After installing CiscoWorks, I get this error when the broker starts. It repeats indefinitely, about once every 45 seconds.
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart: [22-Nov-2006 14:33:44+028ms] t@1 brstart
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart: RSRV-E-EBRSTART-Cannot start Broker
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart: RSRV-EMODELLOAD-Unable to load model 'sm_broker'
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart: CI-EMODNOTLOAD-Module sm_broker could not be loaded
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart: CI-ESYSINFO-System information:
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart: . /opt/cisco-works/CSCOpx/objects/db/lib/libsm_broker.so: Permission denied
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart: RTLD-SI_ELOADERR-Dynamic loader error
Nov 22 14:33:44 hrn-ciscoworks1 brstart:
I can't find anyone else who's had this problem. The library it's looking for does not exist in that path. Instead it's in /opt/cisco-works/CSCOpx/objects/smarts/lib/
I have tried copying the library there, also using a symlink, but the same error always occurs. I went ahead and upgraded from LMS 2.5 to 2.5.1, but still had the error. Right now an upgrade to 2.6 is running, but I suspect that it will not resolve the problem.
Another interesting note is the result of running:
The CiscoWorks LMS system requirements do not specify that a local partition is required. The documentation only specifies the minimum disk space required.
The system requirements and installation documentation were carefully reviewed prior to purchase and installation. It would be unfair for Cisco to refuse support simply because of the disk subsystem, even for problems unrelated to the disk.
Would you say the same thing about iSCSI?
Is there any way to run the binaries from a local partition and store data on the NAS?
Nevertheless, I'll try to get my customer to install local disks that are large enough.
iSCSI is quite different from NFS from an implementation standpoint, and would have much more potential for success out of the box. That said, we have not tested CiscoWorks installed to an iSCSI volume so problems may occur.
Currently, there is no way to have the application installed on local media, with data stored to a NAS. The data is kept "embedded" within the application hierarchy. However, backups of the application can be taken and stored anyway you like.
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