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2. Consult the sections in this guide that describe how to resolve problems found
with the installation or the help for the error message that has been displayed.
3. If the solution to the problem requires you to change one of the values that
you entered in the installation wizard, select the Properties tab and make the
required changes. Then click Apply.
4. Click the Status tab, change the status to ready, then click Apply. The Step
list is redisplayed.
5. If you want to run only the step that failed to ensure, for example, that the
change you made has worked, click Run Next. This runs the first step in the
step list (in step number order) with a status of ready. When the step finishes
successfully, you can run the other steps in the installation in the same way (in
sequence) or you can use Run All.
6. To resume the installation, click Run All. The wizard attempts to complete all
outstanding steps, starting with the step that you have modified.
10.1.5 Tivoli Dynamic Workload Broker server troubleshooting
The Tivoli Dynamic Workload Broker server installer uses the Dynamic Failsafe
Installation Framework (CMISMP) to avoid failures.
During the first installation phase, files are installed on the box and minimal
configuration is performed. If anything fails in this phase, the installation is rolled
back.
During the second installation phase, the installation steps are run. If anything
fails, the user is prompted to diagnose the failure.
Server installation trace and logs
the Tivoli Dynamic Workload Broker server installation trace and logs are located
in the following directories:
򐂰 /tmp/TDWB/msg_installation.log: This is the log file of the installation. This
file is in the Problem Determination XML format and is intended to be used by
customer and support.
򐂰 /tmp/TDWB/trace_installation.log: This is the trace file of the installation. This
file is in plain text and is supposed to be used by support (L2/L3).
򐂰 /tmp/TDWB/trace_installation_xml.log: This is the trace file of the installation
in the Problem Determination XML format. This file is intented to be used to
feed a Problem Determination tool.
򐂰 /tmp/TDWBSilentResult.log: This file holds a message with the result of the
silent install.

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