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|HPE Software Products: Network Management / (OpenView-NNM) Support and News Forum|
Hi, we have NPS installed and the dbproxy***.log files are getting huge, they grow approx 4 -5 GB per day.
How can I fix this?
In NNM 7.5, we have a tools xnmgraph to plot a graph with Collected data.
Can I do a same thing on the NNMi 10? We want to analysis the data from custom polling.
Good day, Whether is it possible to uninstall the existing patch/installed Hotfix from NNMi?
Many of the interface are showing no status - but for the same node i can see some polled status for other interfaces
Why are there status of the interface not getting polled?
We have NNMi 10.20, iSPI Performance for Metrics 10.20, both on standalone Windows Standard R2 x64. We executed 'nnmenableperfspi.ovpl' script on NNMi, which executed succesfully. Thereafter, we installed iSPI Performance for Metrics and now facing an error while executing 'Configuration Utility' in NPS. It does shows succes, but with an error.
I have updloaded error snapshot.
It is to be noted that, we can access shared drive 'perfspi' of NNMi from NPS. However, any "Component', 'Interface' files are moving from 'Metrics->Final' folder to iSPI, thereby no data in iSPI.
i am in the need of import a CA certificate to NNMi application. i do not know how to import the certificate that retrived from CA admin using keytool. Thank You!
I face a problem that not all the interfaces shown at the interface tab, for example the configuration poll log show that the system have 150 but on the interface tab shows only 120.
I notice that the xe interfaces when it down it appear xe-x/x/x but when it up it will disappear and show xe-x/x/x.x instead
I need to put together an audit that will require extracting all custom poller collections and policies details from NNM and comparing them to what is configured on network devices.
Looking at reference pages under Documentation Library I don't see any commands, etc. that I can use as a starting point.
Has anybody found a way to extract this information from NNM ?
Running 10.20 on Linux. There is a layer 2 connection between two switches that has been removed. The nodes show the interfaces down and I can't clear the connection out of the interfaces on each switch to bring the nodes back to normal status. I've tried shutting down the interfaces and running configuration polls. We don't have any forced polling setup so I'm not sure why the connection won't clear.
I need your support, since I need to know in which log I can observe the changes made to the configuration of incidents, this version 9.20
I have been implementing the NNMi 10.10 on a RHEL box for one of the client and they have the following LDAP[Windows AD] configuration done as given below..
Example : baseCtxDN =OU=some Users,OU=Domain Users
Kindly help at the earliest as the customer is in an urgent need of it.
Thanks and Regards
I am not getting the VM Alerts (VM MIB & Notification are loaded)
From the NNMi Dump the OID seems to be .126.96.36.199.4.1.68188.8.131.52.203 & in the notification configuration it is 184.108.40.206.4.1.68220.127.116.11.203
How do I get the VMWare alert to showup on the console?
Enterprise OID: .18.104.22.168.4.1.6876.4.3
We have HP OMU 8.x on top of NNM 7.5x where OMU is acting as a MOM server, it receives the SNMP traps from various sources. Is there any way that we can change the SNMP listener port, so we can freeup port 161/162.
We don't want to stop NNM. Is there any way that we can use 2 different SNMP listener in the same server.
Thanks in advance
We received some Kernels traps from Cisco Nexus 7ks that registered as Major alarms in NNM. Their were no cooresponding reset alarms to close the registered lifecycle of the alarm however the Node Status remains as normal.
Is their a config setting to adjust the node status on Major alarms.
Thanks - John
IBM StoreWize is configured to forward Syslog to NNMi.
Has anyone configured IBM Storage in Syslog Message Configuration in NNMi?
Any information of this will be helpful...
I tried installing NPS 10.20 on windows 2012, fresh installation.
But this failed with multiple finalize action warnings.
Can anyone suggest if NPS 10.20 s supported on 2012 windows as I am not able to see any documents for this.
Finalize action failed for multiple components.
Hanumant D. Madane
Hello, trying here before opening a ticket.
We have an ASR9001 with a bunch of IP SLA UDP Probes that aren't coming up monitored. In NNMi they show as Status Unknown, Administrative State Active, Operational State Unknown.
I can't seem to find what OID NNMi & QA are using to find the Operational Status but have confirmed that rttMonCtrlAdminStatus in RTTMON is active for the probes.
Are IP SLA on ASR9001 unsupported? Is there something I am missing?
Running NNMi 10.02 on Linux, ASR9001 running IOS-XR 5.1.3 using ciscoASR9001 device profile.
do I need to patch 10.0 prior to upgrading to 10.20 or can I go straight to the upgrade path.
I've started receiving the following error from the NPS ASE DB server. I noticed this during a failed backup.
Msg 840, Level 17, State 2:
Is there a way to fix this or should I start from scratch?
I have a large network that is using NNMi to monitor. I am using SNMPv3, which has been verified to be configured standard across all devices (Switches, Routers, VM's, etc..). Only about half of these devices show up with status in NNMi, the rest show up no status/no SNMP agent, or failed SNMP agents. The devices configurations are correct, and have been tested thoroughly. Their appears to be a problem on the NNMi server in communicating with nodes via SNMP.
Specifically, the following tests have been performed:
Additionally, running nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl on the first switch is successful. On the second, SNMP authentication failure occurs.
A packet capture was also performed from the NNMi server on traffic when spoof-traps are sent to the server. The second switch traffic in wireshark shows as having malformed SNMP packets. This is a known bug with wireshark when SNMP authentication fails. Additionally, on the third packet of the SNMP get-request, when authentication info is sent, the packet shows the authentication not matching.
To reiterate, the SNMP configurations and credentials on both of these switches are exactly the same, and have been removed, replaced, and verified a multitude of times. This exact issue is replicated across my network, on many different devices. Multiple devices of the same model will have differing results in communicating with NNMi via SNMP.
Additionally, these nodes that show 'no status' are unable to be polled in any way, saying there is no polling policy found for them, even though they are in the same device groups as their identical-model nodes that communicate fine.