Dell OpenManage System Administration (OMSA) tools makes it easy to see server health, storage management, hardware health checks etc on DELL Servers from anywhere.
If you’re running RHEL5, CentOS, Scientific Linux, RHEL4+yum, SLES+yum, you can easily install DELL OpenManage System Administration Tool (OMSA) from DELL Official yum repository. Read this link for more information Dell Hardware Repo latest.
Set up this repository:
wget -q -O - http://linux.dell.com/repo/hardware/latest/bootstrap.cgi | bash
Install OpenManage Server Administrator
yum install srvadmin-all
Once the installation is over, OpenManage services can be start using following command.
Then access the OpenManage via browser at
NOTE: OMSA will not install on unsupported systems. If you receive a message at install that the system is not supported, it is likely that your system is not supported, and the install will fail. This is most common on SC-class systems, as OMSA is completely unsupported on these systems.
To enable port 1311 you can add the following rules to /etc/sysconfig/iptables on Redhat based systems.
-A RH-Firewall-1-INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp --dport 1311 -j ACCEPT
Save the file and restart iptables
#service iptables restart
You can also find direct links to DELL support on OMSA interface.
I used the same instructions to install OMSA on Citrix XenServer which is based on CentOS recently.
Dell OpenManage Server Administrator Version 6.1 documentation