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OnCommand Unified Manager 5.2.1 Failed to setup http service/Failed to get dfm server IP address

Hi everyone,

 

I am trying to setup OnCommand Unified Manager Core package 5.2.1 on Red Hat Enterprise (virtual machine over VMWare Workstation). Installation went fine, but when the service starts I get the following error:

 

[root@TestOCUM ~]# dfm service start
Service: sql started.
Not attempting to start sql because service is started already.
Service: webui started.
Not attempting to start webui because service is started already.
Failed to get dfm server IP address.
Error: Failed to setup http service.
Error: could not start 'http' service.
Service: eventd started.
Not attempting to start eventd because service is started already.
Service: monitor started.
Not attempting to start monitor because service is started already.
Service: scheduler started.
Not attempting to start scheduler because service is started already.
Service: server started.
Not attempting to start server because service is started already.
Service: watchdog started.
Not attempting to start watchdog because service is started already.

 

I checked and the eth0 IP address  is configured fine over dhcp (VMware bridged mode).

 

Anyone has had the same problem, or has any clues about this?

 

Thanks in advanced.

 

Gerardo

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Re: OnCommand Unified Manager 5.2.1 Failed to setup http service/Failed to get dfm server IP address

check dfm options list (http is enabled ore not).

Re: OnCommand Unified Manager 5.2.1 Failed to setup http service/Failed to get dfm server IP address

Hi,

 

I installed in a different RHEL machine and it worked fine.

 

I have noticed that the older machine didn´t had the apache server installed, so it looks like that was the problem.

 

Regards,

 

Gerardo

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Re: OnCommand Unified Manager 5.2.1 Failed to setup http service/Failed to get dfm server IP address

I know this is an old thread, but I recently had this problem. After installing httpd, I had to make sure the appropriate entry was in the /etc/hosts file. Otherwise, I was still getting the "Failed to get dfm server IP address" error.

 

Just in case this helps someone else...

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