Finllay, the problem was resolved. Especially
thanks to Larry Garrett, who pointed out with my
VRTSvmsa installation, did it have the following
In my case, nope! Under /opt/VRTSvmsa/jre,
I even don't have bin and lib subdirectories.
(Don't know why the previous sysadmin didn't
After tar and copying these two directories from
another system that is work, ./vmsa starts working.
Thanks to everyone who replied and again
especially thanks to Larry Garrett.
--- Daniel Rowe <email@example.com> wrote:
> Albeit the problem I encountered is still not
> resolved, thanks for the people who replied.
> "Green threads" is part of Java. Solaris 7 comes
> with JDK 1.1.6 where as Solaris 8 comes with JDK
> 1.2. Two of people who replied pointed me either
> looks like java in not installed (or not installed
> properly) on my system or is not in the path
> So what I did was I downloaded Java 1.2.2 from
> Sun and add the packages; and also make sure I
> have /usr/Java1.2/bin in front of /usr/bin.
> However, I still get the same error message when
> I ran "./vmsa &" trying to bring up the new Veritas
> Volume Manager GUI:
> "Green threads support not available"
> Now, I'm stucked. I have the feeling that the
> problem is caused by inproper environment settings.
> Does anyone have an idea or maybe I can get a sample
> setting that is working on your system?
> Thanks again,
> --- Daniel Rowe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi Gurus,
> > Another question here: I'm running Solaris 7 with
> > Veriats Volume Manager 3.0.2 on a UE6000 system.
> > We know that beginning from Volume Manager 3.x.x,
> > it comes with the new GUI (storage administrator,
> > vmsa) and the traditional GUI is no longer
> > available.
> > When I tried to bring up the GUI (vmsa) on my
> > UE6000 consol (by the way it's running CDE) thru
> > the following command (warthog is the hostname):
> > warthog# setenv DISPLAY warthog:0.0
> > warthog# /opt/VRTSvmsa/bin/vmsa &
> > I got the following error message and the GUI
> > came up:
> > "Green threads support not available"
> > I have the latest Solaris 7 patches installed on
> > the system and the GUI worked perfectly on Solaris
> > 2.6 system, too. I searched sunsolve.sun.com for
> > the phrase "Green thread" and it came up one bug
> > (#4262843)
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Regards,
> > -Daniel
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