OMSA 5.5 on Ubuntu 8.10 (AMD64)

Christian Rishøj christian at jetment.com
Thu Mar 5 12:30:20 CST 2009


Solved: I now have the OMSA 5.5 web interface running on Ubuntu 8.10.

The crucial thing seems to be: Change line 178 in /etc/init.d/ 
dsm_om_connsvc from:
START_DAEMON ${PROGRAM_DAEMON} -run


to:

START_DAEMON ${PROGRAM_DAEMON} -clrun >/dev/null 2>&1 &




Regards

Christian





On 4 Mar 2009, at 10:02, Christian Rishøj wrote:

>
> Hoping to get OMSA 5.5 to run on a PowerEdge 2950 III with Ubuntu  
> 8.10 (AMD64), I've basically followed the instructions on:
>
> http://www.goingwip.de/index.php/projects/59-howtos/79-howto-ubuntu-server-debian-and-dell-raid-monitoring-over-omsa
>
> I skipped the MPT related steps, as the server has Perc 6/i, using  
> megasas_raid), but did the following:
>
> * installed prerequisite .debs
> * installed dellomsa_5.5.0-1_amd64.deb from ftp://ftp.sara.nl/pub/sara-omsa/dists/dell/sara/binary-amd64
> * did the PAM fix by putting some 32bit binaries in /lib32 and  
> patching /etc/pam.d/omauth
>
> Doing /etc/init.d/dsm_om_connsvc start produces no error, but the  
> service does not start up.
>
> Looking in /var/log/dsm_om_connsvc32dIO.log, I see the following:
>
> ========
> sh: /bin/rpm: not found
> status(-34) #
> # An unexpected error has been detected by Java Runtime Environment:
> #
> #  SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0xecb3d567, pid=14066, tid=3969575824
> #
> # Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (1.6.0-b105 mixed mode)
> # Problematic frame:
> # C  0xecb3d567
> #
> # An error report file with more information is saved as  
> hs_err_pid14066.log
> 2009] (14066) ModuleAttach: exit
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) RunServer: ModuleAttach success
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) RunServer:worker waiting for shutdown  
> message...
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14064) RunServer:parent process EXIT status(0)
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14065) RunServer:daemon waiting for shutdown  
> signal...
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) GenerateCertificate : Entry
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) isRegenerateRequired -  
> Issuer :CN=flap, OU=SA Enterprise Software Development, O=Dell Inc,  
> L=Round Rock, ST=TX, C=US
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) GenerateCertificate : Certificate  
> generation not required.
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) RunServer(ERROR):worker shutdown wait  
> failed, should not occur!
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) RunServer:worker process EXIT  
> status(-34)
> [Mar  4 09:49:23 2009] (14066) RunServer exit with status(-34)
> ========
>
> Thinking this is a JVM related problem, I tried replacing the JRE  
> in /opt/dell/srvadmin with the system JRE by doing:
>
> # cd /opt/dell/srvadmin
> # mv jre jre.orig
> # ln -s /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre jre
>
> This results in a different error reported to /var/log/ 
> dsm_om_connsvc32dIO.log:
>
> ========
> status(-3) 01:06 2009] (14674) RunServer:daemon worker forked
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) RunServer:worker process entry
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14674) RunServer:daemon waiting for worker  
> init status
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) ModuleAttach: entry 0
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) ModuleAttach: starting the  
> startserver thread
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) ModuleAttach(ERROR): startserver  
> thread exited prematurely, aborting!
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) ModuleAttach: exit with errors!
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) RunServer: ModuleAttach failed
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14674) RunServer:daemon process EXIT  
> status(-3)
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14673) RunServer:parent process EXIT  
> status(-3)
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) RunServer:worker process EXIT  
> status(-3)
> [Mar  4 10:01:06 2009] (14675) RunServer exit with status(-3)
> ========
>
> Any clue what I might be doing wrong?
>
> Best regards
>
> Christian

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