2009-08-10 02:18 PM
A new DFM/OpsMgr installation.Everything works fine.
First attempt to use Performance Advisor ... we get no data.
Looking at Setup->hosts .. shows Login Credentials Good, but Status column show red.
Also, cannot see and filer logical and physical data at all. What does the red light mean?
OpsMgr Options->Performance Advisor and Perf advsor is enabled.
What could be wrong?
2009-08-10 07:48 PM
It can be due to access restrictions that have been set up on the storage system with "trusted.hosts" or "httpd.admin.access" options.
These options restrict administrative access to a storage system, and cannot be overridden even if the DataFabric Manager server knows
the login/password of a storage system. Please verify following options on storage system.
[root@lnx181-93 ~]# /usr/bin/rsh -l root:*** ijaz options | grep httpd.admin
[root@lnx181-93 ~]# /usr/bin/rsh -l root:*** ijaz options | grep trusted
trusted.hosts * (same value required in local+partner)
2009-08-11 09:07 AM
Thank you for responding.
Here are my httpd settings:
[root@vmware-opsmgr ~]# rsh netapp01 options | grep httpd
[root@vmware-opsmgr ~]# rsh netapp01 options | grep trusted
I had the trusted.hosts originally set to my desktop machine's IP address but reset it back to defaults to see if that made a difference.
2009-08-11 09:28 AM
Ok, I have to admit I'm confused now. At the moment, perf monitor seems to be working. I'm not exactly sure what change I made that made it work. Here's a summary of what I changed, mainly based on your previous reply:
I changed trusted.hosts back to '*'. I added the OpsMgr host to the NetApp's hosts.equiv file. I also went back into the NetApp Management Console and went to the Hosts Setup page and reloaded the host with "HTTPS Ok" enabled and hosts.equiv disabled. I found that if I told it to use hosts.equiv, it would fail the credential check and the XML error reported above would happen. Didn't seem to matter if I added the OpsMgr host to the hosts.equiv file or not.
At the moment, it seems like it's working. I'm going to have to learn a LOT more about this to get a better idea of why, though.