I want to monitoring network of Server(Linux Server , Windows Server) use snmpcollector probe
so installed robot to linux server(hostname:RHEL6.5 , robotname : RHEL6.5 , net-snmp install , firewall stop , selinux disabled) and then performed SNMP discovery to UMP discovery wizard
added RHEL6.5 that type is Virtual Server to UMP inventory
and then perfomed query search server use snmpcollector probe to admin console
thereafter added another rhel6.5 that type is device to UMP inventory
and cpu,disk,memory, etc monitoring data displayed RHEL6.5 that type is Virtual Server
but monitoring data for snmpcollector probe displayed rhel6.5 that type is device
I want to display monitoring data, just one RHEL6.5 that type Virtual Server
Please help me
What shows up in UMP USM Inventory is a compilation of data collected from all probes. This duplication of the device is probably the result of different data being collected from two different probes and then device correlation fails to combine them into only one. A good first step is to update discovery_agent and discovery_server to 8.32, both of these include fixes for device correlation problems. There is no correction for what is already in the database so they will have to be removed.
From the discovery_server release notes.
and for discovery_agent
• Addressed missing network interface information on some device models when they were queried with SNMP v2/v3 credentials.• Fixed issue where devices were ignored if the discovery IP address is not included in the IP address table.• Fixed a device duplication issue when the discovery_agent and vmware probes discover the same virtual machine by no longer publishing the VirtualID (Salesforce 70003659 and 70003745).• Fixed issue where devices were incorrectly merged based on an all zeroes MAC address (00-00-00-00-00-00).
Thank you very much~~~~
I solved this problem.
really Thank you
but one more thing have problem
please help me....
After performed Query Search Server of snmpcollecter probe in adminconsole, changed name (lower case hostname) or (robotname)