SUCCESS_TRAP=cmd /c c:\SendMail\Sendmail -smtp smtp.pacificlife.net -noauth 1 -noconfirm -sender email@example.com -to VAServerSupportGroup@pacificlife.com -sub "INFO: Snapshot of TEST Database on ANTXAVE1 finished successfully ( Action: %ACTION )" -body "Snapshot of DB2 TEST Database completed successfully on ANTXAVE1."
However I dont think that is the problem, Snap Creator is calling the main client so it seems like there is some other issue going on outside of SC. It cant connect as we get a socket error...maybe there is a firewall issue?
Cannot allocate socket.
> Message saved to the Failed Folder as:
"INFO_ Snapshot of TEST Database on ANTXAVE1 finished successfully ( Action_ backup ) (11-09-2013, 15.25.06).eml"
I am also using a global config file. Please see attached. I do not think it is a firewall issue because the commands run just fine from the command line and I receive the emails. We are not using Windows firewall. I can telnet to smtp.pacificlife.net 25. I have been also trying to use powershell and not luck there either. Is SnapCreator holding port 25 for something???
Now I am getting error Cannot run program “SERVER:cmd” : CreatePorcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified. I have tried it without the global config. The command is suppose to be run on the Server, this is where the SendMail program is.
I cannot run SERVER from the command line either get The filename, directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect.
Again I can run from the command line just fine without SERVER doing starting with just cmd /c then the rest of the string.
I am also trying to run the process from the command line using snapcreator.exe --profile DB2antxave1 --action backup --policy daily --config TEST --user snapdrive --passwd and I keep getting
403 Forbidden at /<c:\Program Files\Netapp\Snap_Creator_Framework\scServer4.0p1\snapcreator.exe>SanpCreator/Service/Engine.pm line 137
The snapdrive account is the Administrator account. Can you please help with error too?
Using a space after SERVER: still getting Cannot run program “SERVER:”: CreateProcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified. Attached is the cacls. We are using a domain account with local admin rights to run snapcreator server. I did change this because we were also attempting to use powershell and it was suggested to use a domain account.
I believe I have finally resolved this issue. It all had to do with the JAVA version. I rebooted my server last night ant the service would not start. I found this in the Admin Guide. See Below. I installed the 64 bit version of JAVA. My OS is 64 bit and I have IE10. Now the service starts and I check my SendMail and it works.
Troubleshooting the Snap Creator start issue
The Snap Creator Server or the Windows service might not start.
You face this issue if Java is not installed or the wrong bit level or version of Java is installed. You
must install Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6 or later. You must ensure that the bit levels (32-bit