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Once the policies have been created or modified, and assigned, to the managed nodes, they have to be deployed to the managed nodes.
This is done using the Action icon for the managed node or node group. Selecting Deploy Configuration will open up a Selector window. In the window, specify which elements should be deployed. The terminology is confusing.
Documentation uses the term "deployment", and yet the selector window uses the term distribution. The terms actually refer to the same process. Distribution is simply a term from older versions of HPOM. The selector window is mainly a set of check boxes on what to deploy. The most important of them is checkbox that permits to deploy (distribute) policies.
You can perform the policy distribution from the command line using the command:
/opt/OV/bin/OpC/opcragt -distrib -policys <node_name> \ [ <node_name> ... ]
By using the -policys option of the opcragt command you retrieve the assigned policies from the HPOM repository, prepare them for the distribution and start their deployment to the managed nodes.
For more information about the opcragt command options, refer to theopcragt (1M) reference page.
Feb 19, 2008 | IT Resource Center forums
Sally A. Berlowitz:
I am using the OPC Gui to deploy templates, monitors, actions, and cmds to a https managed node. I have made changes to a monitor script located in the directory /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/customer/sun/sparc/solaris 7/monitor.
From the Gui I do an Install/Update SW & Config.
I receive a message in the Message browser that the configuration information was successfully distributed.
I telnet to the managed node and check the files located in /var/opt/OV/bin/instrumentation directory and the files have not been updated.
After turning on trace on the management server, I received the following messages in the System.txt file:"depl-81 Unable to deploy 'Dep1MIOAn4aqsW' to node 'xx'" "depl-175 Message returned from host: (depl-81) Unable to deploy 'DeplMUKASmaiJd' to node 'xx'." "depl-2 File '/var/opt/OV/installation/temp/bbc/fx/upload/Dep1MIOAn5aqsW' does not exist."
Does anyone have any ideas about what is causing this issue?
I would first make sure you can communicate with the node. You can try the following:
(mgmt)bbcutil -ping <nodename> (mgmt)opcragt -status <nodename> (node)/opt/OV/bin/bbcutil -ping <mgmt_sv>
Make sure the cert's are good:
(node)/opt/OV/bin/ovcert -status (node)/opt/OV/bin/ovcert -check
Make sure you have the correct coreid for the node.
(node)/opt/OV/bin/ovcoreid (mgmt)opcnode -list_id node_list=<nodename> * make sure the coreid is the same
If this is all working, restart the agent on the node, and delete the distrib, and try it again.
(node)/opt/OV/bin/ovc -kill (node)/opt/OV/bin/ovc -start
(mgmt)rm /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC/distrib/* (mgmt)opcrag -distrib -force <nodename>
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