smconfigtest:ERROR: /etc/opensm/opensm.conf has been modified. Please configure the SM using the /SYS/Fabric_Mgmt CLI.
(Doc ID 2014422.1)
Last updated on JUNE 15, 2018
Applies to:Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 - Version All Versions and later
Sun Network QDR InfiniBand Gateway Switch - Version All Versions and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
smconfigtest is an IB switch command used to verify OpenSM configurations in /etc/opensm/opensm.conf.
smconfigtest reports errors when it detects invalid configuration in /etc/opensm/opensm.conf or when /etc/opensm/opensm.conf has been manually edited, for example via the vi command.
Oracle strictly does not recommend customers to manually edit /etc/opensm/opensm.conf at all. The recommended way to adjust OpenSM settings is only via IB switch commands (see below).
However, /etc/opensm/opensm.conf, being a file and just like any other files, can be manually edited by any privileged user, such as the root-user, either wittingly or unwittingly; accidents or typos can occur.
For some well-known parameters, if smconfigtest detects a parameter value beyond its legal ranges, then it can print out a more specific error.
An example of setting log_max_size to 8 yields:
/etc/opensm/opensm.conf is being manually edited by any privileged user, such as the root-user, either wittingly or unwittingly; accidents or typos can occur.
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