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vu1988
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NNM-OM integration

Hi Experts,

 

              We have NNMi 9.20 in windows 2008 server and OMW 9 in windows 2008 server .

We have agent based integration between NNM to OMW and oMW is integrated to SM 9.20 .We need to schedule the integration between 9AM to 6 PM .

We need to monitor all nnm nodes by  24/7 and we need NNMi tickets only between 9AM to 6 PM. Currently we are doing it manually by unchecking enable-integration option in NNMi console .

 

Can we do it automatically ?PLZ suggest

 

thanks.

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Carlos_Pinto
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Registered: ‎06-01-2012
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Re: NNM-OM integration

Hello,

 

Related with the question:

 

"We need to monitor all nnm nodes by  24/7 and we need NNMi tickets only between 9AM to 6 PM. Currently we are doing it manually by unchecking enable-integration option in NNMi console ."

 

In the OMW online help its mentioned the :

 

 
HP Operations Manager

 

Schedule an outage for a node

A scheduled outage is planned to happen and recurs at regular intervals for maintenance. You can define a scheduled node outage using two scheduled task policiesA set of one or more specifications and/or rules that helps automate network and service administration, and provide consistent, automated administration across a network.:

  • The first scheduled task policy defines the following:

    • Start date and time

    • Managed node, external node, or node group to put into scheduled outage

    • Whether to delete or acknowledge messages during outage

    • Whether to enable or disable heartbeat polling during outage

  • The second scheduled task policy defines the following:

    • End date and time

    • Managed node, external node, or node group to move out of scheduled outage

Both policies use the ovownodeutil command line tool.

To schedule an outage for a managed node, external node, or node group

  1. Create a scheduled task policy.

  2. In the Task tab, choose Command as task type.

  3. Select the %OvBinDir%\ovownodeutil.cmd command line tool with the following options:

    • Managed nodes or node groups:

      -outage_node Sets the outage state for the node. -node_name <node_name> or -node_id <node id> The primary name or the ID of the node to move into scheduled outage mode. -group_path <hierarchy path> or -group_id <group id> The hierarchical path or the ID of the node group to move into scheduled outage mode. -scheduled Sets the scheduled outage state. -on Enables the outage state for the node or node group. -delete_msgs Specifies that messages from the node are deleted during the scheduled outage. -disable_heartbeat Specifies heartbeat polling to be switched off during the scheduled outage.
    • External nodes or node groups:

      -outage_exnode Sets the outage state for the external node or node group. -exnode_path <external node hierarchical path> or -exnode_id <node id> The hierarchical path or the ID of the external node to move into scheduled outage. -group_path <hierarchy path> or -group_id <group id> The hierarchical path or the ID of the node group to move into scheduled outage mode. -scheduled Sets the scheduled outage state. -on Enables the outage state for the external node or node group. -delete_msgs Specifies that messages from the external node are deleted during the scheduled outage.
  4. In the Schedule tab, specify the start date and time for the outage.

  5. Save the policy.

  6. Create a second scheduled task policy.

  7. In the Task tab, choose Command as task type.

  8. Select the %OvBinDir%\ovownodeutil.cmd command line tool with the following options:

    • Managed nodes or node groups:

      -outage_node Sets the outage state for the node or node group. -node_name <node_name> or -node_id <node id> The primary name or the ID of the node to move out of scheduled outage mode. -group_path <hierarchy path> or -group_id <group id> The hierarchical path or the ID of the node group to move out of scheduled outage mode. -scheduled Sets the scheduled outage state. -off Disables the outage state for the node or node group.
    • External nodes or node groups:

      -outage_exnode Sets the outage state for the external node or node group. -exnode_path <external node hierarchical path> or -exnode_id <node id> The hierarchical path or the ID of the external node to move out of scheduled outage mode. -group_path <hierarchy path> or -group_id <group id> The hierarchical path or the ID of the node group to move out of scheduled outage mode. -scheduled Sets the scheduled outage state. -off Disables the outage state for the external node or node group.
  9. In the Schedule tab, specify the end date and time for the outage.

  10. Save the policy.

  11. Deploy both policies to the management server node.

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Hope this information helps.

 

 

Thanks and Regards,

Carlos Pinto

 

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vu1988
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Registered: ‎08-17-2013
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Re: NNM-OM integration

Hi ,

 

         Thanks for the response . In OMW we need to monitor NNM server as managed Node by 24/7 . We just need to avoid the incidents by Network devices managed by NNM server . And we dont need to acknowledge or delete incidents of NNM managed devices. It should not be altered .

 

Is it possible to put NNM extrenal node in OMW for outage between 6PM to 9AM, and kepping incidents in NNM console as its original state  ?

 

When i select for outage for any node it will give option like "delete/Acknowledge " for alerts .

If i select any option, status of NNM incidents in NNM console  will be changed ?

 

 

Thanks

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Carlos_Pinto
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Registered: ‎06-01-2012
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Re: NNM-OM integration

Hello,

  

Please refer to the online help and verify if the available option will help on your objectives you can test and verify I this is what you wish to achieve.

 

There it mentions:

 

Is it possible to put NNM external node in OMW for outage between 6PM to 9AM, and keeping incidents in NNM console as its original state  ?

 

>>> The available option are in the online document "Configure outage information for external nodes" and " Configure outage information for external nodes"

 

The options are per provided documentation:

 

The Outage tab displays the following information:

 

"Displays the outage status of the selected external node. This status will be "UNPLANNED", "SCHEDULED", or "OFF".

 

Unplanned Outage Configuration:

 

Displays the action that should be taken for Incoming Messages During Outage. Messages can be either deleted or acknowledged.

 

Scheduled Outage Configuration:

 

Displays the action that should be taken for Incoming Messages During Outage. Messages can be either deleted or acknowledged."

 

Please also refer to the related topics for further help and only by testing you can if this solution will help.

 

 

Hope this information helps.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Carlos Pinto

 

HP Support

 

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