OSMA does not work on PowerEdge 1435SC

Nick Solin solin.nick at gmail.com
Thu Sep 9 00:16:11 CDT 2010


In case my message has become detached from the mailing list, which I
believe it has, this was my last message:

I received an excessive bounces message so I was reluctant to reply again,
but I recently installed Fedora 13 and in the process of setting up ipmitool
before I try installing the OSMA. How do I download 5.4.0 and not 6.2.0?

// Signature
using System; using Twitter; using Blog;
string name = "Nicholas Solin";
string alias = "PatPeter";
string[,] languages = new string[4,6];
languages[0] = {"TI-BASIC","HTML/CSS","EventScripts Shell"}; // Fluent (in
order from earliest learned to latest)
languages[1] = {"Java","PHP","Shell","C#","C++","JavaScript"}; // Advanced
(in order from most advanced to least)
languages[2] = {"SourcePawn","MySQL/MSSQL","Batch"}; // Intermediate (in
order from most known to least)
languages[3] = {"Python","Visual Basic"}; // Learning
Twitter tNickSolin = new Twitter("http://twitter.com/NickSolin");
Blog bNickSolin = new Blog("http://nicksolin..com/");



On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 7:49 PM, Nick Solin <solin.nick at gmail.com> wrote:

> I received an excessive bounces message so I was reluctant to reply again,
> but I recently installed Fedora 13 and in the process of setting up ipmitool
> before I try installing the OSMA. How do I download 5.4.0 and not 6.2.0?
>
>
> // Signature
> using System; using Twitter; using Blog;
> string name = "Nicholas Solin";
> string alias = "PatPeter";
> string[,] languages = new string[4,6];
> languages[0] = {"TI-BASIC","HTML/CSS","EventScripts Shell"}; // Fluent (in
> order from earliest learned to latest)
> languages[1] = {"Java","PHP","Shell","C#","C++","JavaScript"}; // Advanced
> (in order from most advanced to least)
> languages[2] = {"SourcePawn","MySQL/MSSQL","Batch"}; // Intermediate (in
> order from most known to least)
> languages[3] = {"Python","Visual Basic"}; // Learning
> Twitter tNickSolin = new Twitter("http://twitter.com/NickSolin");
> Blog bNickSolin = new Blog("http://nicksolin..com/");
>
>
>
> On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 10:26 AM, Nick Solin <solin.nick at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Well I won't be switching to Debian or Ubuntu anytime soon, I'm a hardcore
>> RPM guy. If I do switch to anything it will be Fedora. Is there anyway to
>> downgrade OSMA since I believe I still have it installed?
>>
>>
>> // Signature
>> using System; using Twitter; using Blog;
>> string name = "Nicholas Solin";
>> string alias = "PatPeter";
>> string[,] languages = new string[4,6];
>> languages[0] = {"TI-BASIC","HTML/CSS","EventScripts Shell"}; // Fluent (in
>> order from earliest learned to latest)
>>
>> languages[1] = {"Java","PHP","Shell","C#","C++","JavaScript"}; // Advanced
>> (in order from most advanced to least)
>> languages[2] = {"SourcePawn","MySQL/MSSQL","Batch"}; // Intermediate (in
>> order from most known to least)
>> languages[3] = {"Python","Visual Basic"}; // Learning
>> Twitter tNickSolin = new Twitter("http://twitter.com/NickSolin");
>> Blog bNickSolin = new Blog("http://nicksolin..com/");
>>
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 4:51 PM, Lazy <lazy404 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> i'm using a debian port
>>>
>>> ftp://ftp.sara.nl/pub/sara-omsa/dists/dell/sara/binary-i386/
>>> ftp://ftp.sara.nl/pub/sara-omsa/dists/dell/sara/binary-amd64/
>>>
>>> 2010/8/9 Nick Solin <solin.nick at gmail.com>:
>>> > So where can I go to download 5.4.0? I installed OpenIPMI-2.0.16 and
>>> > ipmitool sdr list works.
>>> >
>>> > // Signature
>>> > using System; using Twitter; using Blog;
>>> > string name = "Nicholas Solin";
>>> > string alias = "PatPeter";
>>> > string[,] languages = new string[4,6];
>>> > languages[0] = {"TI-89 Titanium","HTML/CSS","EventScripts Shell"}; //
>>> Fluent
>>> > (in order from earliest learned to latest)
>>> > languages[1] = {"Java","PHP","Shell","C#","C++","JavaScript"}; //
>>> Advanced
>>> > (in order from most advanced to least)
>>> > languages[2] = {"SourcePawn","MySQL/MSSQL","Batch"}; // Intermediate
>>> (in
>>> > order from most known to least)
>>> > languages[3] = {"Python","Visual Basic"}; // Learning
>>> > Twitter tNickSolin = new Twitter("http://twitter.com/NickSolin");
>>> > Blog bNickSolin = new Blog("http://nicksolin..com/");
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 7:40 AM, Lazy <lazy404 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >> 2010/8/1 J. Epperson <Dell at epperson.homelinux.net>:
>>> >> > On Sat, July 31, 2010 15:05, Lazy wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> omsa 6.2 may not support SC1435 but 5.5 works on PE SC1435 fine
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> #omreport chassis info
>>> >> >> Chassis Information
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Index                                    : 0
>>> >> >> Chassis Name                             : Main System Chassis
>>> >> >> Host Name                                :
>>> >> >> BMC Version                              : 1.78
>>> >> >> Chassis Model                            : PowerEdge SC1435
>>> >> >> Chassis Lock                             : Present
>>> >> >> Chassis Service Tag                      : XXXXXXX
>>> >> >> Chassis Asset Tag                        :
>>> >> >> Flash chassis identify LED state         : Off
>>> >> >> Flash chassis identify LED timeout value : 300
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> --
>>> >> >
>>> >> > Interesting.  How did you install it?  IIRC, 5.5.0 was what was
>>> shipped
>>> >> > with my old 1435SC servers, and reported "not a supported server"
>>> when
>>> >> > you
>>> >> > tried to install it.  Same thing happened if you downloaded 5.5.1
>>> and
>>> >> > tried with that.  Dell support was adamant at the time that the
>>> 1435SC
>>> >> > was
>>> >> > not supported in spite of having shipped OMSA with it.
>>> >>
>>> >> in fact this is 5.4.0 but on other machines I think we have 5.5
>>> >> running, I'm using debian packages from sara.nl,
>>> >> before instaling omsa you have to make sure ipmit is working, without
>>> >> this sensors ect. won't work, enabling ipmi later won't help
>>> >> (omsa sets it's own ipmi config during install, so reinstall wont help
>>> >> if it was installed on a system without working ipmi, you have to
>>> >> remove and install omsa again)
>>> >>
>>> >> If You want only to monitor sensors, not configure anything ipmitool
>>> >> might be simpler then omsa (ipmitool sel list, ipmitool sdr required
>>> >> modules ipmi_si, ipmi_devintf)
>>> >>
>>> >> --
>>> >> Lazy
>>> >>
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>>> >
>>>
>>
>>
>
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