We need to monitoring a File System "B" through RFC 2790 but this one does not appear in the list:
however this FS "B" appear in the File Systems list:
Why this behavior?? we rediscovered the server but the FS B does not appear in the RFC 2790 list.
I appreciate your feedback, thanks in advance!
The information populated into the File Systems (RFC 2790) table comes from HOST-RESOURCE-MIB.
Use the MIB Tools and see if you can find the missing File System in these OIDs:
Hi Silvio!, thank you for your feedback!
I queried those OIDs from MIB Tools but none of them show the file system B...
this is very odd...
I apreciate any other suggestion.
What Operating System is this?
What SNMP agent is this? SystemEDGE? Windows Native SNMP agent?
It's a Windows Server 2012 Standard with SystemEDGE Version 5.8.0 installed as SNMP agent.
Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2?
CA SystemEDGE 5.8.0 is not supported in Windows Server 2012 R2.
CA SystemEDGE Platform Support Information - English - CA Technologies
It's Windows Server 2012. (not R2)
according the link it's supported..
thanks for your feedback!
it is not usual to have a hardDisk mapped to Drive B. Drive A and B are supposed to be floppyDisk.
Do you have others Windows hosts where a hardDisk is mapped to Drive B? If positive, do you see it in the HOST-RESOURCE-MIB?
Additionally, I recommend you update to CA SystemEDGE 5.9, because CA SystemEDGE 5.8.0 is Out of Service from Nov, 01 2016.
Thank you Luis for the recommendation, we will keep in mind the update.
I agree with Silvio. This could be related to the floppy-disk usual letters. If possible, try mapping it using a different one.
By default drives A: and B: are filtered as they were traditionally reserved for Floppy Disks (removable storage).
Within the sysedge.cf file you can comment out the following line and drives A: and B: will be enumerated:
We will make that change and will inform the results.
thanks for the help.
that worked! after the changes within the sysedge.cf file now it's possible see the File System B.
Thanks all you guys for the help!
greetings and have a nice day.
You are welcome!