Trouble getting OMASW to Start on RH9

Steve Jenkins stevej at cheatcodes.com
Mon Jan 5 17:09:00 CST 2004


Thanks for the quick reply, but that library is already installed. Any other
suggestions?

Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Buesker [mailto:bbuesker at qualcomm.com] 
Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 3:01 PM
To: Steve Jenkins
Cc: linux-poweredge at dell.com
Subject: Re: Trouble getting OMASW to Start on RH9


If I remember correctly, this error occurs when the compat-libstdc++ 
package is not installed. Try installing that to see if it helps.

Brian

Steve Jenkins wrote:

>We did a fresh install of RH9 on a 2550 and are trying to get OpenManage
1.6
>running, but with no luck. We have another 2550 running it fine, and THIS
>one was running it fine before we nuked it and did a clean install with new
>HDs, but for some reason the service won't start.
>
>The dependency check works fine. Install seems to work fine, too.
>
>When trying to manually start the service, I get:
>
>Starting Secure Port Server:                               [FAILED]
>
>The /var/log/omaws32IO.log shows:
>
>status(-3) 42:00 2004] (399) RunServer:parent daemon forked
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (399) RunServer:parent waiting for daemon init
status
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) RunServer:worker process entry
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) ModuleAttach: entry 0
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) ModuleAttach: starting the startserver thread
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (400) RunServer:daemon worker forked
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (400) RunServer:daemon waiting for worker init
status
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) ModuleAttach(ERROR): startserver thread exited
>prematurely, aborting!
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) ModuleAttach: exit with errors!
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) RunServer: ModuleAttach failed
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) RunServer:worker process EXIT status(-3)
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (401) RunServer exit with status(-3)
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (400) RunServer:daemon process EXIT status(-3)
>[Jan  5 14:42:00 2004] (399) RunServer:parent process EXIT status(-3)
>
>But Dell Support couldn't tell me what exit status -3 was.
>
>We've uninstalled and reinstalled it, but still no go. Any other
>dependencies I should check?
>
>Thanks,
>
>Steve
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