[Linux-PowerEdge] OMSA 7.3/Debian
Sergio.Jimenez at Teradata.com
Fri Mar 21 12:38:33 CDT 2014
Thanks Jared, about the web interface I was already aware :-)
Knowing it's not needed, I will modify the list of packages being installed on our machines.
From: D. Jared Dominguez [mailto:Jared_Dominguez at dell.com]
Sent: 21 March 2014 18:14
To: Jimenez, Sergio
Subject: Re: [Linux-PowerEdge] OMSA 7.3/Debian
No, srvadmin-itunnelprovider should not be needed. The OMSA web interface probably isn't needed either, but I haven't checked.
On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 07:51:58AM -0500, Jimenez, Sergio wrote:
>I’m using OMSA 7.3 on our fleet of Debian servers mostly for checking
>HW health, we’ve been experiencing memory issues with sfcb so we are
>considering two approaches to fix it. Either stop it or package a newer
>version where several memory leaks have been fixed.
>For the first option I’d like to know what is it use for inside OMSA…as
>far as I have been able to find, it’s used by srvadmin-itunnelprovider
>which seems to be used by DSET, but still I’m not really sure whether
>it’s needed for HW monitoring, it seems it only used for reporting…is
>that correct? I might be missing something.
>If sfcb is really needed for our use case, I’d be willing to spend some
>time to compile a newer version which I can imagine some people would be interested in.
>I’d be grateful if someone could clarify for me the specific use of
>sfcb inside OMSA.
>Thanks in advance.
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