DCA V2/V3: dcacheck shows  [SNMP Status=>SNMP configuration issue on host, please validate IP address setting in SNMP configuration] [oid=>SNMP_CONFIG_ERROR]: lsi_mrdsnmp is missing when trying to reset SNMP services

           

   Article Number:     498281                                   Article Version: 3     Article Type:    Break Fix 
   

 


Product:

 

Data Computing Appliance V3,Greenplum Data Computing Appliance V2

 

Issue:

 

 

dcacheck showing SNMP issues on the cluster indicating a host configuration issue:   

      Example:   
   
DCA_CHECK_ERROR host(sdw8.gphd.local): [Status=>error] [SNMP Status=>SNMP configuration issue on host, please validate IP address setting in SNMP configuration] [oid=>SNMP_CONFIG_ERROR]DCA_CHECK_ERROR host(sdw8.gphd.local): [Status=>error] [SNMP Status=>SNMP configuration issue on host, please validate IP address setting in SNMP configuration] [oid=>SNMP_CONFIG_ERROR]DCA_CHECK_ERROR host(sdw8.gphd.local): [Status=>error] [SNMP Status=>SNMP configuration issue on host, please validate IP address setting in SNMP configuration] [oid=>SNMP_CONFIG_ERROR]    
    Error showing when trying to restart the LSI SNMP agent:   
      Example:   
   
[root@mdw ~]# /etc/init.d/lsi_mrdsnmpd restart-bash: /etc/init.d/lsi_mrdsnmpd: No such file or directory    
   
                                                                

 

 

Resolution:

 

 

To resolve do the fololwing steps:   

         
  1.         Check for the version of sas-snmp running.     
  2.    
​Command:    
      # rpm -qa | grep sas-snmp   
   
         
  1.         Remove the current installed sas_snmp rpm.      
  2.    
Command:    
      # rpm -e sas_snmp-13.08-0401.x86_64 --noscripts   
   
         
  1.         Reinstall the correct SAS SNMP package:​     
  2.    
Command:   
      # yum install sas_snmp   
   
         
  1.         Restart snmpd and lsi_mrdsnmp services.     
  2.    
Command:   
      # /etc/init.d/snmpd restart     
      # /etc/init.d/lsi_mrdsnmp restart   
   
          
Example:   
[root@mdw ~] # rpm -qa | grep sas-snmp[root@mdw ~] # rpm -e sas_snmp-13.08-0401.x86_64 --noscript[root@mdw ~] # yum install sas_snmpLoaded plugins: product-id, securitySetting up Install ProcessResolving Dependencies--> Running transaction check---> Package sas_snmp.x86_64 0:13.08-0401 will be installed--> Finished Dependency ResolutionDependencies Resolved====================================================================================================================== Package                    Arch                     Version                        Repository                   Size======================================================================================================================Installing: sas_snmp                   x86_64                   13.08-0401                     localRepo                   556 kTransaction Summary======================================================================================================================Install       1 Package(s)Total download size: 556 kInstalled size: 2.1 MIs this ok [y/N]: y[root@mdw ~] # /etc/init.d/snmp restartStopping snmpd:                                     [  OK  ]Starting snmpd:                                     [  OK  ][root@mdw ~] # /etc/init.d/lsi_mrdsnmp restartRegistering Service lsi_mrdsnmpdStarting LSI SNMP AgentStarting LSI SNMP Agent:LSI MegaRAID SNMP Agent Ver 3.18.0.2 (Jan 21st, 2013) Started    [  OK  ]