Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 160146
process `omaws32` is using obsolete setsockopt ...BSDCOMPAT
Last modified: 2015-03-04 20:14:53 EST
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Description of problem:
Process `omaws32`, a background application process, is using obsolete setsockopt ...BSDCOMPAT. This appears that it is a bug that has not yet been reported. omaws32 is a core process belonging to Dell OpenManage. This program is non-essential process to the running of the system according to processlibrary.com
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.`ps -ef | grep omaws32` Verify process running
3.Errors in syslog
Actual Results: Recorded errors in log files as expected
Expected Results: Process should not be using obsolete BSDCOMPAT setsockopt
...but resolved !
First I think bsdcompat is related with something about bsd thing such as...
And so ?
I reinstall my RHEL AS 4 u2 without DNS.
I install everything about Dell OpenManage by using the comment
./srvadmin-install -b (just in case of)
I add BigBrother managment software including the openmanage.sh script located
And now I install my dns service with rpm -ivh bind-9*.rpm command.
Finally nome omawd32 error message
I thing I have resolved aonther bug refenced here...
It is because I have exactly the same on my box.
And now she is pretty fine.
This should likely get reported to Dell; I'm fairly sure it's their software.
Refiling to OpenIPMI since that's somewhat more related to this than NetworkManager.
Agree with Dan, please contact Dell customer service for this issue.
Read ya, Phil