I installed a clean/fresh copy of Ops Center Enterprise Manager which showed me v18.104.22.1686 and the ran then downloaded and ran the console upate to bring the system to 22.214.171.1241. The issue I'm having is that when I'm in the console, click on "Ops Center Downloads" the downloads displayed are for 126.96.36.1996. If I check the "Show Older Updates" box I can see thre newer versions .1549, .1559, and .1571
The console is installed on Oracle Linux v 5.5
The original instal was performed using the .1536 package from e-delivery in a command shell
The .1571 update was installed using a download from e-delivery and applied in a command shell
It acts like the versioning database is out of sync.
When I attempt to deploy/push the proxy the ProxyProvPrecheck passes but the copy fails in ProxyProvProvision. Is that because the files aren't on the local system?
I have downloaded both the .1536 and .1571 versions using the console and the error continues. We tested (completely different system) with .1536 and the deployment worked.
The "Ops Center Downloads" display issue sounds like a different problem that shouldn't be related.
What do you see in the /var/opt/sun/xvm/images/productUpdate directory?
There should be more detail in the job log. When you do the proxy provisioning, are you using both a normal user and a privileged user? If so I think there's a bug on that that I don't know if it's been fixed.
But if you open the failed Proxy provisioning job details, there's an Export Details option, it should give more a clue of what went wrong.
We decided to deploy the agent manually and discovered that the installer had several coding errors. For example, it stopped because it needed at least Solaris version 10u3 installed. The installed OS was 10u10....
I think that may have been the deployment issue.
The console issue has changed. Once I was able to installe the agent on the console the problem changed, noe the ops center downloads show.
Without Show Older Updates Checked
Ver .1571 SPARC. .1559 SPARC, .1549 SPARC, .1536 x86, .1536 SPARC, .1536 Linux x86
With the check it shows all 3 item of all 3 versions
did you run OCdoctor before you installed? When I ran it on my latest installs, it highlighted the solaris10u10 issue, and the workaround is to edit the /etc/release file and change it to u9 just for the install