[Linux-PowerEdge] RHEL 7.0/OMSA 8.2 -- what service listens

Spike_White at Dell.com Spike_White at Dell.com
Wed Dec 16 23:15:27 CST 2015


Prasanth,

That worked great!  Apparently recently we've been doing a granular install, as we almost never fire up this web GUI.  So this worked for me.

yum -y install srvadmin-tomcat

systemctl start dsm_om_connsvc

then connect to https://<server<https://%3cserver> IP>:1311

Well, it sort of worked - this web GUI is still not AD-integrated; had to log in as root (grumble, grumble).  Our DRAC is AD-integrated.

Still, for no more often than we use this web GUI this is OK.

Spike



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Spike,

You are correct, dsm_om_connsvc is the one which listens on port 1311 as shown below:

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netstat -plan | grep 1311
tcp6 0 0 :::1311 :::* LISTEN 7363/dsm_om_connsvc
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Make sure that you have checked the component "Server Administrator Web Server Interface" while installing OMSA as it supports granular installation.
FYI this service is provided by srvadmin-tomcat rpm. You can check by running rpm -qa | grep srvadmin-tomcat.

Hope it helps.

Regards,
Prasanth K S R


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