RE: Unmanaged objects

2001-07-23 09:41:24
Subject: RE: Unmanaged objects
From: "Scott Barr" <scott_barr AT csgsystems DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 08:41:24 -0500
That is true - any kind of "HSRP-like" situation can be dealt with using the
HSRP flag in the seed file - HOWEVER

Be careful! We put the HSRP addresses (all of them) in the seed file and all
heck broke loose. I believe we have a fix pending for the PMR - but we had
to yank the HSRP addresses until then.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-nv-l AT tkg DOT com [mailto:owner-nv-l AT tkg DOT com]On Behalf Of
Tremblay, David A.
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2001 8:30 AM
To: 'IBM NetView Discussion'
Subject: RE: [NV-L] Unmanaged objects

We were having a similar issue with NetView discovering interfaces on one
system (part of a failover cluster) and replacing these interfaces on
another system when the second system in the pair was discovered.

We thought it had to do with the HSRP feature and it when we called Tivoli.
They ended up giving us a new netmon. Although the systems weren't HSRP we
could put the %system_name in the seedfile and the problem went away until
we got the new executable.

We are running Solaris 2.6 and NetView 6.0.2 but initially we received a new
netmon for AIX.

You may wish to look into this if the systems in question are running
Veritas Firstwatch or another type of failover software.

But I would first determine that if it is in fact the HSRP issue we
discovered and maybe place the % entry in front of the unmanaged object in
question and see if this works first.

Good Luck!

David A. Tremblay              John Hancock Financial Services
Lead Systems Analyst       Corporate Technology Services
200 Berkeley Street           B5-02
Boston, MA   02117

Tel:  (617)572-1703
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        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Leslie Clark [SMTP:lclark AT us.ibm DOT com]
        Sent:   Saturday, July 21, 2001 1:13 PM
        To:     IBM NetView Discussion
        Subject:        RE: [NV-L] Unmanaged objects

        Excellent answer, Jose!

        Dave, use that function I gave you on the reports menu,
        All Events for a Node.  If it is a node. If it is an interface, is
it one
        of those duplicate IP addresses that keeps getting moved around?


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

        "Garcia Crespo, Jose Manuel" <jogarcia AT endesa DOT es>@tkg.com on
        10:23:02 AM

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        Subject:  RE: [NV-L] Unmanaged objects

        it's only an idea perhaps Netview is deleting a rediscovering de
object as


        Jose Manuel Garcia Crespo

        > -----Mensaje original-----
        > De:     reamd AT Nationwide DOT com [SMTP:reamd AT Nationwide DOT com]
        > Enviado el:  Friday, July 20, 2001 3:03 PM
        > Para:   nv-l AT tkg DOT com
        > Asunto: [NV-L] Unmanaged objects
        > Hi all,
        >          Does anyone know why, if I unmanage an object, why do I
have to
        > unmanage it again the next day. For some reason anything that I
        > becomes managed again without operator intervention???
        > AIX4.3.3  6.02
        > Thanks, Dave
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