OMSA 5.5 on Ubuntu 8.10 (AMD64) XML Transformation Error

Dan Simoes dan.simoes at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 18:13:30 CDT 2009


We've seen the exact same errors on the same platform and OS.  Sorry, I
don't have a solution for you.
Dell?

On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 3:55 PM, Gene Tang <gene.tang at kiwiplan.co.nz> wrote:

>  Hi,
>
>
>
> Currently we have a PowerEdge 1950 running 8.10 Server 64 Bit (with PERC6/i integrated).  We have downloaded dellomsa_5.5.0-4.deb from ftp://ftp.sara.nl/pub/sara-omsa/dists/dell/sara/binary-amd64 and followed the howto from http://www.goingwip.de/index.php/projects/59-howtos/79-howto-ubuntu-server-debian-and-dell-raid-monitoring-over-omsa.
>
>
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> I am having two problems with OMSA on this server.
>
>
>
> 1)  Cannot log into the webinterface despite following the above guide and replacing the appropriate libraries in the /lib32, /lib32/security and updating the omauth file.  This same process worked on another ubuntu 8.04 server 64bit on a PowerEdge 2950.  I have double checked and reextracted the libraries, again to no avail.
>
> 2)  While performing nagios checks I am getting XML “Error Transformation Failed” errors when trying to get information about the physical disks (running “omreport storage pdisk controller=0”).  This following is the error I am receiving:
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> Entity: line 21: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 21: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 61: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 61: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 101: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 101: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 141: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 141: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 21: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 21: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 61: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 61: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 101: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 101: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 141: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 141: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 21: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 21: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 61: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 61: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 101: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 101: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 141: parser error : CharRef: invalid decimal value
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Entity: line 141: parser error : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0
>
> <Vendor type="astring">DELL&#-103;   </Vendor>
>
>                              ^
>
> Error! XML Transformation failed
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>
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> I am unable to find any errors or log files to find out detailed reasons
> for this failure.  I am unsure if these issues are related as I have no
> detailed information.  Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
>
>
>
> Regards,
>
>
>
> Gene
>
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