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Storage Fundation Manager postinstall problem

Hey Masters,

 I'm instaling Storage Fundation Manager on few servers (Solaris 9 an 10), My SFM ver is 5 . So I've problem after instalation gridagent is not staring so I'm supousing that why server is not apearing on SFM's website. 

In log I found this:

Thu Jul 16 11:42:07 2009:19:AMP: The tid has changed
Thu Jul 16 11:42:07 2009:10:VxREG: Initiating the Registration with corbaloc:vxssiop:localhost:1556:gridnode_SecureSvc/LeafRegistration
Thu Jul 16 11:42:08 2009:10:VxREG: Phase 1 registration is completed with agent {471419a2-1dd2-11b2-b0fb-00144fec876a}
Thu Jul 16 11:42:11 2009:4:VxREG: Exception in handlingFileObjects
Thu Jul 16 11:42:11 2009:4:VxREG: Error in merging files for agent {471419a2-1dd2-11b2-b0fb-00144fec876a}
Thu Jul 16 11:42:11 2009:4:VxREG: Throwing exception 40001
Thu Jul 16 11:42:11 2009:15:VxREG: Unable to get the REPARSE OID from the agent {471419a2-1dd2-11b2-b0fb-00144fec876a}
Thu Jul 16 11:42:11 2009:17:logger: agent_unregister_one_ps error=c1000001, f=provider.c l=353
Thu Jul 16 11:42:11 2009:10:CORBA Exception in CsfUnregisterEvent: TRANSIENT, IDL:omg.org/CORBA/TRANSIENT:1.0

so ... any ideas ?

PK

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SFM

 There seems to be some confusion. It seems you are talking about SFM 1.x and not 2.0. I would really recommend that you move to SFM 2.0. There are tons of advantages (you can view some of the screencasts on SFM 2.0 here). The only  caveat is that it is not prebundled with SF 5.0. However there is only one small package that you have to install. Some of the advantages are:

a) It is very light weight
b) It manages from SF 4.x and above
c) Extremely simple to install
d) More tolerant to network settings and environment.

Satish

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SFM Postinstall problem

Hi unx64,

let's look into this:

1. in order to run SFM 2.0 you need to install 1 Central Management Server (CMS) + roll out a 25 MB file on each managed host (MH)? Both can be downloaded from www.symantec.com/sfm.

Please confirm, that you did install SFM 2.0 Central Server (Storage Foundation Manager 2.0 Central Server (Solaris 10 SPARC)) + Storage Foundation Manager 2.0 Managed Host (Solaris SPARC) on each managed host.

2. Did you open port 5634 between CMS and MH both ways?

Please confirm.

Thanks,
Andrea

Hi Thx for your post let's

Hi

Thx for your post

let's look into this:

1. in order to run SFM 2.0 you need to install 1 Central Management Server (CMS) + roll out a 25 MB file on each managed host (MH)? Both can be downloaded from www.symantec.com.

Please confirm, that you did you install SFM 2.0 Central Server (Storage Foundation Manager 2.0 Central Server (Solaris 10 SPARC)) + Storage Foundation Manager 2.0 Managed Host (Solaris SPARC) on each managed host.

@1) I've one CMS allready running and managing few hosts with VF4.1 and VF5.0. In my opinion The problem is somwhere in config or software compatibility. 


2. Did you open port 5634 between CMS and MH both ways?

@2 ) yes hosts are working in one subnet

UNX64

additional info

Durring instalation proces i get following errors:

Starting all agents...............................Start
Error could not start gridnode agent, error = 256
Starting all agents...............................Done
Managed Host CMSF setup...........................Start
PBXVxSS_SOCK_Connector about to return NO_PERMISSION AT error code during SSL handshake is -1, session is null, errno is 131

UNX64

any one have any idea ?

any one have any idea ?
Accepted Solution!

SFM

 There seems to be some confusion. It seems you are talking about SFM 1.x and not 2.0. I would really recommend that you move to SFM 2.0. There are tons of advantages (you can view some of the screencasts on SFM 2.0 here). The only  caveat is that it is not prebundled with SF 5.0. However there is only one small package that you have to install. Some of the advantages are:

a) It is very light weight
b) It manages from SF 4.x and above
c) Extremely simple to install
d) More tolerant to network settings and environment.

Satish

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