SnapCenter Plug-in for NAS File Services installation on the catalog server might fail while installing or upgrading SnapCenter

Description

While installing or upgrading SnapCenter, the SnapCenter Plug-in for NAS File Services installation on the catalog server might fail. For upgrade operation, no rollback is supported if there is any failure.

Corrective action

If you were installing SnapCenter, run the following commands:

  1. Open-SmConnection -SMSbaseUrl https://SNAPCENTER_SERVER_NAME/ DOMAIN_NAME -Credential credential -RoleName role_name -Port port_number -Verbose
  2. Add-SmRunAs -Name run_as_account -AuthMode Linux -Credential credential -EnableSudoPrevileges true
  3. Add-SmHost -HostName host_name -Port port_number -OSType Linux -RunAsName run_as_account -CatalogHost -DiscoverPlugins -DoNotAddClusterNodes
  4. Install-SmHostPackage -HostNames host_name -ApplicationCode SCO -FilesystemCode SCU -RunAsName run_as_account

If you were upgrading SnapCenter, run the following commands:

  1. Open-SmConnection -SMSbaseUrl https://SNAPCENTER_SERVER_NAME/ DOMAIN_NAME -Credential credential -RoleName role_name -Port port_number -Verbose
  2. Set-SmMaintenanceMode -HostNames host_name -MaintenanceStatus UnderMaintenance -Confirm false-Verbose
  3. Update-SmHostPackage -HostNames host_name -Confirm false
  4. Set-SmMaintenanceMode -HostNames host_name -MaintenanceStatus Production -Confirm false-Verbose