At one of my customers they had a problem deploying SCOM agents through a script on Linux servers. They had a number of Red Hat 6 servers and all went well. On the Red Hat 7 servers however the agent refused to install. Also through a push of the agent through the console. It seemed to stop around the file copy stage where the rpm file gets copied to the server and next run for installation.
It turned out to be a feature called “root squash” causing the issue. What it does is lock rights on NFS shared volumes, so root can not simply access or run commands from any directory. For instance the /home parts. When they turned off this feature the agent installed immediately.
Just writing this down because I am sure I will run into this again somewhere.
Happy agent deployment!
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