Not sure that they are related, we see the FIPS message most of the time.
One thing to check here is whether you have the /tmp filesystem mounted with the noexec option enabled. This can cause problems reading some information on *nix machines.
think we're ok with the noexec option.
This is the fstab entry for /tmp
/dev/vg01/tmplv /tmp ext3 defaults 1 2
Are the agents all 7.5+ ?
Can you try to deploy the server/config objects to the servers that don't have the objects?
Yep they are all the same version ....
londblep03.cmc.local 220.127.116.119 Linux 2.6.18-194.el5 0/0 (root/root) Protocol=5 Encryption=TLS1 FFFFFFFFDD0A106C 1 Licensed for NSH/CM
Deploy the missing objects ?
Yeah, try re-deploying the custom objects.
the objects are not custom ones they are standard ones like group / password /hardware etc.
Those are 'custom objects'.
Try going to the server property of the server where you cant view all the objects and click verify and then click OK.
I had a server doing a something similar and that's how i got it to work.
I am experiencing your same problem.
No users, groups, daemons, processes, etc ... available for linux servers (I am with BL 8 SP6 with a Linux AS).
Did you fix it running "Distribuite Configuration Objects"?
Yes, that is what you need to do, I noticed this myself yesterday when I deployed the agent to a RedHat server. Apparently the CO:s were accidently left out when SP6 was released. What I heard this should be fixed in the next release/SP. Hopefully you will also notice the improved performance in Live Brows with SP6.
I also faced the same problem recently. Now i found something to get missed items
1. Run the "Update Server Properties" job once against the server, which is missing the items.
2. Then run "Distributed Configuration Object" job against the item missing server and refresh the server group and try to browse the server.
I think it will rectify your problem, if still you are facing the same problem.
Thanks Raghava ... works perfectly.