@george1421 thanks for the reply!
After following your instructions I noticed that there is no “Installing Patch” text on the new server that is not behaving.
Also, /bin/fog.man.reg exists on both servers.
So I decided to follow the rest of your instructions on the old server that behaves as it should just to see what kind of results I should be getting. The results from following your post on the OLD server were as follows:
After getting to the command prompt I keyed in
fog and hit Ctrl+C once i saw “* Running post init scripts … Installing Patch”. However, when I was returned to the command prompt and keyed in
set |grep postinitpath nothing was returned and I was returned to the command prompt. I did
grep for other words/variables that appear after keying in
set by itself, just to make sure everything was functional, and
set |grep type returned
type=down as expected.
As for the NEW server, “Installing Patch” did not appear at all, just “* Running post init scripts … Done” . I did press Ctrl+C after this to see what
set |grep postinitpath would return and it too output nothing and returned me to the command prompt. Keying in
set |grep type for testing purposes returned
I also executed the
fog command multiple times so that i could stopping the procedure at different debug steps to check
set |grep postinitpath on both the OLD and NEW server and it never returned the location of the fog.man.reg.cust file.
Please let me know what you think.