Data collection problem in the Linux setup
Data won't be collecting in OpManager.
Data scheduler is been stopped as Opmanager unable to get the IP.
Check if the device IP address present in the /etc/hosts file.
If not, add the entry with the device name and restart the application.
Steps to Check the Data Collection Issue
Steps to check the data collection issue :- Generate threadDump using any one of the following url http://opmanager:port/GenerateThreadDump.do http://opmanager:port/servlet/GenerateThreadDump Analyse the threaddump for any BLOCKED threads If there is ...
Performance Data Archiving
Which are the database tables to be queried for performance data? Here are the details that might help you extract reports by connecting to the database: 1. The resources polled for data collection are stored in the table polleddata, and each polled ...
Migrating OpManager from Linux installation to Windows installation
If OpManager is installed on Linux server and wants to move it to a Windows server for some reason, follow the steps below. 1.On the linux installation of OpManager, click About and check what is the build number of OpManager, download the windows ...
Enable SNMP in Servers (windows 10 ,Linux and MAC)
Windows 10 Open the Settings on your Windows machine. Click Apps. Choose Manage optional features under Apps & features. Click Add a feature. Select Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) from the list. This will install the SNMP service in your ...
Monitoring File count in a Folder using Script Monitor ( Linux and Solaris)
OpManager supports different scripts (Powershell , Shell,Perl & VBScript) for adding custom script monitors. Here is a sample shell script for monitoring number of files on a Linux and Solaris servers. For Linux server : Script Body: #!/bin/bash ...