Anyone tried on installing the hp data protector client on redhat 6 (in my case the x64_86 version) sucessfully? What was the procedure to successfully install, because the standard ./omnisetup.sh -install da does not work (at least for me).
Hi, DVD don't change. What error do you recive? -First of all please check that the xinetd package is installed and running on the linux box (if xinetd is not running the installation could fails):
# rpm -qa | grep -i xinet # service xinetd status Also check: -From cell manager #telnet linux_machine 5555 -Check if firewall is stop: root@eblynlinux 60_linux_i386]# service iptables stop Flushing firewall rules: [ OK ] Setting chains to policy ACCEPT: filter [ OK ] Unloading iptables modules: [ OK ]
[root@eblynlinux ~]# service iptables status Firewall is stopped.
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@backup# telnet ogenca.arnes.si 5555 Trying xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx... telnet: connect to address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Connection refused telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused -> pointing that omni is not running
[root@xxxxxx LOCAL_INSTALL]# ls omnisetup.sh readme.txt [root@xxxxxx LOCAL_INSTALL]# pwd /media/LOCAL_INSTALL [root@xxxxxx LOCAL_INSTALL]# ./omnisetup.sh -install da
Hi, The main problem comes from /etc/services file. There is already an entry for port 5555 in Red Hat 6. For this reason OB2-CORE rpm installation script fails with this message: "ERROR: Data Protector socket number 5555 is already occupied". You couldn't see this error mesage because omnisetup.sh suppresses RPM installation output.
REAL SOLUTION: Open /ect/services file and place "#" before these lines: personal-agent 5555/tcp # Personal Agent personal-agent 5555/udp # Personal Agent