can you attach (adv editor) the entire bldeploy log from the target for this ?
it looks like there's an issue writing to the 'blpackage tracking database' file which tracks the blpackages pushed to a target.
Thank You Jim.
Bill, found any issues which need to be corrected ?
right so this:
12/01/16 13:08:44.279 DEBUG bldeploy - Opening database: C:/SRVApps/Bladelogic/RSC//Transactions/Database/package_tracking.db 12/01/16 13:08:44.282 DEBUG bldeploy - === setAssetValues 12/01/16 13:08:44.282 DEBUG bldeploy - set: packageName is changed 12/01/16 13:08:44.282 DEBUG bldeploy - set: packageId is changed 12/01/16 13:08:44.283 DEBUG bldeploy - set: packageVersion is changed 12/01/16 13:08:44.283 DEBUG bldeploy - set: deviceName is changed 12/01/16 13:08:44.283 ERROR bldeploy - Failure to start transaction: 8 attempt to write a readonly database 12/01/16 13:08:44.284 ERROR
bldeploy - Failure to create package data: attempt to write a readonly database
indicates that the mapped user can't write to the C:/SRVApps/Bladelogic/RSC//Transactions/Database/package_tracking.db which is used to track the blpackages deployed to the target. can your mapped user write to the file? these errors seem to indicate you are not mapped to a local admin which might be a problem:
12/01/16 13:08:43.352 WARN bldeploy - Error looking up current user's privileges: Access is denied. 12/01/16 13:08:43.352 DEBUG bldeploy - *Unknown* - Enabled by default 12/01/16 13:08:43.353 WARN bldeploy - Error looking up current user's privileges: Access is denied. 12/01/16 13:08:43.353 DEBUG bldeploy - *Unknown* - Disabled 12/01/16 13:08:43.355 WARN bldeploy - WARNING: The effective user does not have Administrator privileges. It is highly recommended that this action be performed as a user with Administrator privileges on the remote machine. Results will vary when run as a user without these privileges. 12/01/16 13:08:43.357 WARN bldeploy - See documentation for info about agent user privilege mapping.