the netstat should have shown the agent listening, it could be listening on a different port.
on linux you should be able to do (as root):
netstat -anp | grep rsc
which will show you the rscd process and what port it's listening on
or you could do:
ps -ef | grep rsc
the listen port should be configured in /usr/lib/rsc/secure
It seems that the agent isnt starting properly. Running the following:
% /etc/init.d/rscd start
Starting RSCD Daemon ...
yet a port/ps check yeilds nothing.
The /usr/nsh/log/ is empty. Is there anything else at my disposal to help me diagnose why the agent wont start?
can you run from the console: /usr/nsh/bin/rscd_full and see if anything comes out of that ?
"/usr/nsh/bin/rscd_full: error while loading shared libraries: /lib64/libnc.so: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied"
So, the follow were executed:
%ls -l /lib64/libnc.so
rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 May 21 12:24 /lib64/libnc.so -> /usr/nsh/lib/libnc.so
%ls -l /usr/nsh/lib/libnc.so
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 12 May 21 12:24 /usr/nsh/lib/libnc.so -> libnc.so.1.0
%ls -l /usr/nsh/lib/libnc.so.1.0
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 0 Aug 3 16:25 /usr/nsh/lib/libnc.so.1.0
Unfortunatly all the permissions match the same files on a working server.
Turn off SELinux
and you've got the right agent installed for your arch?
You can also change the context of the files, look in the 7.6 install pdf for a section on that. (the 7.6 agent installer should automatically handle selinux)