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"isdct show -intelssd" under centos7 complains "Error: Invalid or corrupted configuration file: /usr/bin/isdct_config.xml"

idata
Employee
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wasn't able to find examples of isdct_config.xml on the web either.

isdct is 3.0.2.400-17.x86_64

Appreciate any help.

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idata
Employee
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Hello Anotherjasonz,

CentOS* is not on the list of supported Linux* distributions for the Intel® SSD Data Center Tool.

However, in order to provide the best support possible we will download the latest release of CentOS* and test it in our lab. We will let you know how this turns out.

Additionally, we'll like to have some more information:

- What is the model of the Intel® Solid State Drive(s) you're working with?

- Do you get errors when you run any other commands?

Best regards.

idata
Employee
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Thanks, Charlie. AFAIK, CentOS7 is functionally equivalent to RHEL7.

The SSDs are S3710 & S3610.

I don't see other errors running commands like smartctl.

Thanks,

Jason

idata
Employee
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Hello Anotherjasonz,

We tested the Intel® SSD Data Center Tool with CentOS* 7 in our lab yesterday, but were unable to reproduce your issue.

Our recommendation in this case would be to remove ISDCT*, https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26221/Intel-SSD-Data-Center-Tool download a fresh copy and reinstall.

Please let us know whether this resolves your issue.

Best regards.

idata
Employee
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Hi Charlie,

Thanks for helping out.

Just realized that the tool may need root privilege and I was running it as a regular user. Just tried sudo, and that worked.

Thanks!

idata
Employee
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anotherjasonz,

That's correct, the tool does need to run with root privileges. Both sudo and su can be used.

We're glad we were able to help.

Best regards.

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