The message indicates that the server is not an Advanced Availability server type; rather, it is a Conventional server type: a Primary server or a Secondary server.
"pdm_server_type -t" only successfully returns the server type when the server is an Advanced Availability type of server.
To confirm the type of configuration, you could review the file named "config.properties" that is in the $NX_ROOT\site directory of the server.
Important Note: Do not make any changes to this file.
In a Conventional configuration, the value of "config.server_config_type" is set to "standard" in $NX_ROOT\site\config.properties. For example:
Additionally, when the Configuration tool is running, the following messages are written to $NX_ROOT\log\configure.log:
02/14 22:43:14.562 INFO ConfigThread.java 225 ## config.server_config_type :standard
02/14 22:49:32.870 INFO CompleteTask.java 263 Value of general.configuration_type (primary)
02/14 22:49:32.870 INFO CompleteTask.java 291 ServerType detected as : Primary
Alternatively, in an Advanced Availability configuration, the following statement would be present in config.properties: