Linux users wanting to use the NetApp onCommand tool on 64bits are granted with the fact that it is not possible to do so.
Since it is a java application, here is a simple workaround that worked for me (opensuse 12.1 64bits – sun’s java).
– Download the linux rpm package.
– Install rpmrebuild
– Launch the following command:
[sourcecode language=’bash’]rpmrebuild -e -p sysmgr-setup-2-0R1-linux.rpm[/sourcecode]
– Edit around l.3726, comment out the line that says exit, something like:
echo “ERROR: NetApp OnCommand System Manager 2.0 is not supported on 64-bit Linux”
echo “OVERRIDING !!”
– Continue and install the rpm.
Go to /opt/NetApp/on_command_system_manager_2.0. If running KDE, start typing ‘netapp’ in your krunner. You should also find it in your menu.
or launch: [sourcecode language=’bash’]java -jar SystemManager.jar[/sourcecode]