This charm deploys the Dell OpenManage Server Administrator
packages for PowerEdge Servers.
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Dell OpenManage Server Administrator (OMSA) is a software agent that provides
one-to-one systems management solution in two ways: from an integrated,
graphical user interface (GUI) and from a command line interface (CLI)
through the operating system.
OMSA is designed so that system administrators can manage server systems
both locally and remotely
on a network. It also interfaces with OpenManage Essentials (OME) console,
which allows for
monitoring of the systems in your data center from a single interface.
This subordinate charm is designed for use on Dell PowerEdge "R", "T", and
"M" series servers. It was tested against 11G and 12G systems.
To effectively leverage this charm, the server must be registered in a MAAS
environment and have a service deployed to it via juju.
This charm can be deployed by running:
juju deploy openmanage
Once the charm is deployed, add it as a relation to a PowerEdge system
running an existing service:
juju add-relation mysql openmanage
The above example will set up the repositories and install OMSA onto a node
that is currently running the mysql service.
Note: You may need to add "linux.dell.com" to the squid-deb-proxy mirror.
echo "linux.dell.com" | sudo tee \
/etc/squid-deb-proxy/mirror-dstdomain.acl.d/90-linux-dell-com sudo /etc/init.d/squid-deb-proxy restart
options: package_set: type: string default: "srvadmin-all" description: The meta-package to install the OMSA functionality you require: (srvadmin-all, srvadmin-base, srvadmin-rac4,
srvadmin-rac5, srvadmin-idrac, srvadmin-idrac7, srvadmin-webserver,
srvadmin-storageservices, dtk-scripts, dcism)
To use the web interface, users with appropriate permissions need to be added.
Add users with appropriate permissions to /opt/dell/srvadmin/etc/omarolemap
See detailed information in the User's Guide available from the documentation
link below for your version of OMSA.
john_doe * Administrator
Start the web server.
sudo service dsm_om_connsvc start
Go to https://
If you want to start the dsm_om_connsvc service at boot, issue the following
sudo update-rc.d dsm_om_connsvc defaults
Author: Kent Baxley firstname.lastname@example.org
Report bugs at: http://bugs.launchpad.net/charms/+source/openmanage
- (string) Space separated list of meta-packages to install the OMSA functionality you require (srvadmin-all srvadmin-base srvadmin-rac4 srvadmin-rac5 srvadmin-idrac srvadmin-idrac7 srvadmin-webserver srvadmin-storageservices dtk-scripts dcism)