In NT events are already saved to a relational DB, either ACCESS or SQL,
depending on what you have installed, so you can deal with them that way if you
like. If you want, you can use Server Setup to alter the options for the trapd
daemons, one of which is to create a trapd.log file if you prefer them that way.
Graph events? I don't follow you here. Did you look at the Tools pull down on
the Event Browser?
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX and NT) L3 Support
Terry_E_Simpson AT TIVOLI DOT COM on 03/29/2000 04:35:21 PM
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Subject: [NV-L] Graphing Events & Archiving Events on NT
I'm a NetView for Windows NT 6.0 user and I'm trying save events/traps, but
there is no Trapd.log file (like UNIX). How do you archive events? Also, is
there a way to graph events and print out the resulted graph from the Event
Browser widow? This sounds like an easy task, but there is no obvious option on
the pull-down menu from the Event Browser nor is there anything mentioned in the
NetView for Windows NT User's Guide. Any ideas?
Terry (Wish I was using UNIX instead!)
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