CA PIM:No such file or directory with seload

Document ID : KB000120598
Last Modified Date : 08/11/2018
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Question:
CA PIM service is not started using "seload" ccommand manually.
#seload
A Privileged Access Manager Server Control seload vXX.XX.XXX - Loader Utility
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Execution failed: No such file or directory

What is the root cause?
 
Environment:
UNIX/LINUX
CA PIM all versions
Answer:
Please check SEOSPATH token in $SEOSDIR/seos.ini file.
The token means  the directory in which CA PIM is installed.
If the installation path is not correct, you will see the same error.
Additional Information:
$SEOSDIR : the directory in which CA PIM is installed.