You can create a SmartSet using CorrStat Attributes and you can create a
file with the sintax:
At the first line:
and the others lines with the list of all servers:
After that you can run the nvdbimport -f <file_list)name> to input the
content of the choosed CorrStat on Netview Database.
After that, create a smartset rule using the respective CorrStat.
From: Mario Behring [mailto:mariobehring AT yahoo DOT com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 10:49 AM
To: nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com
Subject: [nv-l] Can nvUtil read a hostname list ?
Can the nvUtil command read a list of hostnames or IP addresses to create
a Smartset or simply populate one ?
I have to put all Unix servers (almost 600) inside a particular Smartset
but not all boxes have SNMP running, there is no naming convention or a
separate IP range for these boxes either ... so there is no way I can
create one or more conditions that ensure that all servers will be in the
Smartset ... so the ideal would be for nvUtil to read all servers from a
list, a flat file.
I have to do the same for Windows boxes.
At this point, enabling SNMP on all servers is not an option, for security
Any help is appreciated.
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