Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux Patches / Updates

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Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux Overview

Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux is a Hewlett-Packard Enterprise solution that protects mission-critical applications from a wide variety of hardware and software failures by providing Serviceguard cluster arbitration service when a cluster partition is discovered. Quorum Server runs on a Linux system outside of the cluster for which it is providing quorum services. Quorum Server running on Linux can serve a Serviceguard for Linux cluster, HP-UX Serviceguard cluster, or a combination of clusters of both types.

Please see the Serviceguard for Linux product home page for more information.

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token as password


This repository contains all the latest Patches / Updates for HPE Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux



Access to Serviceguard Quorum Server Patches / Updates


An active HPE Passport account is required to access HPE Serviceguard Quorum Server product updates. The email associated with the HPE Passport account must be supplied as the username, and a user-generated token must be supplied as the https password to access this repository. If you have a valid HPE Passport account, login with your HPE Passport credentials and generate your token here. Once you have a valid token, you may access the HPE Serviceguard Quorum Server repository with your web browser (or yum, or zypper) using the following https URL syntax:

    https://EMAIL:TOKEN@update1.linux.hpe.com/SDR/repo/sglx-qs


Components available in repository

Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux Patches / Updates A.12.10.00 and above consists of the following components listed below.

Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux



    Documentation and Support Information


Serviceguard for Linux product home page
HPE Serviceguard on Linux Certification Matrix
HPE Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux Release Notes



Subscribe your system to the sglx-qs repository


Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Copy-n-paste the following section (substituting distribution and project version) into /etc/yum.repos.d/sglx-qs.repo on your system:


[sglx-qs]
name=Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux Patches / Updates
baseurl=https://EMAIL:TOKEN@update1.linux.hpe.com/SDR/repo/sglx-qs/rhel/dist_ver/x86_64/sg_ver
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY1-Serviceguard
       file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY2-Serviceguard


Where:

	EMAIL         Email for HPE Passport account; must be URL encoded (e.g., SysAdmin%40some-company.com) (see note below)
        TOKEN         Generated here			
        dist_ver      6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7, 6.8, 6.9, 6.10, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.7, 8.1
        sg_ver        current, 12.50.00, 12.40.00, 12.30.10, 12.10.00 
        

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Copy-n-paste the following section (substituting distribution and project version) into /etc/zypp/repos.d/sglx-qs.repo on your system:


[sglx-qs]
name=Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux Patches / Updates
baseurl=https://EMAIL:TOKEN@update1.linux.hpe.com/SDR/repo/sglx-qs/suse/dist_ver/x86_64/sg_ver
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY1-Serviceguard
       file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY2-Serviceguard


Where:

	EMAIL         Email for HPE Passport account; must be URL encoded (e.g., SysAdmin%40some-company.com) (see note below)
        TOKEN         Generated here	
        dist_ver      SLES11-SP2, SLES11-SP3, SLES11-SP4, SLES12, SLES12-SP1, SLES12-SP2, SLES12-SP3, SLES12-SP4, SLES15-SP0, SLES15-SP1
        sg_ver        current, 12.50.00, 12.40.00, 12.30.10, 12.10.00 		
        


Oracle Linux with UEK

Copy-n-paste the following section (substituting distribution and project version) into /etc/yum.repos.d/sglx-qs.repo on your system:


[sglx-qs]
name=Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux Patches / Updates
baseurl=https://EMAIL:TOKEN@update1.linux.hpe.com/SDR/repo/sglx-qs/OracleLinux/dist_ver/x86_64/sg_ver
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY1-Serviceguard
       file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY2-Serviceguard


Where:

	EMAIL         Email for HPE Passport account; must be URL encoded (e.g., SysAdmin%40some-company.com) (see note below)
        TOKEN         Generated here			
        dist_ver      7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.7
        sg_ver        current, 12.50.00, 12.40.00
        

Import the GPG Key

Copy the GPG-KEY1-Serviceguard and GPG-KEY2-Serviceguard keys to /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/ and then import the keys with the following command:
rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY1-Serviceguard and rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GPG-KEY2-Serviceguard


Installing/Updating Serviceguard Quorum Server for Linux packages


List the packages in the repository

# yum --disablerepo="*" --enablerepo="sglx-qs" list available
or
# zypper search -s --repo sglx-qs


Install a Serviceguard Quorum Server package

# yum install serviceguard-qs
or
# zypper install serviceguard-qs


Update a Serviceguard Quorum Server package

# yum update serviceguard-qs
or
# zypper update serviceguard-qs


URL Encoded Emails

In order for the yum and zypper to pass the correct email address to the authentication protocols on the Software Delivery Repository, email addresses in the *.repo files must be URL encoded. For most email addresses, changing the "@" to "%40" is sufficient. For instance, "john.smith@company.com" would be entered as "john.smith%40company.com" in the *.repo file. You may use the URL encoded values from the list below or use an online tool like URL Decode and Encode to help encode your email address.

    @ = %40      & = %26      / = %2F      ` = %60      space = %20
    ! = %21      ' = %27      = = %3D      { = %7B      , = %2C
    # = %23      * = %2A      ? = %3F      | = %7C      . = .
    $ = %24      + = %2B      ^ = %5E      } = %7D
    % = %25      - = -        _ = _        ~ = ~
  

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