What is the problem?
Clean install to upgrade-amd-amdos5-i386-ndw-12-03-00-0791-b001.bin
After first installation rtmprobe not started, second installation give us this?
Can't locate supported_devs.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib64/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib64/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 .) at /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/rtm.setup line 28.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/rtm.setup line 28.
Setting capabilities < cap_net_admin+ep > for command /sbin/ethtool
Warning: Insufficient free disk space available.
/usr/adlex/rtm/bin requires at least 49G
System restart is required for the installation to take effect. Would you like to reboot now? (y/n)
Just looking at the info you have (is it OK to share the LOG files?) tells me you probably don't have enough disk on the AMD or it is partitioned incorrectly.
What does df -a tell you when you run it on the AMD?
Did you use the kickstart script to install RedHat?
If I remember correct the supported_devs.pm is the list of supported NIC cards and if that file isn't there, you will not get much further.
OK - Is there a particular reason why you didn't use the kickstart?
It's based on minimum requirements for the partitiioning and software needed and experience we've gained over the years.
If there's something you need to tweak afterwards, then it's perfectly alright to do so as long as the kickstart has gotten it's needs fulfilled.
Also realize that if you add applications and "heavy" things to the AMD afterwards, Dynatrace can't commit to the performance and precision of the AMD.
Only problem is rtmgate not listening 443 and ndstat say no process with rtmgate.
if I change https port 0 with rtminst , then I can connect to amd by using port 9091 . I have to look at /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/rtmgate.log
what you Ulf think.
I think you should start over
It is possible to manually install RedHat if you follow what is written in the link above but it's time consuming to do it manually - that's why we have the kickstart
If you don't - I think you will have further problems in the near future
Lets talk tomorrow
Not having 443 listening is known issue in 12.3.
Execute the following commands:
service rtmgate stop
mv /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/rtmhttp /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/rtmhttp.old
mv /root/rtmhttp /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/rtmhttp
chmod +x /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/rtmhttp
service rtmgate start
Root case was :
But now 12.2 work, and maybe upgrade to 12.3.1, we don't need that 12.3 yet.
Thanks every helper
Hi Zbigniew – Thanks for clarifying that. 49 GB seems to be a bit excessive for that folder unless I am missing something. Is it safe to ignore this warning or must this 49 GB be assigned for that particular folder?
The ~50 GB requirement for /usr/adlex/rtm/bin/ is because this is the default location for a core should the rtm process crash, and an rtm core can be nearly the full host ram size. When attempting to debug an rtm crash, the core is useless if it is truncated by too small a filesystem.
So there is the answer.
The kickstart script (as I understand it) install the RH in less than usual manner. The focus is on performance and security. Most "ordinary" things are missing to harden the OS and we run regular Nessus against them (reports available on request).
If you open the script you will see how it works since it's no secret. Compare this to your install and pick up what differs.