Apologies. Double checked my work: the account was defined with "Account Admin (View Only)". Changed that to "Storage Administrator (View Only)" and it works as designed.
Thank you very much for your help in this matter.
Thanks.I'm going through the configuration procedure:- check for libstdc++ - is there!
# rpm -qa|grep libstdc++
- installed HSMN2 CLI as per instructions - Done!- changed ownership of /usr/stonavm to stor2rrd …
Please review the output below:
1: Time = 2019-04-25 11:57:56.255
Message = The DPE has faulted (Part Number 100-542-446-07, Serial Number xxxxxx).
Description = "The Disk Processor Enclosure (DPE) has faulted. This may hav…
1. connectivity test:perl /home/stor2rrd/stor2rrd/bin/conntest.pl XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX 443
TCP connection to "XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX" on port "443" is ok
2. Storage query (under root and stor2rrd users):uemcli -d XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -u Local/admin -p 'XXXX' /use…
Thank you very much for this solution. I was having the same problem after upgrade to v6.0.0 - API Data Collection timing out; I've applied your suggestion and verything is back to normal.
Thanks, but before I was able to see the LPARs as 'Unmanaged', and the O/S client was providing all the necessary data.
I will add that portion, but it seems redundant since I'm using the LPAR2RRD client loaded locally on each client.
This test works fine, but config_check.sh still fails with the same error.
On Linux, does Perl LWP module have to be at 6.x (currently is 6.02), or it works with 5.83 as well? (i'm connecting to EMC storage ONLY)
-bash: !'": event not found
where ! is the last character in the password.
Now, if in your expression I replace " with ', I get this:
Bareword found where operator expected at -e line 1, near "XXXX"
(Missing operator before X…
Thanks for the reply, but I'm not in AIX; for Unity and VNXe I was "forced" to use CentOS 6.9: UnisphereCLI for Unity and VNXe works only in Linux or Windows.
I've placed the path you suggested at the end of PERL5LIB, but it didn't make a differenc…
Thanks, but I think you misunderstood me: I want to create a user and grant him rights to Storage and SAN.
The problem is: the said user will not see any of the SAN switches, because the SAN option 'de-selects' itself from the user's profile, even …
Spoke too soon: under "menu -> LPAR2RRD -> User Management" still says:
"Apache authentication is not defined for this tool. Please follow online instructions to get it work."
but it's asking for username/password at the beginning. So, what…