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what happened to hp-health in mcp repo

bigdaddy68
Advisor

what happened to hp-health in mcp repo

Hi,

I have noticed that the newest MCP (Mgmt Component Pack) for ProLiant servers running CentOS is lacking some familiar codes that we've been using for some time - most notably hp-health.  I also see that some codes appeared to be renamed and/or changed. 

I am also interested in hpwdt and hpdiags as well - are those that still available under a different code or are they part of the server HW now ?

Is there anything like a whitepaper describing these changes  ?

http://downloads.linux.hpe.com

Thx

BigDaddy68

BigDaddy68
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Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: what happened to hp-health in mcp repo


@bigdaddy68wrote:

Hi,

I have noticed that the newest MCP (Mgmt Component Pack) for ProLiant servers running CentOS is lacking some familiar codes that we've been using for some time - most notably hp-health.  I also see that some codes appeared to be renamed and/or changed. 

I am also interested in hpwdt and hpdiags as well - are those that still available under a different code or are they part of the server HW now ?

Is there anything like a whitepaper describing these changes  ?

http://downloads.linux.hpe.com

Thx

BigDaddy68


Health, snmp-agents and the System Management Home Page were depricated with HPE ProLiant Servers Gen10
as this functionality was moved to the ilo interface.

If you require health/snmp, please use the previous release of the MCP (10.60).
https://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/project/mcp/

Some packages were re- or de-branded removing 'hp' from the package name

 




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bigdaddy68
Advisor

Re: what happened to hp-health in mcp repo

Thanks Jimmy,

The 10.60 code does not seem to be on the site you mention.... 

For CentOS revs 7, 7.2 7.3 and 7.4 it only lists 10.50 and then 11.05 - there is no 10.60

https://downloads.linux.hpe.com/SDR/project/mcp/

is 10.60 going to be published on the site ?  anywhere ?

 

thx

BigDaddy68

BigDaddy68