The logs states the Management Service can't connect/initialize the QVPR.
Are you using XML or SQL Server?
XML - check the service account has access to the file path and not missing files.
SQL Server - can you connect using the service account.
Might be worth considering revert to an older back up version of the QVPR if it has be corrupt
Have you upgraded? If so, from/to which versions
We are using XML as repository.
We cloned the working QLK server in another server due to some requirements. Changed in the names of the server and IP. changed the name in the XML files under C:\ProgramData\Qliktech\Management Service\s. And we are trying to start QMS where we are facing the issue.
Please let me know if you need more infoemation.
If I understand you correctly, you manually edited some values in the QVPR.
This is not anything we can support. You really need to know what you are doing if you change values in the QVPR.
It seems like the changes you have made does not match what the Management Services expects.
Either you need to rollback those changes or delete the entire QVPR folder (which will trigger the Management Service to create a new QVPR next time it starts up and you then need to set up everything from scratch).