I just got issued a new 64 bit laptop at work which has 32 bit java installed so I can run programs that aren't supported on the 64 bit version of Java. My old PC, a 32 bit windows 7 laptop, ran OnCommand 2.2 just fine. This new one won't let it install, telling me that it requires a 64 bit java runtime. Clearly that's not the case, because oncommand 2.2 is installed on my old PC with 32 bit java.
I can get it to install if I manually install java 64 bit, however that breaks parts of our ERP as well as Brocade's GUI and our non-netapp storage.
Is there a way for me to force oncommand 2.2 to install using the 32 bit java it was using on my old machine? Or am I going to have to run a VM for oncommand?
Yeah, I don't know what I was getting hung up on- now, when I download 7.11 64 bit, install it, and set it as one of the JREs in the java control panel, everything works. I think maybe the last time I tried this, it updated the java control panel or something...