Intel’s instructions are quite complicated and the package contains more files than you need.
Follow these commands, downoad and unpack:
wget 'http://downloadmirror.intel.com/18441/eng/ir3_Linux_x86_RWC2_v13.04.03.01.zip' unzip ir3_Linux_x86_RWC2_v13.04.03.01.zip
Check that you have the correct Centos version, should be 5-x:
rpm -qf /etc/redhat-release
Install these requirements before we can launch intel install file:
yum install net-snmp net-snmp-utils --enablerepo=base
Intels .sh file has weird characters in it, lets convert it, chmod it and the run it to install and start services.
tr -d '\15\32' < RunRPM.sh > RunRPM2.sh chmod 755 RunRPM2.sh ./RunRPM2.sh
Open up some ports in Xenserver firewall:
lokkit -p 3071:tcp -p 3071:udp -p 5571:tcp -p 5571:udp
Now, you should be able to connect to your server ip from Windows Intel Raid Web Console 2 UI.
At the time of writing that can be found here.
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The xenserver already has net-snmp packages installed from Citrix, is it ok to overwrite them with the centos ones ?