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Continued from Installation of HPOM agent from local files
Node: We assume that you already created a node using the command:
opcnode -add_node \ node_name=usa12.firma.com \ node_label=usa12 \ group_name=linux \ layout_group=linux \ ip_addr=10.10.10.111 \ net_type=NETWORK_IP \ mach_type=MACH_BBC_LX26RPM_X64
Download ISO image for agents from HP and create tarball.
It is important to do it each time as agent can be patches since the last time you create the tarball.
See Adding nodes
The directories for agents for supported platforms are as following
/var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/hp/pa-risc/hpux1100/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/linux/x86/linux26/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/linux/x64/linux26/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/linux/ipf64/linux26/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ibm/rs6k64/aix5/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ibm/rs6000/aix5/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/sun/x86/solaris10/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/sun/sparc/solaris7/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/x86/winnt/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/x64/win2k3/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/ipf64/win2k3/A.08.10.160/RPC_BBC
For Linux 64 bit one should use
For AIX 5.3 one should use
/var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/customer/sun/sparc/solaris7/RPC_BBC tar cvf ../omu_solaris_agent.tar * cd .. gzip omu_solaris_agent.tar scp omu_solaris_agent.tar.gz node_to_be_provisioned:/tmp
On target server you need to create a directory in /tmp and untar the file into it
mkdir HPOM_agent cd HPOM_agent tar xvf ../omu_linux64_agent.tar
Depending on you method of transfer of files you need to verify that opc_inst is executable and if necessary change permissions on it.
chmod 755 opc_inst ./opc_inst -srv omu_server -cert_srv omu_server
./opc_inst -srv nti106 -cert_srv nti106
Those two parameters (-srv and -cert_srv) are very important and without them agent will be installed in "portable mode" which need to be activated with special command.
|Those two parameters (-srv and -cert_srv) are very important and without them agent will be installed in "portable mode" which need to be activated with special command.|
If you try to run installation script without parameters and then try to start the agent you will get the following situation. First you will find that the agent did not start after the installation. Attempt to start it manually will give something like opcmsga service failed.
root@testnode:/tmp/ HPOM # ovc -start
root@testnode:/tmp/ HPOM # /opt/OV/bin/OpC/opcagt -status
coda OV Performance Core COREXT (21966) Running
opcacta OVO Action Agent AGENT,EA (21997) Running
opcmsga OVO Message Agent AGENT,EA Aborted
opcmsgi OVO Message Interceptor AGENT,EA (21982) Running
Could not contact Message Agent to query buffering state.
After the installation complete (it usually takes several minutes) you need to verify the status of the agent
/opt/OV/bin/OpC/opcagt -status coda OV Performance Core COREXT (1603) Running opcacta OVO Action Agent AGENT,EA (1486) Running opcmsga OVO Message Agent AGENT,EA (1487) Running opcmsgi OVO Message Interceptor AGENT,EA (1605) Running
Generally agent should be running after the installation without any crashed daemons. It is not running or some daemons fail that's the sign of trouble. You can try to start the agent manually using command
Note: Put the path in front or add /opt/OV/bin/:/opt/OV/bin/OpC/ to the PATH before issuing the command.
After that you need to check if certificates are available and if status is "pending" you need to grant them using Admin GUI:
To check the status of the request
If there is no pending certificate request you need to execute
and repeat the check of the status using /opt/OV/bin/ovcert -status
If status is pending you can grant the request either using command line tools or the Admin UI.
ovcm -listpending -l
Then grant each pending request (it can be several) using the command
ovcm -grant fe35a3dc-5f7c-754b-1bc7-fb1664514c8c
Then verify that the certificates are available using the command on the node:
# /opt/OV/bin/ovcert -list
After that you should check if the node is listed with certificate installed in view mode of the AdminGUI. If not verify communications using command
# /opt/OV/bin/OpC/opcagt -status usa12 coda OV Performance Core COREXT (1603) Running opcacta OVO Action Agent AGENT,EA (1486) Running opcmsga OVO Message Agent AGENT,EA (1487) Running opcmsgi OVO Message Interceptor AGENT,EA (1605) Running linuxsysa)You can also send a test message to the server by deploying opcmsg policy and using the command opcmsg.
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