• Script for creating nodes in OMW

    Copy and paste the script below as createNodes.vbs If Wscript.Arguments.Count < 1 Then ‘Check that you spacified the nodes filename wscript.echo “Usage cscript createNodes.vbs “”filename”” ” wscript.echo “Ex:” wscript.echo “cscript createNodes.vbs “”c:nodelist.txt”””ElseSet args = WScript.Argumentsarg1 = WScript.Arguments.Item(0) Set CSVoFS = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”)nodesFile = arg1 Set file = CSVoFS.GetFile(nodesFile) Set line = file.OpenAsTextStream(1,TristateUseDefault)Do While line.AtEndOfStream <> True… Read More »

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  • Monitor Unix processes in HP OM

    Monitor the processes by several ways. 1-Log File MonitorConfigure the policy with pre-processing enabled to execute your script that direct the output to a text file and based on pattern matching rules, fetch the number of the processes. 2-Threshold Monitoring PolicyWhere you have to create Measurement Threshold monitoring to launch a script and send the… Read More »

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  • Check OM Oracle DB Status

      To check the database:#su – oracleVerify that ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID are set correctly. Check status by command tnsping:$tnsping ov_net Check status by SQL query: $ORACLE_HOME/bin/sqlplus /nologSQL> connect / as sysdbaSQL> 1: set lines110 2: col strtd hea ‘STARTED’ 3: col instance_name for a8 hea ‘INSTANCE’ 4: col host_name for a15 hea ‘HOSTNAME’ 5: col… Read More »

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  • Tips: Enable NNMi integration with OMW

    Draft Article I found very strange trick where sometimes the integration is not working ang keep giving you error access your OMW server. The trick is to either: Add the OMW server in the trusted zone in the internet explorer settings.  OR Disable Internet Explorer Security Configuration. Tested 16th August 2010 By the way: I… Read More »

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  • How to use the Virtual Infrastructure Client to connect to VMware Server 2.0

    fist of all, if you like the Web interface of VMware Virtual Server so do not read the rest of the article. I like the windows native interfaces to manage anything so the native interface in VMware is called Virtual Infrastructure Client you will find it under Driveletter:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Server\hostddoc\rootclient there is VMware-viclient.exe you can… Read More »

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