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Hi All,

I am getting same coreid for two servers, for this reason I am unable to map and grant tha nodes.

 

plz help.

Mrinmoy
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1) opcnode -del_id node_name=<node_name>

 

delete node OvCoreId from management server database.

 

 

2)

 /opt/OV/bin/OpC/install/opcactivate -s <management_server_fqdn>

 

reactivate node configuration

can be used to send another request to management server if first was failed.

 

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You need change coreid for one of two servers.

 

Next instruction for HPOM for Unix (maybe for HPOM for Windows it willl be some different)

Do not change management server coreid (if management server is one of two servers)

 

1) delete coreid on management server

 

open console at management server, run command

(you need close node properties at HPOM Motif GUI)

 

opcnode -del_id node_name=<node_name>

 

2) open node console

 

2.1) remove all certificates
# ovcert -list
+---------------------------------------------------------+
| Keystore Content                                        |
+---------------------------------------------------------+
| Certificates:                                           |
|     aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee (*)            |
+---------------------------------------------------------+
| Trusted Certificates:                                   |
|     CA_ffffffff-gggg-hhhh-jjjj-kkkkkkkkkkkk             |
+---------------------------------------------------------+

 

run command for all certificates

ovcert -remove <alias>

 

example,

ovcert -remove aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee

 

2.2) change node coreid

 

ovcoreid -create -force

 

2.3) reactivate agent (it will send new certificate request to management server)

 

 /opt/OV/bin/OpC/install/opcactivate -s <management_server_fqdn>

 

3) grant certificate request at management server

 

 

Or just reinstall one of agent (you need remove all agent file after agent deinstallation)

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Hi, Thanks for this information. I have changed coreid for both servers, and deleted these node in node editor, which were aded previously. Then I have created again and triggred. Its working fine now. Can you plz explain what these commands dose exactly

opcnode -del_id node_name=<node_name>

 /opt/OV/bin/OpC/install/opcactivate -s <management_server_fqdn>

Thanks Again.

Mrinmoy
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1) opcnode -del_id node_name=<node_name>

 

delete node OvCoreId from management server database.

 

 

2)

 /opt/OV/bin/OpC/install/opcactivate -s <management_server_fqdn>

 

reactivate node configuration

can be used to send another request to management server if first was failed.

 

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Thanks a lot.

Mrinmoy
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