The Cisco Unified Web and E-Mail Interaction Manager version 4.2(4) installation consists of installing a Database server, a Services server, a primary Application/File server, a secondary Application server and a Web server. This document discusses the steps to troubleshoot the issues faced when you install the secondary Web/Application and Archive components in Cisco Unified Web and E-Mail Interaction Manager version 4.2(4).
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When trying to install the secondary Web/Application or Archive components in the Cisco Unified Web and E-Mail Interaction Manager version 4.2(4) as per the Installation Guide at Cisco Unified Web and E-Mail Interaction Manager Installation Guide , these issues occur:
The installer does not automatically create the system, business partition, and temp virtual directories on the Internet Information Server (IIS).
A "cisco" virtual directory with iisproxy.dll, iisproxy128.dll, egpinstall.html files inside is created. However, the iisproxy.,ini file is not there.
In the Cisco_Interaction_Manager_InstallLog.log, these two errors are seen: class com.egain.platform.module.installer.ConfigureEgainServer.install() Unexpected Fatal Error and class com.egain.platform.module.installer.ParseLogsFiles.install() runtime exception
Note: These issues occur when the Base install was used to install the primary server, then it was upgraded to 4.2(4). After that, the installation of secondary Web/Application and Archive components is attempted.
These issues are observed on the setups which have been upgraded to 4.2.4. In the upgrade process, there are a couple of changes that occur in terms of getting the process IDs of all the JAVA processes. In short, the osutils.dll file is changed during this process.
When you use the OLD installer to configure Secondary Web/Application Servers and Archive components, the installer expects the OLD osutils.dll to exist on the File System (<PL_HOME>\lib\int\platform\win32). However, as the file is changed in the upgrade process, there is a conflict and hence this issue occurs. This will occur on all the upgraded setups when you configure Secondary Application/Web and Archive components.
You need to use OLD dll because adding a new component is only possible when you use the base setup, which expects OLD dll (this is rewritten in the 4.2.4 upgrade). Perform these steps:
Copy the OLD osutils.dll file from the BACK-UP file system (<PL_HOME_BACK-UP>\lib\int\platform\win32) to the existing File System (<PL_HOME>\lib\int\platform\win32).
Perform the installation.
Revert the changes to osutils.dll back before you start the application.
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