Specifying a password with more than 18 characters during installation of Symantec Security Information Manager 4.7 will cause the installation to fail
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Specifying a password with more than 18 characters during installation of Symantec Security Information Manager 4.7 will cause the installation to fail.
In the file /dbsesa/ldapdb2/idsslapd-ldpadb2/logs/db2cli.log there will be a message
that the password is too long.
2012-02-14-11:34:33.native retcode = -10002; state = "28000"; message
= "SQL10002N The password supplied is too long. SQLSTATE=28000
There is a limitation of 18 characters for the password when installing IBM LDAP / DB2 on RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.
The Installation-Interface doesn't check for this limit during the installation.
Use a password with 18 characters or less during installation.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH182372