Data collection problem in the Linux setup

Data collection problem in the Linux setup

Issue:

Data won't be collecting in OpManager.

Cause:

Data scheduler is been stopped as Opmanager unable to get the IP.

Fix:

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.



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