The following sections provide solution to the problems you might encounter while using the Orchestration Console:
The Server Console Displays Incorrect CPU Speed for SLES 11 SP1 Resources
This command forces the CPU to reach its maximum speed, so you should see the correct value displayed in /proc/cpuinfo and the Development Client should also display the correct speed. After you run this command, you can set the powersave mode to a normal state with either of the following commands:
When the powersave mode is set to a normal state, /proc/cpuinfo retains the accurate value for the current CPU speed.
HINT:To see the contents of /proc/cpuinfo, run the cat /proc/cpuinfo command at the bash prompt of your SLES server.
After Installing the Orchestration Agent on VM, the VM is Not Displayed as a Resource in the Orchestration Console
Ensure that the Orchestration Agent is running on the VM.
Ensure that no errors have been logged into the agent.log file.
The log file is located in the <Orchestration_Agent_installation_directory>\novell\zos\agent\node.default directory on Windows and in the /opt/novell/zos/agent/node.default directory on Linux.
Ensure that the Orchestration Server is registered to the DNS server.