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Nov 7, 2010

George

Hi,

I am getting requests from customer to provide them with exactly what is monitored by OVO on their Windows nodes.

Past OVO Administrators had set up opsmgs policies which I am unable to determine which nodes are using them. Can you please provide me with a way to obtain this info?

Thanks in advance

Mohamed AbdelMoneim:

you can use the command "ovdeploy" from the management server against a certain node to find out the deployed templates.

it could be like this' #ovdeploy -cmd "opctemplate -list" -host <node name>

George :

Hi, ovopolicy -list -host <hostnme> gets the polciy of the speciifed hostname from the OVO server. ovodeploy get the same policy from the agent on the manager server. My problem is the following: ovoplicy -list <hostname> returns the following policies:

{opcmsg,hbm-send,applevlog,dnseventlog,cpu_til,default2000....)

opcmsg has the following policies: {hbm match msh, general autoticket open, general autoticket updatem sql set...}

How do I determine which hosts uses which policy from opcmsg, since opcmsg is targeting all windows servers?

Thanks/George

Mohamed AbdelMoneim :

did you try to view the templates assignment from HPOM Motif interface, from Template Group menu

George:

Hi,

Yes I tried looking in the motif. I simply dispalys me the policy, it does not tell me if a specific computer is using it.

Brent Simpson:

Hi George,

You can display the contents of the data files on the windows servers:

/opt/OV/bin/ovdeploy -cmd "type c:\\PROGRA~1\\HPOPEN~1\data\\datafiles\\policies\\le\\*data" -host <TargetHost>

/opt/OV/bin/ovdeploy -cmd "type c:\\PROGRA~1\\HPOPEN~1\data\\datafiles\\policies\\monitor\\*data" -host <TargetHost>

/opt/OV/bin/ovdeploy -cmd "type c:\\PROGRA~1\\HPOPEN~1\data\\datafiles\\policies\\msgi\\*data" -host <TargetHost>

/opt/OV/bin/ovdeploy -cmd "type c:\\PROGRA~1\\HPOPEN~1\data\\datafiles\\policies\\sched\\*data" -host <TargetHost>

Marco Santerre:

I will help and try to clarify what the question is here. Of all the policies applied to HP OM managed nodes, there is one for opcmsg, and it has about 30 conditions, but those conditions are not specifying which managed nodes it pertains to.

Because my colleague is doing a migration from HP OM to SCOM, he's looking for a quick way to identify which opcmsg condition would be relevant to which managed node.

I doubt this is possible, but maybe someone who has gone through a similar migration process can enlighten us.



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