Article ID: 3251, created on Nov 30, 2007, last review on May 10, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • H-Sphere


The exclamation mark means that some packages are not installed on the unix box. To check this issue: 1. Log in as root to the corresponding unix box that has such problem. 2. Run [root@]# /hsphere/shared/bin/hspackages -v The hspackages script get set of installed logical servers or installed packages for each logical server (verbose mode). This script is included into package hsphere-info-1-x [root@cp ~]# rpm -qf /hsphere/shared/bin/hspackages hsphere-info-1-2 For more information about this script run: /hsphere/shared/bin/hspackages -h For example: [root@cp]# /hsphere/shared/bin/hspackages -v ... common : hsphere-utils-1-4 : last common : MySQL-client-4.1.21-0.glibc23 : expired mail : hsphere-webmails-h2.5-2-22 : absent ... If any packages are absent or expired, you have to install or update them: For example: [root@cp]# /usr/hsphere/shared/bin/oscode #rpm -ivh[OSCODE]/hsphere-webmails-h2.5-2-22.[ext] where OSCODE is the code of the operating system, e.g.: Linux: RH72 for RedHat 7.2, RH73 for RedHat 7.3, RHES for RedHat Enterprise Server, RHES3 for RedHat Enterprise Server 3, RHAS for RedHat Advanced Server, RHES4 for RedHat Enterpise Linux 4, CentOS 4, White Box Enterprise Linux 4 FreeBSD: FBSD4 FBSD5 Also ext is the package extension: rpm for Linux, tgz for FreeBSD.

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