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MIS Systems Thread, SOLUS 3.7 in Technical; Originally Posted by Cache Just spotted this on supportnet: My Solus3 deployment rolled back tonight for some reason, just wondering ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cache View Post
    Just spotted this on supportnet:



    My Solus3 deployment rolled back tonight for some reason, just wondering if it is now related to this since I disposed of all aspects of my old database.
    Failed due to Tolerance not met for target Solus 3 GUI by any chance?

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    Anyone got a screenshot of the latest version or does it look exactly the same?

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    Ta da!

    02-07-2014 10-07-02.jpg

    As you can see it looks completely different. Overall it's quite an improvement however there are still oddly placed elements etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMat View Post
    Failed due to Tolerance not met for target Solus 3 GUI by any chance?
    Mine failed due to Tolerance not met for Solus 3 Database, so it did the .net 4.5 and the Solus 3 agent and then rolled the whole lot back.

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    Upgraded to 3.7 - Solus is now broken

    Can't deploy anything - just get In Progress all the time - nothing gets updated, no error gets logged!

    Trying to work out now how to roll back to the 3.6 version that has worked nicely for ages!

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    Check your deployment history. Is anything still deploying? i.e. is the SOLUS 3.7 still active or does is it complete?

    I had the issue initially that i couldnt deploy anything etc and it was because the 3.7 had fallen over at some point and was stuck!

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    The initial 3.7 (with the 3.7.147 client) finished OK - but updating the client to 3.7.149 is stuck 'In Progress'

    The deployment log just shows it waiting on machines that have no solus client or are offline. Its just ignoring the online ones and seems to be doing nothing else!

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    Sounds like it's fallen over.

    Check your Deployment Service (view local services > Solus3 Deployment Service) and make sure it's running. If it's not, turn it on!

    Unless you've changed it, the timeout is 30 mins so unless you desperately need it to deploy SIMS asap, leave it for 30 mins to see what it does.

    Failing that if it doesn't sort itself out, go back to services and turn off the Deployment Service, wait a minute or so and then turn it back on. This will trip the upgrade over and make it come back as a failure. This sounds like it's a bad thing but it's better than it being stuck in no-mans land.

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    I'm going to leave it - I can't restart the server until the end of day anyway.

    The client 3.7.149 deployment seems to consist of .net 4.5, client 3.7.147 and client 3.7.149 so its a triple install.

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    Always makes me think of a Sims/Solus upgrade:

    Hitler Apply's The Sim's Spring Upgrade - YouTube

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    Installed in about an hour. Seems to work OK but still very slow to navigate.

    The user interface is much nicer now, although still very hard to find out how to add a workstation.

    Got no idea why Sims Discover has a different install procedure either.

    And the Available Updates view is still as complicated as ever, although I think this may be more to do with all the re-releases that are ready to be deployed.

    Also there is still the problem where I have to enter the username/password each time I add a new workstation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    Also there is still the problem where I have to enter the username/password each time I add a new workstation.
    I'm struggling to see this as a problem to be honest. The reason for it is if you have machines which are on different networks which have different credentials needed to install as far as I can tell. Is typing a username/password in that much of a chore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    I'm struggling to see this as a problem to be honest. The reason for it is if you have machines which are on different networks which have different credentials needed to install as far as I can tell. Is typing a username/password in that much of a chore?
    I have to agree. I'm constantly adding workstations, it's not a big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    I'm struggling to see this as a problem to be honest. The reason for it is if you have machines which are on different networks which have different credentials needed to install as far as I can tell. Is typing a username/password in that much of a chore?
    I've typed the same password in over 100 times now so yes its a problem for me. Why can't it have a "save user/pass" checkbox?

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    Actually mine seems to be working now, after a long wait of seemingly no activity! I've had good results with Solus on the 3.5/3.6 releases so I didn't want it broken!

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