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akhileshkiran
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Resolve: could not reach the CMS.CMC was stopped due to critical error (FWM 20031) or Failed to retrieve the cluster name from the database/Error: FWB (00090)

There can be several reasons to cause this issue. Some of the below methods to resolve this issue.

Check the log files in the <installation directory path> SAPBusinessObjects\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\logging.
Check for SvcMgr log for any errors.

  • Check if the CMS DB password has been expired.

            Open Administrative Tools-> Local Security Policy-> Account Policy->Password Policy status.

  • Open Central Configuration Manager-> Select Server Intelligence Agent(SIA)-> Stop the SIA

Go to properties-> Select Configuration Tab. If you see the below error.

Click on OK

Go to the <Installation directory path>\SAPBusinessObjects\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\Install Data\Install Cache\..\.. Location may vary based on the version and patch upgrade.

Try to search for sqlrule.dfa & sqlrule.llr


Copy those file to <Installation directory path>\SAPBusinessObjects\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\win64_x64

Open Central Configuration Manager-> Select Server Intelligence Agent (SIA)-> Properties->
Configuration Tab-> Click Specify


Select the Update data source settings


Select your ODBC Driver


Select Machine Data Source. Select your ODBC Connection.

Provide the credentials. .

Select OK then Start the SIA.


Then you can successfully login to the CMS. I hope this document will help you out.

Regards,

Akhileshkiran.




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