Re: [nv-l] automatic deletion of unmanaged nodes?
Thank you for the quick reply..
I followed your instructions, at first
with no luck - the disappeared node did not show up (I only have 1 map).
But I noticed that the node was in the
seedfile, but had the '$' prefix for SNMP polling.
I removed the '$' sign, restarted netmon,
pinged the node, and it instantly reappeared on our map..
So your answer helped me rediscovering
the deleted nodes - thanks!
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Re: [nv-l] automatic deletion of unmanaged
Do you have more than 1 map. If so, the device will still reside
in the database. You can tell if you have more than one map
by running ovwls. If you do not have more than one map, you
might want to run a database cleanup:
ovtopofix -A(this will require you stop netmon)
Then before restarting netmon, make sure the device is in
the seedfile and then restart the daemons. I would think it
would reappear at that point.
And the "Node Down Deletion Interval" does not affect
Nicolai Kildal wrote:
> A question regarding Netview 7.1.4 (fixpack 1) on Linux Red Hat
> Enterprise Server 2.1:
> When one unmanages a node, does this node get automatically deleted
> Netview after a certain amount of time?
> If yes - then how long is the time interval before this happens, and
> how does one get netview to rediscover the node?
> Pinging the node from the Netview server does not make it reappear.
> By using ovobjprint, we can see, that the deleted node is registered
> with "REMOVED:" prepended to its name.
> I have searched the Netview manuals & this forum for an answer,
> have not been lucky.
> I know there is a 7 day "Node Down Deletion Interval" setting
> SNMP Configuration page, but does this apply for unmanaged nodes too?
> Nicolai Kildal
> DMdata a/s