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tarek_3
Frequent Advisor

service guard

hi
i am trying to configure sedrvice guard under REDHAT linux, servers DL380, i installed linux4 EL kernel version 2.6.9-22EL, when i try to install service guard rpm i receive the following error:
"kernel-source >= 2.4.18 is needed by serviceguard-A.11.16.01-0.i386"
I know that SG version 11.16 is supported under linux
any one have any idea??

thx in advance
7 REPLIES
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: service guard

Shalom,

Install the kernel source package.

The message means "I need kernel source higher than version 2.4.18 to run SG"

kernel-develop-2.6.9-22.EL

Thats the package that provides the source.

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tarek_3
Frequent Advisor

Re: service guard

hi
the kernel module is already installed
Serviceguard for Linux
Honored Contributor

Re: service guard

Hassoun,

Stephen is correct. You need to install the Linux kernel source. That is not the same as the kernel module. The source is necessary to build some drivers.
tarek_3
Frequent Advisor

Re: service guard

Hi
How can i check if this module is installed?
because I installed redhat with all the package, (complete installation)

From where can i get this module ?

Regards

Vitaly Karasik_1
Honored Contributor

Re: service guard

does this SG version support RHEL4 with kernel 2.6? Probbaly there are different SG RPMs for RHEL 3 and 4?

Serviceguard for Linux
Honored Contributor

Re: service guard

A complete installation should have installed this.

I'm doing this from memory:

rpm -qa | fgrep kernel

you should see a "src" or "source" with the same 2.6.9-22 version.

Going back to basics - which version of SGLX have you installed (which RPM did you use)?

Also please do a uname -a and report the results.
Vitaly Karasik_1
Honored Contributor

Re: service guard

>rpm -qa | fgrep kernel

>you should see a "src" or "source" with >the same 2.6.9-22 version.

in fact you should see kernel-devel package in RHEL4