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Re: Searching For & Deleting and Object

1999-01-08 17:38:10
Subject: Re: Searching For & Deleting and Object
From: Vince Rosso <Vince_Rosso AT TRANSALTA DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 1999 15:38:10 -0700
Vince [email protected]
08/01/99 03:38 PM

I looked at all the submaps for the node and they all show the current
object id.   Are you suggesting that I should delete all these references.
Does that mean I should delete the node and all these references and then
re-add the node.   Appreciate the help.

vince





Vince, do Locate --> Submap. Depending on how many nodes you have on
your map this could take a LONG time. On the resulting screen enter
"nodename" in the Find Submap blank and hit return/enter. Select the
node and click Delete. I had to do this recently for the same reason.

Blaine Owens
Eastman Chemical Company
Email - bowens AT eastman DOT com
Phone - (423)229-3579
Fax     - (423)229-1188

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vince Rosso [SMTP:Vince_Rosso AT TRANSALTA DOT COM]
> Sent: Friday, January 08, 1999 1:05 PM
> To:   NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu
> Subject:      Searching For & Deleting and Object
>
> Vince [email protected]
> 08/01/99 11:04 AM
>
> We are running Netview 4.1 on a Digital Unix platform.  After running
> "ovtopofix -a " the log that is printed shows a couple of nodes with
> the
> message as follows:
> "nodename (20540) - - removed from topology, still in 1 maps"
> "nodename (20540) - - Please delete object from all maps"
> "Updating nodename (objid = 20539)"
>
> After running ovobjprint, ovtopodump and ovmapdump the results all
> show the
> new objid of 20539, but I can't find any reference to the objid 20540.
> Is
> there any way to search by object ID rather than host name.   Is there
> some
> other means to delete references to the old object id.  Thanks!