I have a small issue with Nav after upgrading to 3.4
When i click on the link to Network explorer, i get the following error:
HTTP Status 404 - /navAdmin/servlet/navAdmin
type Status report
description The requested resource (/navAdmin/servlet/navAdmin) is not
The catalog /var/www/nav/navAdmin only includes .htaccess and an index
file that is zero bytes.
I am running Debian and i upgraded from a previous version(where network
explorer worked) with the apt-get dist-upgrade command.
My google-fu came up with a previous poster where Morten Brekkevold
NAV contains two Java servlets, vPServer.war and navAdmin.war . These
are usually installed in the apache/webapps/ directory, and should
be symlinked into Tomcat's webapps directory (wherever your Tomcat
installation may be, you don't mention which distro you are using).
The catalog /var/www/nav/vPServer, as /var/www/nav/navAdmin, includes
only .htaccess and index. A find reveals that both vPServer.war and
navAdmin.war is installed in /var/lib/tomcat5.5/webapps/
I would apreciate any help or pointers that could help me solve this
As a side note: When adding a Cisco 6509 running
s72033_rp-ADVIPSERVICESK9_WAN-M), Version 12.2(33)SXH1, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc3)
to NAV, the cpu on the 6500 went through the roof. This could be a bug,
though, i have seen CiscoWorks doing the same before. Any ideas? Is there
a way to "nice" NAV on some types of equipment?