From logs it seems its permission issue. one of the log says that installp does not have sufficient permission to get executed as sudo user.
Since the staging area is preserved, You can do a couple of thing to debug the issue.
1, log on the target machine
2. under the staging directory their will be a script with name AgentInstallerScript.sh.
3. Execute the script as "sh AgentInstallerScript.sh" it will help you to debug the issue further.
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Thanks buddy....Yes sure seems to be an permission issue. I have already checked by logging in to the target machine and observed that any of the files that are getting copied does not have execute permissions.
I tried in other environment and there the Agent Installer Script has a execute permission when it gets copied.
Not able o understatnd whats going wrong. Do we need to follow any additional steps while creating the installer package from BSA? I am creating an AIX PAckage. Any indes?
you are using the Bulk Agent Installer, or the built-in 'Unified Agent Installer'? and the sh based installer or the bff ?
Hi Bill, Thanks for your interest. I am using the Unified Agent Installer and the installer is sh based.
Is the problem solved?
No dear not yet....We are still trying....
Check if "installp" command has proper permissions to get executed with sudo user on target machine.
Strange thing is that when I exucute it manually from the server it installs the agent.
Did it got executed successfully with sudo user?
Did you executed something like
"installp -ac -d "<stage directory>/<packageintsaller for aix>.bff" bladelogic.rscd.rte-aix5.1" with the sudo user?
yes Pankaj....thats exactly what I did ..... I guess it has something to do with shell permissions while executing it remotely. Probably the user does not have permissions on the shell for deploying remotely. I am not much of a Unix person so cant comment
afaik the UAI doesn't work w/ the SH based installer.
Thanks Bill. I saw that in the documentation the other day. Initially, I was trying with the SH installer but later I tried with the BFF installer also. Getting the same error.
Did this get resolved?
If so, please can you update the discussion thread with details so that is can be marked as answered.
Thanks & Regards,
Jim (Forum Manager/Facilitator)
So the error you are getting is this:
/var/tmp/stage/9ffb6cbb-2754-4124-a21d-89c0288e1e4b_1/AgentInstallerScript.sh: installp: 0403-006 Execute permission denied.
you provided credentials so 'root' can run the instalp command ?