Just to add to my last post. I thought I might have sussed it as I noticed that alot more .xml files got updated with the new free disk info in:
but still no joy after copying and pasting all these to the 2nd tomcat folder and stopping/starting 2nd Perceive URL. :_|
I am trying though !!!
Nice find - a very worthy addition to the thread. Many of my customers are unable to get access to the Internet from their Perceive server so this is really handy!
I installed it using this approach just this week but I didn't need to modify anything to get it to work. I simply ran
<br />ppm install packagename.ppd<br />
I'm not sure if it matters that I was running v5.8 which now appears to have all of the necessary modules.
I've been running 7.1.21 for quite some time and I've never had a problem with it. Is there a pkg attribute in the query tag for the metric you want to remove? The other thing to keep in mind is that the -r option is case sensitive - make sure you match the spelling exactly. It won't complain if it doesn't find an entry that matches and I don't intend on updating it unless someone wants to provide me with some incentive ($$) to do so.
To be more specific, it is not removing any packages, including yours, from vis-sql, udr, and the patches files. It is removing correctly from common.
I did a clean installation of 7.1.21, and then added the packages in a Windows environment. Can you think of any places to look? Could it be a problem with the XPath module?
If it was CASE sensitive related, I would expect problems on only my packages.