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Manually installing agent controller on Solaris 11 on Opscenter 12c

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I am trying to install agent controller using (OpsCenterAgent.SolarisIPS.all.12.1.1.2076) on a solaris 11 server but encounter the following issue.

# ./install -p 172.20.106.114

command: ./install -p 172.20.106.114
pkg list: no packages matching '*hmp/hmp-tools' installed
pkg list: no packages matching '*hmp/hmp-libs' installed
Checking to see if this is an upgrade to an existing Agent Controller
No existing Agent Controller found.
Installing the IPS Agent Controller

Certificate:
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x509 -noout -in /etc/certs/CA/172.20.106.114.OpsCenter_cert.pem -issuer -subject -dates
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172.20.106.114 oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname
oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname
No need to update /etc/inet/hosts : PROXY CERT_CN entry already present
Using Proxy URI https://oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname:8002/IPS
Ops Center publisher URI: https://oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname:8002/IPS
/usr/bin/pkg set-publisher -G '*' -g https://oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname:8002/IPS solaris
pkg set-publisher: The origin URIs for 'solaris' do not appear to point to a valid pkg repository.
Please verify the repository's location and the client's network configuration.
Additional details:

Unable to contact valid package repository: https://oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname:8002/IPS
Encountered the following error(s):
Transport errors encountered when trying to contact repository.
Reported the following errors:
https protocol error: code: 400 reason: Bad Request
URL: 'https://oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname:8002/IPS'.
Error 1: pkg set-publisher -G '*' -g https://oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname:8002/IPS solaris
  • 1. Re: Manually installing agent controller on Solaris 11 on Opscenter 12c
    graham1137 Newbie
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    The Sol11 agents require a Solaris 11 package repository to be available somewhere on your network.
    Your agent install is failing because the defined repository cannot be reached.

    Can https://oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname:8002/IPS be reached from oracle-oem-oc-mgmt-hostname itself ?
    If so, maybe a firewall is blocking your agent from connecting to the repository on port 8002.

    It's a good idea to run OCDoctor.sh --agent-prereq prior to attempting to install the agent.  It will tell you in advance of all the things you need to fix. :-)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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