07-08-2010 06:03 AM - edited 07-08-2010 06:10 AM
I am running RHEL 5.5 with the latest updates. I extracted the psp installation archive and ran in the new directory ./hpsum /softwareonly /silent with user root.
PSP file I used: psp-8.50.rhel5.i686.en.tar.gz
There was no user output (silent), but in the log file /var/hp/log/localhost/hpsum_log.txt I saw the following:
See LOG 1, summary:
Exit Code for Target localhost: -1
I have all the required rpms installed:
- kernel-PAE-devel (using PAE kernel)
07-14-2010 02:29 AM
I'm running with the same software: RHEL5.5 with all the updates on a DL380G5.
whatever I try, I always get the message:
~/hp/psp# ./hpsum /softwareonly /silent ./hpsum: error while loading shared libraries: libSM.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
This basically means I don't have X installed. But that's because I don't need and therefore don't want to run X on my l linux servers.
Am I right in guessing that, in order to install a bunch of software, HP wants me to install X?
08-04-2010 12:41 AM
From the following I see that PSP 8.50 does not support fully RHEL 5.5: http://forums13.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questio
06-21-2011 07:32 AM
I have found that even though you don't want to install via the X interface that the HPSUM utilities still need X Window System installed.
yum -y groupinstall "X Window System"
It sucks but I've not found a way around it.
07-08-2011 10:08 AM
I was using a lower version of PSP (v7.8) so I had the prerequisites of rpm-devel and rpm-build. My repository was not working correctly so downloaded the tar.gz for my system. It seems that once the software is extracted you can run --
sh ./hpsum -nui
and it will install. The -nui is for No User Interface. This also does not allow any setting changes for snmp or repository setup, but in my case, I already had a PSP intalled and wanted those settings anyway. I would assume that this would work for a new install as well that does not have X installed - but any snmp configurations would need to be manually as well.
10-10-2012 02:44 AM
I realise this is an old thread, but to answer one of the OP's questions, I tend to get HPSUM error code -3 when the version of firmware/software being applied is older than that installed already on one particular component in the set.