing in this case is
> that de SP DB is already at 5.2, and the system shows an update to 5.1.
> When I run the update, it actually updates the system. I have not yet tried
> the reboot; will do that in an hour or so.
> The strange thing is that the error message is relate to a XPU from
> december 2004, one that has been installed already ( I reinstalled the
> entire IDS environment in May 2005, based on the latest software
> downloadable from the ISS site). We already have a ticket open with our
> supplier, but unfortunately they too haven't heard of this error message.
> Wil try to update those components that have an update, but the Sensors.
> Then I will do a reboot, try to update the sensors and will post the results
> to the list.
> On 11/21/05, Jason Baeder <jason_baeder@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I have not seen that particular XPU-related error before. However, I
> > have found that when there are updates for the SP Core or the SP
> > Database I need update them _first_, then _reboot_ both before
> > updating the sensors. Otherwise, things get really weird. I'm pretty
> > sure that ISS recommends updating the Database and Core first, but I
> > don't think they mention the reboot.
> > HTH,
> > Jason
> > --- Richard Franken <rs.franken@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > Hi all,
> > > Currently I am having issues applying ANY XPU update on a Realsecure
> > > Siteprotector 2.0 SP 5.2 environment. Everytime I try to update a
> > > Server
> > > Sensor I receive the following error:
> > > Installing update package SiteProtector/SPSS_POLICY_20041214.xpu
> > > Installation of update failed. Error: Could not find XPU Target.
> > > [ID=0xc7420035]
> > > Acquire master status on Sensor ss_SENSOR@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx(#11)
> > > successful.
> > > Installing the update ...
> > > Update file SiteProtector/SPSS_POLICY_20041214.xpu has already been
> > > downloaded, no need to download.
> > > When I try to update one of the Internetscanners, I receive the
> > > exact same
> > > error message.
> > > However, when I try to update the SP Core (running SP 5.2 .) it shows
> > > a 5.1update for the Database, it can be installed, but nothing
> > > changes
> > > in the
> > > console, nor does the Available Update column change from Yes to No.
> > > Has anyone seen this before and know what to do? Right now I am
> > > kinda stuck
> > > with the situation.
> > > Regards,
> > >
> > > Richard
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