I tried posting this yesterday, but the forums flagged it as spam for
some reason. So I created a support case (JAMF-3163676), but have not
heard anything.I upgraded our JAMF 10.30.0 server to 10.31.1 last night.
Everything went fine except now it's ...
Update 2021-09-22: Please check my other thread for the solution:
This thread was stuck in admin approval and got released later.I
upgraded tonight fr...
We had our Casper server (Mac mini) crash a few weeks back, so we
decided to upgrade to newer hardware. The server (9.81) is online and
running with clients communicating. Nothing seems out of the ordinary
from that standpoint. The problem seems to b...
Perfect! Thank you @roger_crawford! That's all I had to do.
For anyone else:touch /var/log/JAMFChangeManagement.log chown
jamftomcat:jamftomcat /var/log/JAMFChangeManagement.log restart
servicesMuch easier and simpler than rolling back with a databa...
Sorry, I forgot to mention, but this is on CentOS 7. Also, while I was
re-reading my post I noticed that the error references
/var/log/JAMFChangeManagement.log, but that's wrong. All of the JAMF log
files are under /usr/local/jss/logs/. Maybe the ins...
Just wanted to let anyone who reads this know what I ended up doing to
resolve the problem. I completely removed MySQL 5.7.9 and cleared out
any MySQL remnants from the server. Then I installed a fresh copy of
MySQL 5.6.28, re-ran the JSS installatio...