Albeit the problem I encountered is still not
resolved, thanks for the people who replied.
"Green threads" is part of Java. Solaris 7 comes
with JDK 1.1.6 where as Solaris 8 comes with JDK
1.2. Two of people who replied pointed me either
looks like java in not installed (or not installed
properly) on my system or is not in the path
So what I did was I downloaded Java 1.2.2 from
Sun and add the packages; and also make sure I
have /usr/Java1.2/bin in front of /usr/bin.
However, I still get the same error message when
I ran "./vmsa &" trying to bring up the new Veritas
Volume Manager GUI:
"Green threads support not available"
Now, I'm stucked. I have the feeling that the
problem is caused by inproper environment settings.
Does anyone have an idea or maybe I can get a sample
setting that is working on your system?
--- Daniel Rowe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Gurus,
> Another question here: I'm running Solaris 7 with
> Veriats Volume Manager 3.0.2 on a UE6000 system.
> We know that beginning from Volume Manager 3.x.x,
> it comes with the new GUI (storage administrator,
> vmsa) and the traditional GUI is no longer
> When I tried to bring up the GUI (vmsa) on my
> UE6000 consol (by the way it's running CDE) thru
> the following command (warthog is the hostname):
> warthog# setenv DISPLAY warthog:0.0
> warthog# /opt/VRTSvmsa/bin/vmsa &
> I got the following error message and the GUI never
> came up:
> "Green threads support not available"
> I have the latest Solaris 7 patches installed on
> the system and the GUI worked perfectly on Solaris
> 2.6 system, too. I searched sunsolve.sun.com for
> the phrase "Green thread" and it came up one bug ID
> Thanks in advance.
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