AW: collection update problem

1999-06-15 06:19:00
Subject: AW: collection update problem
From: Schiffinger Ralph 2100 <Ralph.Schiffinger AT ERSTEBANK DOT AT>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 1999 12:19:00 +0200
Hi Stephan,

..."having about 2 Maps opened in read-write mode"...?
My understanding is you can have JUST ONE r/w-map.
And collections checking IP-Status are accurate just on this one and only 
read-only-maps have to be refreshed to be accurate!

Solution: Create "static" collections (isRouter, isWhatever, vendor, ...)
to get the "live"-status on both r/w- AND r/o-maps.

Cordially, Ralph.
Tel  (mobil)  0664 1908469
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 -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von:    Stephan Schwalb [SMTP:sschwalb AT DEBIS DOT DE]
Gesendet am:    Dienstag, 15. Juni 1999 11:50
An:     NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu; Schiffinger Ralph 2100
Betreff:        collection update problem

Hi all,

we like to know if somebody experienced the same problem in the past:
Running NV 5.1.1 on AIX 4.2.1 with ~1000 routers (15000 objects),
having about 2 Maps opened in read-write mode.

We sometimes have the phenomenon that some of our collection doesn't
provide any changes on the GUI. These collections are checking the
ip-status (isNode=true && IPstatus=critical). After restarting NV,
collections are working well, but after some time collections run into
getting rid of nodes beeing IPstatus=normal (green) and collecting new
having switched to IPstatus=critical.

So our Nodes_Down Collection shows up friendly colored with nobody
having any use of it anymore. The database like the ip-map keep on the
actual status and also if querying the collection through CLI (nvUtil)
gives the right status back.

The only way to handle this is to delete/recreate the collection (only
solution as the problem comes back soon) or restore old database.

Mit freundlichen Gruessen / With kind regards / Saludos

Stephan Schwalb

Systems engineer - Networkmanagement
debis - Systemhaus
Tel.: +49 (711)-17-49971
Fax : +49 (711)-17-49663
email: sschwalb AT dbmail.debis DOT de  or sschwalb AT debis DOT de

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