3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 15, 2018 1:11 AM by Andrew Waters

    No HBA Details for Red Hat Linux servers

    john rickert

      Hello,

       

           I am running ADDM 11.2.0.1, using the latest TKU,  TKU-2018.07.1.

      we are successfully discovering the Fibre Channel HBA information for windows and CentOS Linux servers, but we are getting "No HBA details" on Red Hat Linux servers.

      There is a script failure for hba_sysfs, the error is "Unexpected output format"

      the same credential is used that works on the CentOS servers.

       

       

      Script Namehba_sysfs
      Error MessageUnexpected output format
      Bytes Retrieved176
      Sequence09/08/2018 11:22 EDT
      Session Typessh
      CredentialAll IP Addresses using addm
      Super-userNo
      HBA Info List

       

        • 1. Re: No HBA Details for Red Hat Linux servers
          Andrew Waters

          What version of Red Hat? What does the session log show?

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          • 2. Re: No HBA Details for Red Hat Linux servers
            john rickert

            Hi Andrew,  the server is running Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.9 (Santiago).

            this is whats in the session log for hba_sysfs:

             

            ~ $ tw_command() {

            > echo begin sysfs_hba:

            > if [ ! -d /sys/class ]; then

            >     echo /sys/class does not exist

            > elif [ -e /proc/vmware/version ] &&

            >      [ `grep -o -m1 ESX /proc/vmware/version` ] ||

            >      [ -f /etc/vmware-release ] &&

            >      [ `grep -o ESX /etc/vmware-release` ]; then

            >     echo ESX HBA drivers do not support sysfs

            > else

            >     for device in `ls /sys/class/fc_host 2>/dev/null`

            >     do

            >         systool -c fc_host -v $device

            >         systool -c scsi_host -v $device

            >     done

            > fi

            > echo end sysfs_hba:

            > tw_report

            > }

            ~ $ (tideway_i=__TIDEWAY; echo ${tideway_i}_CMD_START__

            > tw_command

            > echo ${tideway_i}_CMD_END__)

            __TIDEWAY_CMD_START__

            begin sysfs_hba:

            -bash: systool: command not found

            -bash: systool: command not found

            -bash: systool: command not found

            -bash: systool: command not found

            end sysfs_hba:

            __TIDEWAY_CMD_END__

            • 3. Re: No HBA Details for Red Hat Linux servers
              Andrew Waters

              Presumably systool is not installed on the system?

               

              What about the other HBA scripts?