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Adaptive Server Anywhere - Netware

2 posts in QAnywhere Last posting was on 2004-09-10 22:58:34.0Z
rchouinard83 Posted on 2004-09-10 15:03:44.0Z
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Has anyone had any problems with installs or compatiblity
issues
with Netware 5.1. Also has anyone ran to any problems with
the
server running Zenworks on the same server. I'm worried
about the Server running Server anywhere and Zenworks.. Will
this be too much for the server..

Thanks


Raymond Kwong Posted on 2004-09-10 22:58:34.0Z
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Note : This question would have been more appropriate for the general SQL
Anywhere newsgroup, as opposed to the QAnywhere newsgroup. Try posting to
sybase.public.sqlanywhere.general next time you have an ASA specific
question.

Here I would like to comment on Zenworks --

Without knowing the exact version of ZenWorks being used, it is hard to
pinpoint if there are known compatability issues. Novell would be in a
better position to answer compatability related questions. However, it is
worth noting that, according to Novell's knowledge base article:

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10066840.htm

ASA could be part of Zenwork's installation.

Will this be too much for the server? You'll need to have enough memory for
the database cache for both the Zenworks ASA database and your own's. It's
also worth noting that two dbsrv nlms in many cases cannot run on the same
box, which were known bugs that were fixed.

If your server is in v8 or v9, patch/EBF to latest build.

If your server is v6 and your ASA server used in Zenworks is 7.0.0, check
with Novell, the fix is on the ASA software that comes with Zenworks.

<rchouinard83> wrote in message news:4141c250.40c5.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Has anyone had any problems with installs or compatiblity
> issues
> with Netware 5.1. Also has anyone ran to any problems with
> the
> server running Zenworks on the same server. I'm worried
> about the Server running Server anywhere and Zenworks.. Will
> this be too much for the server..
>
> Thanks