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11/12/2013

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Sayaji

Hi,
I tried changing the /etc/redhat-release file on my centos machine. But Vipr still complains that the machine is not compatible. Did you change anything else to make it look like redhat.

jim

Hi Sayaji,
Editing the /etc/redhat-release file has worked for me. I have used this:

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.3 (Santiago)

while using CentOs 6.4.
When I tried to change the /etc/redhat-release to 6.4 it threw errors so I've stuck with 6.3. This should be OK as it's just a version check and doesn't have and impact on functionality. Note that doing this isn't supported by EMC but has worked for me in the lab.

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