Re:trapd.log item (ovotpofix output)

2000-03-23 18:56:52
Subject: Re:trapd.log item (ovotpofix output)
From: lclark AT us.ibm DOT com
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 18:56:52 -0500
Steve, some of those go away by themselves when you open the map,
through the synchronization process. It is best to check, though, because
sometimes they don't, and you have to act on them. I usually find that
are the ones with extra numbers stuck onto the ends of the Selection Names,
and they show up in Locate as long as you are using the wildcard option.
Check the ovtopofix output again and see if they are gone now.


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

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"Steve Stamper" <sstamper AT foremost DOT com>@tkg.com on 03/23/2000 04:14:52 PM

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Subject:  [NV-L] trapd.log item

While doing some basic 'cleanup', I ran ovtopofix -a and dumped the output
to a file.  While scrolling through the file I found all kinds of things it
told me to "Please delete object from all maps"  I have removed several of
them, but I have a bunch that I don't seem to be able to locate!  In the
example below, I have tried locating by name, fully qualified name, and IP
number with no luck.  What's going on?  Is there a way to locate by objid?

Thanks for any pointers....
Steve Stamper
Grand Rapids, MI

lab_6818 (2536) -- removed from topology, still in 1 maps.
lab_6818 (2536) --   Please delete object from all maps.
lab_6818: (2535) -- removed from topology, still in 1 maps.
lab_6818: (2535) --   Please delete object from all maps.
    Updating lab_6818 (objid = 2536)


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