SnapCreator server is currenlty configured to run from a designated management host accessing the Oracle servers via the agent on remote host. I have configured the SC Server to run a POST_NTAP command (intended to do a log switch on the archive logs). The main part of the config executes without any errors (i.e. accesses the DB server, puts DB into hot-backup mode, updates snapmirror, etc..). When it gets to the section for the POST command I get the following error (before it errored indicating the agent.conf was empty, I added a * 😞
It looks like SC is running the post_ntap_cmd01 on leopard where agent is and it isn't permitted. If you have agent configured all the Pre/post stuff gets executed there so that is probably the issue.
You may want to just run db and arch configs separately since I don't think what you are trying to do w/agent will work. In order to run Pre/post cmds on agent you need to allow them, on agent is an agent.conf file under /config and you can add allowed cmds there. However this would mean setting up scServer there to run this config.
As mentioned I think only workaround is to run configs separately, first db then arch, you could create wrapper to do this or just space them out in scheduler or cron.
I think as feature request we need ability to either use agent or not if it is configured for Pre/post cmds.
That explains why it is not working, sort of defeats the purpose of a Client --> Server relationship, if you have to install the Server on the Client to execute the same command you can execute via the server from the command line... That would be a great feature request to be able to coordinate two operations that have dependancies from the Server that require unique config files.