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Re: [ISSForum] Badly out of date Service Packs and XPUs.
From: sachin vijayan (san4sachingmail.com)
Date: Tue Mar 08 2005 - 02:38:42 CST
My event collector has completely stopped responding aafter manually
purging the database. The datbase had become full and had to be purged
manually. The event collector was not stopped while purging the
database manualy. Does this cause the event collector to stop
Is it possible to unregister and re register the event collector ?
Following are the versions I am using:
Site Protector 2.0 SP5
On Fri, 4 Mar 2005 21:21:50 -0500, Go_ISS <greensandgmail.com> wrote:
> Almost any sensor or component update does not matter whether you
> apply the Service Packs or the XPUs first, or it will only allow you
> to apply one before the other becomes available (example: Core
> If you are wondering which components to update first, a good general
> rule is to get your components up to date in this order (if updates
> are available for these components):
> - SiteProtector Database (because it is the heart of SiteProtector)
> - Event Collector (because in one case you need to do EC updates
> before you do Core updates)
> - Desktop Controller/Agent Manager, Deployment Manager
> - SiteProtector Core
> - Any sensor updates
> Note: If you are many Core Service Packs behind -- for example, on
> SP2 or before -- you may consider uninstalling SiteProtector and
> installing a clean version of SiteProtector Service Pack 5 (which is
> downloadable from the Download Center). Keep in mind, if you do this,
> you will lose all of the data in your database. I only say this
> because there are a LOT of updates between then and now -- it depends
> on whether you want it to go fast and don't mind losing your data, or
> want it to go slow and want to keep your data.
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