Re: [nv-l] Selection of event forwarding to TEC
Yes, but doing that way is not
Have you an understanding of how the
internal TEC adapter on UNIX works?
There is a NetView ruleset specified
in the /usr/OV/conf/tecint.conf file, and that is how events
To alter what is sent you would have
to alter that with the ruleset editor, nvrsEdit. And then restart
nvserverd or use the nvtecia command to stop and then reload it (see the
man page for details on nvtecia).
By default, the ruleset used is TEC_ITS.rs,
and in that events are simply selected by NetView event id. Since
TEC class is not a property of the event, but specified in trapd.conf,
you would have to examine the event in trapd.conf (using xnmtrap is recommended)
and determine it's TEC Event class. Then you can add or remove
that event from the TEC ruleset. I'd make a copy of the original
under a new name first, however, so you have a backup. Of course,
you can change to a new ruleset altogether by changing the name in tecint.conf.
This can be done by edit or using serversetup.
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|Mario Behring <mariobehring AT yahoo DOT com>
Sent by: owner-nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com
05/06/2004 10:09 AM
|nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com
|[nv-l] Selection of event
forwarding to TEC|
Is it possible to select which event classes we want to forward to TEC
NetView for AIX 7.1.4 using non-tme event forwarding ?
The NetView was installed through Tivoli Framewok 4.1.1 in an AIX 5.2
ManagedNode and is working fine.
Thanks in advance.
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