05-02-2018 04:13 PM
05-02-2018 04:13 PM
I have configured the Update Management solution in my OMS workspace. Everything seems to be working fine for most, but not all VMs I manage.
When I navigate to the Automation Account > Update Management pane in the Azure portal, the VMs with issues show the following (seemingly conflicted) parameters:
Compliance: Compliant (with green checkmark)
Update Agent Readiness: Not configured
I have checked the Application and Services Logs\Operations Manager Event Logs on the VM, and found 4502 errors but not referencing 'HybridAgent' as the Microsoft technical documentation instructs. No Windows or network based firewalls are blocking the path outbound over port 443, and we receive consistent heartbeats in OMS from the machine.
Thank you in advance!
05-02-2018 10:27 PM
05-02-2018 10:27 PMSolution
08-27-2019 12:44 AM - edited 08-27-2019 04:43 AM
even if the topic is a little bit older, I have a very similar problem:
When looking at the automation account in the blade "hybrid worker groups" there are not groups in "system hybrid worker groups".
I know that this has been working earlier: Every time i installed the oms agent and configured it a system hybrid worker group was generated. (non azure machines)
Because of a misspelled automation account i deleted it and created a new one.
After this i reinstalled all the OMS agents and connected the machines again to the workspace.
The machines appear in the inventory and in the update update management, but they are marked as "not configured". I think this is because of the missing hybrid worker groups".
What can i do to make this work again as expected? (New OMS agent installation should result in a new worker group automatically).
I already tried the steps mentioned above (cleaning cache, deleting regkey if present,..) and also tried reinstalling the whole agent including restarts of the machine .
Thank you very much in advance.
edit: i created for testing purposes a new automation account with new ressource group and new log analytics workspace. Then i installed an agent to a machine and everything was okay. (Also a system hybrid worker group was created autoamtically for this machine).
What could be wrong in my first environment? :\
08-30-2019 08:07 AM
Hi@PatrickF11 Unfortunately the only thing I could think of is those registry keys but you have cleaned them already. Another thing you can do is check in the logs if there is some hint what is going on. You can check Operations Manager even log. Best is to stop the agent, clear the cache, start it and see what is being generated as warnings and errors. Other thing you can check is Operations table (I think that was the name) if there are any records there. Sometimes for some problems with the agent or specific solution data is written in that table to show what is the problem.
I hope this will help you!
08-30-2019 09:26 AM
@Stanislav Zhelyazkov Thank you for your answer.
Luckily things were resolved by themselves about 48h after my posting.