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"No controllers found". OMSA 6.5. CentOS 6.2. PERC H710. PowerEdge R620. No support yet?

I´m trying to make OMSA command "omreport storage *" work. "omreport chassis *"  and "omreport system *" are ok.

# omreport storage controller
No controllers found

My system: OMSA 6.5. CentOS 6.2. PERC H710. PowerEdge R620. I did the installation using yum:

# wget -q -O - http://linux.dell.com/repo/hardware/latest/bootstrap.cgi | bash
# yum install srvadmin-all dell_ft_install

I´m starting to think there is no support for H710 on OMSA 6.5. Am i right?
I found the 7.0 version on Ubuntu repository, but the latest version on the official repository is 6.5. Any date for 7.0 to be avaiable?

Thanks,

Andre

					
				
			
			
				
			
			
				
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Hi Andre,

You are correct there is no OMSA support for 12G servers/controllers prior to 7.0. However these do work well with 7.0. If it has not been updated in the repository you're pulling from yet, you can try to install it from here: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/04/DriverDetails?DriverId=WW2C5&FileId=2962652264. Since you have CentOS (not RHEL) you may need to extract the RPMs from the tarball and install them manually. Make sure to remove 6.5 first. Let me know if that works or if you have trouble.

Thanks,

Jonathan S

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Hi Andre,

You are correct there is no OMSA support for 12G servers/controllers prior to 7.0. However these do work well with 7.0. If it has not been updated in the repository you're pulling from yet, you can try to install it from here: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/04/DriverDetails?DriverId=WW2C5&FileId=2962652264. Since you have CentOS (not RHEL) you may need to extract the RPMs from the tarball and install them manually. Make sure to remove 6.5 first. Let me know if that works or if you have trouble.

Thanks,

Jonathan S

Download the Dell Quick Resource Locator app today to access PowerEdge support content on your mobile device! (iOS, Android, Windows)

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Thanks Jonathan, version 7.0 works great! I just extracted the tarball and installed everything  (rpm -i *) inside linux/custom/RHEL6 folder. Thanks!

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