02-02-2010 01:04 PM
The only thing I can think of is to execute an 'ovstatus -v ovjboss' command redirected to a file and monitor the logfile for 'not running.'
02-03-2010 03:45 AM
There are many ways for this. For the easiest one, schedule the following single-line command to send an opcmsg when a process is not started. Last, you must define an OMI policy to intercept this message.
ovstatus -v ovjboss |find "Service"|find /i /v "Service is started" && IF %ERRORLEVEL% == 0 opcmsg a=HPNNM o=Process s=critical msg_text="at least one NNM process not running"
02-03-2010 03:51 AM
Schedule the command on NNM server:
ovstatus -v ovjboss > c:\temp\nnm.txt
Create a logfile policy to view c:\temp\nnm.txt to match the pattern:
Policy should "Read from the beginning(always)". Then define the correlation as your wish.
01-28-2014 10:52 AM
What do you do if the services just don't show up at all? Sending the ovstatus -v ovjboss > c:\ovjbossresults.txt will be useless ... right now my ovjboss is only displaying 5 services, and NNMi is absolutely useless ... I've tried everything to get the full list of services back but to no avail.