02-06-2008 05:05 AM
How NNM resolved new DNS name if any change in the DNS records, how its updated in NNM.
example my old node name was router1.abc.com and DNS record updated with core-router.abc.com the new name needs to be updated in NNM but how ??
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02-06-2008 05:14 AM
netmon changes the selection name of the object during configuration poll. if you keep configuration check enabled in #xnmpolling, netmon updates this immediatelly. make a simple test: change the FQDN of some IP in /etc/hosts and now run #nmdemandpoll
02-06-2008 05:41 AM
NNM is configured to continually check the device configuration, during configuration check interval NNM will try to resolve node name, therefore it will resolve the node name form DNS or hosts file. and then make any update or changes.
you may prevent this behavior by using "ipNoLookup.conf"
02-06-2008 07:11 PM
If you have updated the DNS, in particular the PTR records required for reverse name resolution, then try the following sequence of commands:
02-06-2008 11:45 PM
Thanks a lot its work...
actually i tried nmdemandpoll command before but i had use ip instead of FQDN .. any ways thanks a lot for the support.
06-20-2012 12:23 AM
i am using NNM 9.10 Patch3 .
In my server nnmdemandpoll.ovpl command is not found.
what is the use of this command and why it is not there in my system?
Can anyone give me a solution ....
Thanks in Advance
06-20-2012 12:32 AM
In NNM 9.10 you can use nnmstatuspoll.ovpl
The nnmstatuspoll.ovpl script enables you to dynamically poll a device that is being monitored. This results in a refresh of key collected state values. When all of the information for the state demand poll has
been collected and displayed, the nnmstatuspoll.ovpl script informs you that the task that you requested is complete.