I have many Cisco Nexus 5000 and 7000 devices on our network and we are not getting any components created for Power Supply and Fan, therefore, we get no graphs for these components. I was hoping somebody out there can tell me what Vendor Cert they are using for the Environmental stats. Our CAPM seems to automatically pick Cisco System Environment Sensor Watts (CiscoSysEnvSenWatt). I also tried to use Cisco FRU Power Supply and I got some data back (like Percentage in warning) but not the percentage in normal, other, or critical.
The snmpcollector should be picking them up automatically and adding them to the profile.
This is the site showing what the snmpcollector probe is supporting.
UIM SNMP Device Support
this one lists what's been added via the Device_Certification_Deployer package
Update Vendor Certifications - CA Unified Infrastructure Management Probes - CA Technologies Documentation
Is CAPM polling the same devices as the snmpcollector?
If not run a sapwalk from the hub running the snmpcollector to verify it is enabled at the device.
when the snmpcollector log level it turned up and a rediscovery done of the device the log will show what it gets a valid response on and what it doesn't.
FYI, the question is only for CAPM. They're not using UIM SNMPCollector. Perhaps a moderator can move it into the appropriate subgroup: CA Performance Management
The certification site for CAPM is here: Data Aggregator Certification Portal
Select to Edit the question and then it is possible to change the Visibility to performance management.
I have moved this to Performance management for more visibility.
You can go to Administrator > data aggegrator > monitoring profiles. Create anew monitoring profile, and add the "Environment" metrics, and then deploy to the appropriate collection to gain the metrics you want to see
Hi Marko - did Joe's suggestion work for you?
No it did not. I understand how to add things to monitoring profile. The problem was that I needed to create a new vendor cert for the Nexus devices since the current standard cert is not polling the correct MIB's. Thank you to Rob Kettle and Kishan Ratnayake for all there help on this (and many other issues that come up)! They are both a CAPM asset!