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upload Operations Agent deployment packages to OBM failing

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Hi Team,

We have OMI 10.63 ip 4 in our environment. 

i am trying to achieve to upgrade agent through OMI console.

https://docs.microfocus.com/itom/Operations_Bridge_Manager:2020.05/ManageDepl

on gateway server, while uploading agent through  opr-package-manager.bat file getting below error.

E:\HPBSM\opr\bin>opr-package-manager.bat -username admin -password admin -upload_packages OVO-Agent.xml -input "E:\Software\OA agent 12.11\OA agent 12.11\packages\WIN\Windows_X64" -platform WIN
INFO: Looking for bundle descriptor file: OVO-Agent.xml in path: E:\Software\OA agent 12.11\OA agent 12.11\packages\WIN\Windows_X64
INFO: Uploading bundle/patches/hotfixes for the following platforms [WIN]
INFO: Uploading package from directory E:\Software\OA agent 12.11\OA agent 12.11\packages\WIN\Windows_X64
ERROR: IO error. Reason: SocketException: Software caused connection abort:
socket write error.
Operation completed successfully.

Please help to rectify it.

Regards,

Nilesh

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Thats an classic. I wonder that MF is not able to update the documentation with this issue.

i run into this long time ago. here the solution of MF Support

Edit /opt/HP/BSM/WebServer/conf/httpd.conf and change LimitRequestBody to the new value to 1000 megabytes like below.
LimitRequestBody 1000000000
Restart the Apache Web Server: /opt/HP/BSM/WebServer/bin/apache2restart.sh
For Windows machine : restart HPOperationsManageriWebServer services. //OMi restart is not required.
If package registration fails again try with increased value of LimitRequestBody.
Please note that after OMi reconfiguration value for LimitRequestBody  will updated from infrastructure setting .
Apply workaround after reconfiguration.

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Commodore Commodore
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i have tried this also.

E:\HPBSM\opr\bin>opr-package-manager.bat -username admin -password admin -upload_packages "E:\Software\OA agent 12.11\OA agent 12.11\packages\WIN\Windows_X64\OVO-Agent.xml" -input "E:\Software\OA agent 12.11\OA agent 12.11\packages\" -platform WIN

E:\HPBSM\opr\bin>



no error coming but package not uploaded

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Thats an classic. I wonder that MF is not able to update the documentation with this issue.

i run into this long time ago. here the solution of MF Support

Edit /opt/HP/BSM/WebServer/conf/httpd.conf and change LimitRequestBody to the new value to 1000 megabytes like below.
LimitRequestBody 1000000000
Restart the Apache Web Server: /opt/HP/BSM/WebServer/bin/apache2restart.sh
For Windows machine : restart HPOperationsManageriWebServer services. //OMi restart is not required.
If package registration fails again try with increased value of LimitRequestBody.
Please note that after OMi reconfiguration value for LimitRequestBody  will updated from infrastructure setting .
Apply workaround after reconfiguration.

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Commodore Commodore
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Hello @andreask ,

Is below value present in bytes ..?

NileshX_0-1593416642667.png

So i need to convert it into MB..

Regards,

Nilesh

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This is for 1GB:

LimitRequestBody 1000000000

So no transformation needed. I think its bytes.

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Just another idea.

extract the iso and delete in package folders the folders of packages you dont need, like linux on PPC or AIX... makes upload smaller.

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