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HPBsmFndDPS2 has missing requires of

After Installing OBM 2020.10 with IP1 Hotfix (detailed version see below), I get the following errors on "yum check":

HPBsmFndDPS2-11.01.016-1.x86_64 has missing requires of /usr/local/Python37/bin/python3.7m
HPBsmFndDPS2-11.01.016-1.x86_64 has missing requires of /usr/local/bin/python
HPBsmFndDPS2-11.01.016-1.x86_64 has missing requires of libffi.so.5()(64bit)
HPBsmFndDPS2-11.01.016-1.x86_64 has missing requires of libgdbm.so.2()(64bit)
HPBsmFndDPS2-11.01.016-1.x86_64 has missing requires of libtcl8.6.so()(64bit)
MIB2Policy-1.00.070-1.x86_64 has missing requires of perl(Data::Dumper)
MIB2Policy-1.00.070-1.x86_64 has missing requires of perl(Digest::MD5)

 

Installation of python and python3 via 

yum install python

yum install python3   #python 3.6 and not 3.7 anyway

didn't change anything.

Which packages are exactly needed? Why is there no information about these prerequisites in the documentation? Or can I reinstall HPBsmFndDPS2?

And about MIB2Policy: This is particular strange: I thought OBM is being installed with it's own perl environment.

 

Any hints how to go on with this?

 

OBM Version:

Product: Operations Bridge Manager
Component: OMi Core
Version: 11.01
Base: 041.53823
Build: 120.4149343d5606cf9c576c8c9816c88fb4cf0c4ad5
Patch: 2020.10 (11.01) IP1 (OMI_00222), Build 120.4149343d5606cf9c576c8c9816c88fb4cf0c4ad5
Hotfix: OCTCR19G1181840_2020.10_11.01_IP1 installed 03/30/21 08:41:20

OS: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.7 (Maipo)

 

 

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yes, saw this, too.  customer reported this.  But i was too lazy to open a case yet.

I can not understand why RnD is not able to build proper rpm packages. my customers complain about similar situation since the dawn of man. also do a a simple test before release, but i think my expectations are to high.

There was hope once when HP & MF merged as Suse was part of MF.  So there was a small glimpse of hope that Suse will share some knowlegde about how to build proper rpms.. But they got sold. So we have to stick with this situation i guess.

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