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    PowerChute Network Shutdown version 4.1 web interface is not accessible after installation on Solaris 10 and 11

    Issue:
    After installing PowerChute Network Shutdown on Solaris 10 or 11 the web interface is not accessible. 

    Product Line:
    PowerChute Network Shutdown version 4.1

    Environment:
    Solaris 10 and 11

    Cause:
    When reviewing error.log there is an entry FATAL Timer-2 com.apcc.m11.components.WebServer.WebServerThread - Start server exception:
    java.lang.IllegalStateException: Insufficient max threads in ThreadPool: max=200 < needed=XXX (where XXX is greater than 200)
          NOTE: When PowerChute is installed to the default path error.log will be fond in /opt/APC/PowerChute/group1

    Resolution: 

    1 - Stop the PowerChute daemon. The command is  /etc/rc2.d/S99PowerChute stop
    2 - Once the service has been stopped copy the attached updated pcns.jar file to /opt/APC/PowerChute/group1/comp folder if PowerChute has been installed to the default path. 
          NOTE: We suggest keeping a copy of the old pcns.jar as a backup.
    3 - Open powerchute.sh with text editor and change the line ulimit -n 1024 to ulimit -n unlimited The file powerchute.sh will be found in /opt/APC/PowerChute/group1 if PowerChute has been installed to the default path.
          NOTE: We suggest keeping a copy of powerchute.sh as a backup.
    4 - Start the PowerChute daemon. The command is /etc/rc2.d/S99PowerChute start



     

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