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I am also faing the same ERRLABEL problem in solaris 10 Machine.Im getting the following error when i ran OCDoctor.sh script.
# ./OCDoctor.sh troubleshoot fix
Ops Center Doctor version 2.02 (Nov 17 2010 [Build 261])
[Fix mode is enabled]
===================== Checking Enterprise Controller... ===========================
OK: Total number of agents: 0
OK: Number of agents with inventories: 0
OK: Enterprise Controller requirements are met
OK: No broken indexes in the Management DB
OK: No broken indexes in the Report DB
OK: Apache logs are smaller than 2 GB
OK: User scncon is not locked
Warning: truncating password to 8 characters
ERROR: scncon password in /var/opt/sun/xvm/persistence/scn-satellite/satellite.properties doesnt match /etc/shadow
OK: n1gc folder has the right permissions
OK: All Enterprise Controller packages are installed properly
OK: All agent packages are installed properly
OK: All agent patches are installed properly
OK: Enterprise Controller status is online
OK: the version is the latest one (220.127.116.116)
OK: satadm timeouts were increased
OK: tar command was properly adjusted in satadm
OK: scndb user exists
OK: scndb user does not have any messages printed when logged in
OK: Logs folder has the right permissions
OK: Connectivity to the KB public servers works properly
OK: /usr/jdk/latest points to a 1.6.0 JDK
OK: No partially installed packages
OK: No old jobs rerun (CR 6990675)
OK: No NCP encryption is used
OK: No credential issues found
TIP: don't forget to run the 'OCDoctor.sh --tuning' to optimize performance on the EC
==================== Checking LOCAL Proxy Controller... ===========================
OK: Verified a unique Cacao SMF instance.
OK: ipmiflash points to a binary
OK: No hidden servers due to proxy communication
OK: /etc/hosts is a symbolic link
OK: Proxy status is online
OK: Found a proxy connection listed in 'sc-console list-connections' - the local proxy is properly configured
You may run this on remote proxies as well
OK: no ssh 'Read timed out' messages found
OK: Admin DB netmask matches the ifconfig output for xnf2 (255.255.255.0)
======== Agent controller is installed but not configured, skipping ===============
I have check /etc/shadow and satellite.properties file.Password is same in both files
Your help is very much appreciated in advance.
Edited by: user12106494 on 29-Aug-2011 11:04
First thing I would do is run
You should get up to 3.03.
Then run --troubleshoot again and see if anything new pops up.
The rest of my notes:
* Check swap - make sure have over 6gb
* Make sure nothing else is using port 443:
/opt/SUNWxvmoc/bin/proxyadm stop -wv
/opt/SUNWxvmoc/bin/satadm stop -wv
netstat -an | grep 443
* Check /etc/hosts, make sure there are not 2 "localhost" entries - 1 with the IP of the EC (which was listed first), and the 2nd on the 127.0.0.1 line. Remove the localhost alias from the line with the IP/hostname of the EC, restart the EC, and it was fine.
* scncon password changed or something is wrong with it. Use "passwd" as root for scncon and make sure it matches what is set in /var/opt/sun/xvm/persistence/scn-satellite/satellite.properties on the scncon.password line. The scncon password in this file is in clear text. Make sure the scncon and other users are in /etc/shadow.
"It looks like the login issue had something to do with the OPS Center entries initially being missing from the /etc/shadow file. When I had added them and then got the messages about the scncon acct being locked I had tried using “passwd -u scncon” to unlock the acct, which apparently wasn’t working. I ended up manually editing the shadow file. I’m now able to login as root and with my own user credentials."
One person had this experience:
Failure in registering with Oracle Configuration Manager server
Invalid My Oracle Support credentials.
Unable to install/configure OCM with /var/opt/sun/xvm/ocm/ccr/bin/setupCCR, error code: 11
Cannot proceed with Oracle Configuration Manager installation
Manually executed the following:
Came back with issues regarding ORACLE_HOME and JAVA_HOME. Once I fixed/set both of them and re-ran setupCCR, everything works fine.
Thanks for providing the tips to resolve the issue.
I changed the scncon password and updated the satellite.properties with new password clear text.Now everything is working fine.