5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 22, 2013 3:49 PM by user13475271 RSS

    Running emcli setup -url=https://nsn175-105.us.oracle.com:7803/em -username=SYSMAN

    user13475271

      Hello all,

       

      First thank you for all your helps with previous questions.

       

      Right now I am encountering an issue when I run emcli setup -url=https://nsn175-105.us.oracle.com:7803/em -username=SYSMAN in a terminal where I logged in using my oracle account or a local account created on a Linux (2.6.32-100.28.5.el6.x86_64) running on SunRay.

       

      Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c : 12.1.0.3.0

      JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.7.0_40

      PATH=/usr/java/jdk1.7.0_40:$PATH

       

      When I logged in as a root, the emcli setup is successful. The question I have is: how to fix this following error so I can setup emcli successfully? Thank you in advance.

       

      lf

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      The error message for non-root users:

       

      ./emcli setup -url=https://nsn175-105.us.oracle.com:7803/em -username=SYSMAN

      Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c 3.

      Copyright (c) 1996, 2013 Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

       

      The configuration directory "/home/user_name" may not be local. See the "dir" option in the help for the setup command.

      Do you want to continue using this directory? [yes/no] yes

      Enter password

       

      Warning: This certificate has not been identified as trusted in the local trust store

      --------------------------------------

      [

      [

      ... (remove some data)

      ]

      ...

      ]

      --------------------------------------

      Warning: This certificate could be compromised

      ... (remove some data)

       

      Warning: This certificate has not been identified as trusted in the local trust store

      --------------------------------------

      [

      ... (remove some data)

      --------------------------------------

      Do you trust the certificate chain? [yes/no] yes

      Error: Some required configuration is missing, corrupt, inaccessible, or insecure (access permissions are too liberal).

      Resolve the problem and run setup.