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Ops Center 12c w/ OVM 3.1.1?

athlonrob Newbie
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Is anybody successfully using Ops Center 12c with OVM 3.1.1?

The discovery of the OVM Manager is failing for me. Without the manager, it's difficult to manage the OVSs....

Rob
  • 1. Re: Ops Center 12c w/ OVM 3.1.1?
    861130 Newbie
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    HI,

    We have it running fine on 3.0.3, but I'm not sure if we've tested this on 3.1 or 3.1.1 yet. Appears to work ok..
  • 2. Re: Ops Center 12c w/ OVM 3.1.1?
    athlonrob Newbie
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    I got it working. I had to set it to use port 7001 and protocol HTTP with the admin username/password.

    Do you have the agent set up on the OVSs? It defaults to port 8899, which has something listening, but I'm not sure how to authenticate to it.
  • 3. Re: Ops Center 12c w/ OVM 3.1.1?
    897354 Newbie
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    You will have to configure Secure TCP (TCPS) for Oracle VM Manager (Doc ID 1456338.1)

    Your OVMM is listening on port localhost.localdomain:54321 it should be listening on *.54321.
    The only way to get it working is to configure a secure TCPS. This will allow your OVMM to listen on *.54322

    Remember when you add the OVMM asset select port 54322 and TCPS.

    Good luck.
  • 4. Re: Ops Center 12c w/ OVM 3.1.1?
    speedbump49 Newbie
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    Thanks 894351. Your reference to the doc above fixed my issue of getting OVM 3.1.1 discovered by Ops Center 12c:

    Using Bundled Scripts

    When you perform a fresh install of Oracle VM Manager 3.1.1, scripts are provided under /u01/app/oracle/ovm-manager-3/bin of the Oracle VM Manager server
    •secureOvmmTcpGenKeyStore.sh: create the keystore
    •secureOvmmTcp.sh: use the generated keystore to enable the TCPS service for Oracle VM Manager

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