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The error happens during installation of agent using inst.sh script. Here is an example:
WARNING: Unexpected version of glibc detected: unknown
System unlab11 is stand-alone or cluster server system.
Checking disk space requirements for linux/x86/linux26 system
Checking space for /tmp/opc_tmp directory on file system /:
70000 K bytes required 6209208 K bytes available.
Checking space for /opt/OV directory on file system /:
70000 K bytes required 6279208 K bytes available.
HPOM software truck file will be copied to directory /tmp/opc_tmp on
Free disk space sufficient on node unlab11.headquarters.firma.com.
PHASE III: (de-)installing Agent Packages to Managed Nodes.
---- unlab11.headquarters.firma.com ----
WARNING: Update of agent installation time for node
Error opc_dflt_lang(6509) : No according data found in the database. (OpC50-3)
ERROR: Failed to successfully install HPOM on system
unlab11.headquarters.firma.com! Check /var/opt/OV/log/opc_inst.log on
system unlab11.headquarters.firma.com for more details.
HPOM maintenance summary: 11/24/10 10:02:59
Maintenance Mode: Installation/update
1 node(s) were maintained in this run.
Managed Node Status Errors Warnings Notes
unlab11.headquarters.firma.com error 1 2 0
Maintenance summary is available on logfile
HPOM software maintenance finished.
For detailed information about the HPOM software maintenance, review
the logfiles /var/opt/OV/log/OpC/mgmt_sv/install.log and
Tyler CadiganSep 22, 2006 17:44:13 GMT
I am installing OVOU 8.1 on a solaris 5.9 box
and am having extreme difficulties. I have done a clean install of Oracle 9i. and after several attempts I have gotten to the point that I can't figure out.
I have been able to make it through to the install of the local agent and it fails. in phase 3 it comes up with the warning "update of agent installation time for node <node_name> failed Error opc_dflt_lang (### *different each time*) No according data found in the database. (OpC50-3)" from running "ovconfget -ovrg server" I can see that there was no parameter named that in [opc]. then from running "ovconfget ... OPC_DFLT_LANG iso885915" and running ovconfget I verified that it was in there. running the installer again and it still picks up the error. although I doubt this is the reason of the failure, just an annoyance...
I think the real problem is:
looking in the install.log I see "Node <node_name>: this node is not contained in the domain (OpC40-712)" looking at this error in "opcerr" it says to "check the managed node configuration in the HPOM using the administrator's GUI"
I have found no way to check this. I can log into the java GUI as the opc_adm but do not see "managed node configuration" anywhere.
But the node is visible in the node pane.
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|Sep 25, 2006 04:25:39 GMT Unassigned|
|Have you mentioned?
in opcinfo file.. Most of the time this could be a reason for such problems.
|Sep 25, 2006 09:59:26 GMT|
|Sep 25, 2006 14:28:10 GMT N/A: Question Author|
|That helped immensely and let me install the
local agent. thank you! the cetificates check are all fine and the
manual install completed without error.
but I've run into another problem... when I run "/opt/OV/bin/OpC/utils/opcagt -status" I get:
opcmsga HPOM Message Agent AGENT,EA Aborted
opcacta HPOM Action Agent AGENT,EA (1151) Running
coda OV Performance Core AGENT,CODA (1152) Running
opcmsgi HPOM Message Interceptor AGENT,EA (1153) Running
I try to run "opcagt -start" and no more start
and the submit.sh script produces:
- testing the HPOM Message Interceptor
* submitting first HPOM message via opcmsg(1)
The HPOM Message Command is not configured on this system.
Contact your HPOM Administrator to configure it. (OpC30-913)
* submitting second HPOM message via opcmsg(1)
The HPOM Message Command is not configured on this system.
Contact your HPOM Administrator to configure it. (OpC30-913)
WARNING: OpC Trap Interceptor (opctrapi) not running
WARNING: OpC Logfile Encapsulator (opcle) not running
WARNING: OpC Monitoring Agent (opcmona) not running
that's all; exit submit.sh
where do I go from here?
|Sep 26, 2006 01:49:15 GMT 6 pts|
|That‚??s really great‚?¶!
Running of opcmsg subagent is not an issue as it is clear from submit.sh output error, that you have not applied any message template to the node.
You just need to configure a message template with a simple condition to grab any message pattern and apply that to the node and push the template. It will automatically let the agent to start opcmsg subagent.
|Sep 26, 2006 03:20:24 GMT 7 pts|
yes, I hope previous post will help. The next step is even more easy. Now you have to update your HPOM server with server consolidated patch, unless you have a strong reason not to do it. Latest HPOM server patch for solaris is 8.23 (ITOSOL_00518). If you need java UI, install ITOSOL_00527.
Also, you should update a server with client pathces. For solaris agent you should install the following patches, and reinstall local agent via HPOM UI (DO NOT deinstall local agent, just reinstall it):
- agents Core, solaris client A.08.14 for Solaris HPOM server: ITOSOL_00462
- agents Event Action solaris client A.08.14 for Solaris HPOM server: ITOSOL_00471
- agents Perl, solaris client for Solaris HPOM server: ITOSOL_00443
When installing patches follow readme files, which come with patches (or close HPOM ui, ovstop -c; ovc -kill; install all mentioned patches; ovstart -c; ovc -start; open HPOM UI, reinstall local agent, and agent should be up and running).
Additionaly, if you want subagent on your local solaris agent, you should install OVPA (subagent) packages:
HPOvPADAX, HPOvPADHP, HPOvPADLX, HPOvPADSN, HPOvPADTR, HPOvPADWN, HPOvPAInt.
|Sep 26, 2006 14:20:38 GMT N/A: Question Author|
|Thank you both for extremely helpful answers!
I have 2 final questions for this thread...
1) where do I find and how do I install those solaris subagent packages?
2) the submit.sh script now is working and I am recieving messages, but all of the messages from the SNMPTraps application are not working. all of these messages come as "OpC internal error: Cannot generate message 10 of set 80" how can I fix this?
|Sep 26, 2006 16:09:01 GMT 7 pts|
as always the rught answer maybe just a step away :). I've searched on ITRC and foudn this, so I suggest you to try, as it worked for another ITRC user:
- thread: http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1018559
- possible solution: michaelw: Installing the patch ITOSOL_00318 created the OVPA deployable directories. Did the trick!
In this case use recent patch, which can be found with this link:
(NOTE that OVPA is installable only on HPOM 7.X servers, not on HPOM 8.X, as in your case).
But you don't have a problem with subagent, you just need to install opcmsg template, in order to handle sending messages from an HPOM agent. Sorry, I didn't check the last part of the submit.sh's output. So you only need to assign and distribute an opcmsg template to that agent and you can start sending messages with an opcmsg binary (man opcmsg).
For second question use info on this thread:
Check what Dan Allbritton writes.
|Sep 27, 2006 17:23:36 GMT N/A: Question Author|
|great answer, it's working now. ran into a different problem, but I'm opening a new posting on it. closing thread because this much is solved.|
|Sep 27, 2006 17:24:39 GMT Thread closed by author|
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