The following section lists various issues that you may encounter with Infrastructure Management and solutions to the issues.

Authentication issues

If the Authentication failed (HTTP error code 401) error message is displayed, perform the following actions:

  • Ensure that the user credentials are valid. You can do this by trying to log on to the administrator console and verifying that the login was successful.
  • On the Central Server Router, ensure that the routerGatewayHostName property does not have the router's name as the value in the pw\pronto\conf\bppmws.properties file.
  • On the Child Server, ensure that the isRouter property is set to False in the pw\pronto\conf\bppmws.properties file.
  • Ensure that the registeredNGPs property in the pw\pronto\conf\servers.properties file lists the name of the registered child servers for the Central Server Router and the name of the router for the Child Servers.

Note

You can configure the name of the servers.properties file by setting the serverListFile property in the pw\pronto\conf\bppmws.properties file.

Resource not found issues

If the Not found (HTTP error code 404) error message is displayed, perform the following actions:

  • Ensure that the web service request uses the correct calling method. For example, for a web service API that uses the POST method, if you use the GET method, this error is displayed. Also, ensure that the content type is specified correctly in the body of the web service request.
  • On the Child Server, ensure that the routerGatewayHostName property has the router's name as the value in the pw\pronto\conf\bppmws.properties file.
  • On the Central Server Router, ensure that the registeredNGPs property lists the name of the child server in the pw\pronto\conf\servers.properties file.

Note

You can configured the servers.properties file name by setting the serverListFile property in the pw\pronto\conf\bppmws.properties file.

  • If the name of the child server is not registered, restart the child server so that it is registered with the Central Router Server.
  • If the child server is not registered in the router, on the child server, check the value of the bppmwsGatewayProtocol and selfHostBPPMAPIPort properties in the pw\pronto\conf\bppmws.properties file. If the gateway protocol is http, then the port number must be 80, and if the gateway protocol is https, then the port number must be 443.
  • If the BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server is integrated with BMC Atrium SSO, ensure that the child server is configured properly, and verify that the:
    • User names are added to BMC Atrium SSO
    • Default user groups that are part of BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server are created in BMC Atrium SSO
    • Custom groups are also created in BMC Atrium SSO, Central Server, and the child servers
    • Servers are integrated with the same BMC Atrium SSO
  • if the BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server is integrated with BMC Atrium SSO, ensure that the mapping of the BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server user group and BMC Atrium SSO user groups is done . To verify this, open the ldap_ppm_group_mapping file located in the pw\pronto\conf folder and check for the group mapping. If the mapping is not done, this error message is displayed.
  • If the BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server is integrated with BMC Atrium SSO, ensure that the authentication type used in BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server is added as an authentication module in BMC Atrium SSO. This error is displayed if the authentication type is not added to BMC Atrium SSO. For more information about the authentication module, see the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On Administrator's Guide.

Unable to connect to BMC Atrium SSO

It can be because of the incorrect configuration of the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of BMC Atrium SSO on the BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server.

The entry for the FQDN of BMC Atrium SSO is present in the hosts file. On Solaris the hosts file is at /etc and on Microsoft Windows it is at \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\drivers\etc. If the entry for BMC Atrium SSO is incorrect in this file, the authentication fails.

No matching monitor found to create an SLO

If the No matching monitor found (JSON error code BPPM-RWS40029E) error message is displayed when you try to create an SLO, it may be due to the following reasons:

  • There is no matching monitor found with the specified filter identifier for the specified device.
  • Attribute set may not be present for the specified SLO type. To verify this, on the SLO Management console, try creating an SLO. If you cannot create it, try adding an attribute set to the SLO type, and retry creating an SLO.
    For information about creating an SLO on the SLO Management console and adding an attribute set to the SLO type, see Creating an SLO.
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