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Oracle Server Management Agents 2. 1 User's Guide Overview

Oracle Hardware Management Agents

Installing Components Using the Oracle Hardware Management Pack Installer

Getting Started


Installation Issues

Getting the Software

Installing Hardware Management Pack Components Using Installer

Configuring Hardware Management Agent and Hardware SNMP Plugins

Hardware Management Agent Configuration File

Configuring the Hardware Management Agent Logging Level

How to Configure the Hardware Management Agent Logging Level

(Solaris and Linux) Hardware Management Agent Runtime Options

Configuring your Host Operating System's SNMP

(Solaris and Linux ) Configuring Net-SNMP/SMA

(Windows) Configuring SNMP

Oracle Hardware SNMP Plugins

Overview of Oracle HW Monitoring MIB

Overview of Oracle HW Trap MIB

Overview of Oracle Storage MIB

Working With Management Agents

Retrieving and Setting Information Through SNMP







Generating SNMP Traps

Troubleshooting Management Agents

General Management Agents Troubleshooting

Solaris Operating System Troubleshooting

Issues Installing SUNWssm-hwmgmt-config

How to Solve Problems Using SUNWssm-hwmgmt-config

Issues Installing with pkgadd

How to Remove a Packaging Lock File

Linux Troubleshooting


Issues Installing with pkgadd

When using pkgadd(1M) during installation, if you encounter the following error message:

#Waiting for up to <300> seconds for package administration commands to become available (another user is administering packages on zone <XXX>)

An interruption of the pkgadd(1M) process can leave an outstanding packaging lock file, which blocks further use of the pkgadd (1M) command. Before attempting another installation, you need to remove the packaging lock file.

How to Remove a Packaging Lock File

  1. At the command prompt, type the following:

    svccfg list

    If you seeTEMP/application/management/hwagentd listed in the output then proceed to delete the file by typing the following at the command prompt:

    svccfg delete TEMP/application/management/hwagentd

  2. Type the following:

    svccfg list

    You should no longer see TEMP/application/management/hwagentd listed.

  3. Remove the packages by typing the following:

    pkgrm SUNWssm-hwmgmt-config

    You should now be able to install SUNWssm-hwmgmt-config.