04-18-2012 06:24 AM
Tenant information of a particular node(from Remote management server) in GNM is showing as "Default Tenant" instead the tenant name.
I have verified with Uuid of GNM and RNM, but still it takes the object in "Default group". Help me to sort out of this..
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04-18-2012 10:22 PM
Probably when you seeded the node you did not specify the Initial Discovery Tenant. Delete the node from the seed and from topology then read it with the proper Initial Discovery Tenant. Hope this helps.
04-19-2012 03:40 AM
You are correct!
I tried with the below command
nnmloadseeds.ovpl -t MyNewstCustomer -n 10.10.10.10
in RNM -> It considers the nodes to the mentioned tenant name and security group.
But in GNM -> still it shows as in default tenant and default security group.
(Where i have already created tenants on both with same Uuid)
is there any keyword for security group while adding nodes same like tenants. ? wondering why the synchronization is not happening.
04-23-2012 07:19 AM - edited 04-23-2012 07:21 AM
Thanks friend! But still no go. Its lacking some where.. :( :(. It shows as default tenant. some times tenant coloumn itself not appears / available on GNM.
04-23-2012 11:25 PM
If the tenant is not appearing, then that is a UI issue. What version of the browser are you using? It might that you are using Firefox 8 or 10? NNMi support 3.6 or IE 8 did you test that out. This may solve the display problem but you may still have the first issue that need to be fixed, I think it is a defect.
Hope this helps.
04-24-2012 10:45 PM
Yes, It was UI problem, I installed IE8 and it is running fine.
for GNM, i have got below messages in system information -> Global Network Management
Subscribed Global Managers
'a1c77f73-58d8-452e-9a61-e26314062923' has 6,925 queued messages
'579603bb-901c-42da-a257-15a6f9183b47' has 55,868 queued messages
Now this turned to warning message. I also checked ovstatus. I have found no 'nmsdbmgr' service is running. which is using Oracle DB. i tried with
1. ovstart -d -v nmsdbmgr ->
# ovstart -d -v nmsdbmgr
** Debug flag ('-d') was specified. Expect additional output. **
ovstart: connected to ovspmd on attempt 1
ovstart: sent START request to ovspmd
ovspmd: Object manager nmsdbmgr is not registered. See ovaddobj(1m).
ovspmd: Attempt to start HP OpenView services is complete.
ovstart: EOF from ovspmd, exiting
2. i tried ./nmsdbmgr -start
Cannot find user ID number for 'nmsdbmgr'.
The password file doesn't contain it, or is protected,
or other error.
3.i tried ./initnmsdb.ovpl
chown: `nmsdbmgr:nmsdb': invalid user
i could not trace it.
04-25-2012 12:19 AM
First of all, if you have Oracle as DB not the embedded Postgres, then nmsdbmgr is not running as it is a front end to start and stop the embedded Postgres DB.
If you do have Postgres configured, then you must have the corresponding user and group defined in /etc/passwd respectively /etc/group.
I assume you have Oracle configured since nmsdmgr is missing from your passwd file.
If you want to remove stale GNM subscription then please folow this document: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/
Hope this helps
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