mxstm - add, remove, and list system type manager rules.
mxstm -a -n <product name> -p snmp|dmi ( -x <attribute>=<value> )+
mxstm -r -n <product name>
mxstm -f <filespec>
mxstm -l [ -n <product name> ]
The mxstm command allows the user to add, remove, and list system type
manager rules for use with Systems Insight Manager.
mxstm recognizes the following options:
-a Add a new rule.
-r Remove an existing rule.
-f Read and process mxstm commands from a file. Each
line in the file is an mxstm command sans the
command name mxstm.
-l List rules. Use the -n option to provide a product
name and list rule details.
Attribute is the name of a protocol specific
attribute and value is the value to be assigned to
-n Product name.
-p Protocol. Should be snmp (or dmi if the central
management server is hosted on a Microsoft Windows
-x Valid attributes for SNMP rules are sysoid*, url,
type, subtype, sysoidrule, oid, oidval, oidrule,
osname, osvendor, osversion, and priority. Valid
attributes for DMI rules are comp1*, group1*,
sgroup1*, attrib1*, val1*, rule1*, url, type,
subtype, comp2, group2, sgroup2, attrib2, val2,
rule2, comp3, group3, sgroup3, attrib3, val3,
rule3, and priority. The "type" attribute can take
values of Cluster, Complex, Desktop, Enclosure,
Env, Handheld, Hub, KVM, MgmtProc, Other, PDU,
Partition, Portable, PowerSuppl y, Printer, RAS,
Rack, Router, Server, Switch, UPS, Unknown, and
Workstation. The "subtype" attribute can take
values of MSCS, NSCUW7, None, OVMS, PowerEnc, RAC,
ServerEnc, TCR_PS, and TruCluster. Attribute
values for "type" and "subtype" attributes are
case sensitive. Attributes marked with an
asterisk(*) are mandatory. The rest are optional.
Insufficient or invalid optional attributes will
be replaced with sensible defaults where possible.
Upon completion, mxstm returns:
0 The operation completed successfully.
>0 An error occured during operation.
mxstm was developed by the Hewlett-Packard Company.