02-17-2011 06:08 AM
Did an installation of Host Connectivity Manager on my RHEL 5.5 box. It installed without error even put the icon on the GNOME desktop.
But when I launch HCM and login it can not connect to 'localhost"
Poked around in /etc/rc.d/init.d to find what deamon/service was instaleld as part of the brocade agent installation. I did not see anything that said brocade, HCM or anything that I did not recognize.
1) What is the service that is installed on the host for HCM?
2) What TCP ports does it need and use such that I can point at it remotly via HCM on a single /centralized host?
3) I assume I can plug these hosts, running the agent into the new Brocade Network Manager and manage all the hosts via that tool. Is that correct?
Thanks in advance.
02-18-2011 01:28 PM
It appears that the installer does not build the /opt/brocade/adapter directory
I downloaed the very latest version fo the driver
I removed the installation
|Remove Brocade Host Connectivity Agent Installation|
# rm -rf /opt/brocade/
# rm -rf /var/log/brocade/
Reinstallation of software:
# ls /opt/brocade/adapter/
Log files from /var/log/brocade attached.
Any thoughts why no /opt/brocade/adapter/agent directory?