[CentOS] SNMP and MIB
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Mon Oct 29 14:15:08 UTC 2007
I managed to install Dell Managed node on our servers, and now I am able
to monitor them through IT Assistance.
however there is one process that some time consume too much cpu process.
it is not too much but still we are concern about it.
would you please let me know if we can change the time of polling data.
Thanks for help
Jeff Larsen wrote:
> On 10/19/07, Centos <centos at unixplanet.biz> wrote:
>> has any one is using Dell OpenManage on Centos ?
> We use Dell OpenManage on Centos 4.5. First you have to trick the
> OpenManage software (and installer) into thinking you have RHEL. For
> v4 you add "Nahant" to the end of line of text in /etc/redhat-release.
> Nahant is the code name for RHEL4 and Dell software looks for it to
> know what type of system you are running.
> Then you need to add a few lines to your snmpd.conf:
> rwcommunity <comunityname> <monitor ip address>
> view all included .1
> smuxpeer .184.108.40.206.4.1.674.10892.1
> Where <communityname> is a name of your choosing and <monitor ip
> address> is the IP address of the machine that will be querying SNMP.
> Make sure to use the same community name in your Dell Server Assistant
> discovery configuration.
> It's all in the documentation (except for the Nahant trick).
> Good luck,
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