I am trying to use two commands (namely "Refresh Monitor on Array" and "Wait for Monitor Refresh") and running them against an OnCommand 5.0 box.
I have setup the OnCommand box as a datasource and that is working correctly. I have also added it under the Credentials section where using test button it works correct. However when I run the above commands I receive.
Error: DFM Database Write permission denied on <<filer_name>>
The account has GlobalFullControl. The only thing I can think of is when I log onto the dfm terminal I must run DFM commands with the keyword sudo. I do not know the root password as that is part of the security framework that this server must abide by to be part of our environment. Could this be the problems or am I missing something?
I'm trying integration of WFA with OC5.0.1, but on Windows server 2k8, I'm trying to connect WFA to DFM server using "credential" view, but when I try to connect to my DFM server, it seems to crash : "<adress_ip>:22 access refused", my OC server is Win server 2k8 machine and thats why I cannot connect on TCP port 22...
Is there a way to connect WFA to OC5 server in the "credential" view?
I've successfully connect WFA to OC5 sybase database using wfa_oc5setup.exe and follow the connection sstep into "Data Sources" view.
Thansk by advance for anybody could help.
Re: Has anyone successfully integrated with OnCommand (5.0) and WFA?
1) In order to acquire information from the OnCommand you have to set it up as a Data Source in WFA. Just follow the instructions in the installation and Setup guide. Note that you'd have to run OC5Setup.exe before (As you did) and if you follow the instructions in Appendix D of said document you'd be able to cache information successfully.
2) OnCommand credentials are required ONLY if you plan to use any of the WFA commands that run on the DFM (Such as the Refresh or Wait command). Since WFA is using SSH (At the moment) to connect with OnCommand for command execution, you may need an SSHd installed on your OnCommand machine. In WFA community there are some threads about this topic.