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PeterSteiner wrote:This has nothing to do with the security of the root user you're logging in as. Every Agent you install shares security with a single SunMC Server: although out-of-the-box it's visible (read-only) to other SunMC Servers. What that error message is telling you is that the Agent thinks the Server you logged into (i.e. from the Java Console or web interface) isn't the same primary Server the Agent shares security keys with. So it gives you read-only access... so you can see the existing modules but not load new ones.
*"Insuficient security privilege to load module.Agent in remote server contex"*
Look at the "Info" tab for that Agent in the Console. There's trap and event sections. Those sections show the hostname/IP that the Agent thinks is its primary Server. You likely logged into the wrong Server (if you have more than one) or the Agent is configured incorrectly.
If the Agent is pointing to the wrong hostname/IP as its server you can re-run setup on that Agent, or edit the trap+event sections of the /var/opt/SUNWsymon/cfg/domain-config.x file and reseed/restart.
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Just wondering, but you mention that this is the default behaviour out-of-the-box . Is there any way to configure or load modules from a remote server context?
This has nothing to do with the security of the root user you're logging in as. Every Agent you install shares security with a single SunMC Server: although out-of-the-box it's visible (read-only) to other SunMC Servers.
thanks for the answer, very interesting. i want to tell you, that the server and the agent, lives in the same box.
the address that your requiest me are:
127.0.0.1:162 TRAP DESTINATION
127.0.0.1:163 EVENT DESTINATION
I talked about the root user, because these is the user registered to manage the SunMC
Thanks for help.
hi, MIKE, can you explain me again your point. Plz
i solutioned that, adding the user of the SMC, in every group created by the installation.
And, the most important thing, before you install the tool, you need to edit the
/etc/hosts , whit the correct value
Then the info tab will show you, that the event and trap destinations are IP Addresses, not the Loopback
Thank you Mike..It worked for me as well.