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DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

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is66rlh
Occasional Advisor

DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

at work one of the HP servers is a dl380 g3 and on the Managment web page it doesn't show what the environmental status is
it showes a link to it but no info
which agent needs to be installed I've installed serveral that looked like the right one with no success
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Diego Castelli
Trusted Contributor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

Are SNMP Services on the server up and running?

did you install using Smartstart or directly with the windows CD?

Hope this helps.
Diego C.

MS MCSA Server 2003

HP Accredited Integration Specialist
is66rlh
Occasional Advisor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

I belive it was installed with the smart start CD
I can see the proformance info but the rest is grayed out
also it the page showes the system model as null
Diego Castelli
Trusted Contributor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

SNMP services on windows?

Are you prompted to log on for viewing the page?

Bye.

The fast solution is:

-Be sure to have SNMP services up and running
-configure public and private strings for community
-configure localhost to receive snmp messages
-download last PSP, extract it to a directory of your choice (c:\HP-PSP\, for example)
-launch setup.exe
-in the remote deployment utility, find the system management homepage in the left pane
-right-click it and select configure.
-configure following instructions to "trust all", create administrators group, and allow local access without login, but network access to require user and password.(remember that during installation one account is created accordingly to the account you are logged in).
-at this point deleteany other components in the right pane, but leave the agents. (Sys mgmt homepage works well with his own version agents than with old ones).
-click install selected components.

This should be the right way (forgive me if i was inexact, but i'm doing such a mnemonic effort... :-) )


Hope this helps.


Diego.
Diego C.

MS MCSA Server 2003

HP Accredited Integration Specialist
Timur S Lukovkin
Regular Advisor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

I do recommend you to reinstall the Proliant Support Pack using the Smart Start CD. This will fix the issue.
KarloChacon
Honored Contributor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

well

you know that happends well if you install with SS unistall all hp programs (add/remove programs), after that unistall SNMP (add/remove windows components)

restart server

install SNMP again, configure like Diego told you (traps - security taps in SNMP service)

after that reinstall PSP

any trouble - install java jre or sdk

regards

Didn't your momma teach you to say thanks!
is66rlh
Occasional Advisor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

I'll try that
I just installed SS7.7 and still no CPU temp
So I'll try your idea uninstall SNMP and SS then reinstall
is66rlh
Occasional Advisor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

that didn't work
Diego Castelli
Trusted Contributor
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Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

I'm ugly to know that ...

Have your server a management processor installed in it?

The features you mean was working or never work?

The sys mgmt homepage URL is in your trusted sites? Does your internet explorer or (any other browser you're using) block the scripts or activex?

Try to visit the sys mgmt homepage remotely from a client, inserting it in the trusted sites zone of IE.

Try upgrading the driver of the management processor, if any.
(it is possible to upgrade the firmware?)

Hope this helps.
Anyway feel free to post dubts or requests: i'm here to try help you.
Diego C.

MS MCSA Server 2003

HP Accredited Integration Specialist
is66rlh
Occasional Advisor

Re: DL380 G3 managment page not showing environmental status

a snmp problem occured related to an application running on the server

and in trying to resolve that I resolved the environmental status problem (snmp Security issue)thanks for the help luckily it isn't a mission critical server now all the agents 7.7 are running and all status show thanks