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Re: SDK for AIX

1999-06-02 12:03:23
Subject: Re: SDK for AIX
From: Leslie Clark <lclark AT US.IBM DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 12:03:23 -0400
Well, I'm out of my depth here, but in the absence of other answers I
will say this:

1)When you search the internet with the the words snmp or snmpwalk,
you get lots and lots of hits. Some of them are bound to lead to developers'
kits for instrumenting applications.

2)You might consider making your application Tivoli-ready. Aside from
the Netview component, the Tivoli architecture is not snmp-based. But
they have a protocol, so to speak, for enabling applications to be managed.
At the Tivoli home site (www.tivoli.com) you will find a link to learn more
about
that.  Lots and lots of products on the market are now Tivoli-ready. This makes
sense, of course, only if you are planning to market your application, or if you
are in a shop that is being managed by Tivoli products now.

Cordially,

Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking


Hello Everybody

Thanks a million for the CIM that I requested. This really helps me a great
deal in seeing what CIM has to offer.

What I would like to know is that has anybody used a SDK to develop
MIB's/agent S/W for the AIX environment. We are busy developing our own
app's and would like to instrument them using SNMP for things alerts/traps &
statistics. Has anybody any idea of a SDK  for this purpose.

All the assistance will be highly appreciated.

Regards
Reggie Rama
Nedcor IT



Hello Everybody

Thanks a million for the CIM that I requested. This really helps me a great deal in seeing what CIM has to offer.

What I would like to know is that has anybody used a SDK to develop MIB's/agent S/W for the AIX environment. We are busy developing our own app's and would like to instrument them using SNMP for things alerts/traps & statistics. Has anybody any idea of a SDK  for this purpose.

All the assistance will be highly appreciated.

Regards
Reggie Rama
Nedcor IT

 

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