What is the version on BBSA that you are trying to install
I do not think this is for database..
these are all for different application module such as Compliance, Configuration & Provisioning etc.
now which are the application that you have hosted..
then you check for database side..what to install..
you should have some thing like : BSA 8.x External Files
BSA 8.2.00 SP4 External Files
BSA 8.3 External Files
The external files should be the same for all 3 downloads (compare the md5sum of each zip). In terms of the product, we do not make any difference between the module. All are being installed. It's more a question on what have been purchased. However, the base product line is BMC BladeLogic Server Automation Suite.
You just need to make sure you donwload the external files for the same version as your Application Server.
use sqlcmd and try to connect to DB using "bladelogic" user credententials.
check whether you are able to connect or not.
Common mistake is that you didn't actually enable named pipes. In 2005, you have to specifically turn on named pipes.
To enable named pipes and TCP/IP for Microsoft SQL Server 2005:
- Click Start > Programs > Microsoft SQL Server 2005 > Configuration Tools > SQL Server Configuration Manager.
- Under SQL Server 2005 Network Configuration > Protocols for MSSQLSERVER:
- Double-click the protocol name TCP/IP and set the property ENABLED to Yes.
- Double-click the protocol name Named Pipes and set the property ENABLED to Yes.
- To restart MS SQL 2005 service, run the following commands in the command prompt window of the Parallels Pro Control Panel server:
net stop mssqlserver
net start mssqlserver
also - did you manually create the 'bladelogic' database and the user you are trying to connect as, and grant the user dbo on that database? the script will not do that.
Your second error message is your clue. Is the application server separate from your file server? If so, can you connect from the appserver to the file server over port 4750? Is there an RSCD agent installed and running on your file server? What entries does the export and users.local file on your file server contain? If this is a Windows box the security files are located in the C:\Windows\rsc directory.
You can not use C:\NSH\Staorage, it should be
Please change path as above and click next
And the default, insecure mapping would be to put "* rw,user=Administrator" in the exports file in that directory (C:\windows\rsc). Change "Administrator" to be your Administrator-equivalent account if you use a different one.
Once you've got the install done, you can fix up the ACLs to be much more secure.
Sorry, ignore my last message:
- Make sure port 4750 is opened from App server to file server
- Send me the users.local and expert file