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Default Public Lists

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»Table of Contents
»Index
»Product Overview
»Getting Started
»Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters
»Navigating the System Lists Region
»Viewing the Status Overview Page
»Saving Lists
»Customizing My Favorites Lists
»Customizing System or Cluster Lists
»Customizing Event Lists
»System Lists Page
»Cluster Lists Page
»Event Lists Page
»Searching for Systems and Events
»Reference
Default Public Lists
»List Naming Conventions
»Using Tasks
»Using Default Tools
»Reporting
»Administering the Software
»Troubleshooting
»Printable Version
»Glossary
»Using Help
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Public System Lists

All users can view public lists, but only users with full configuration rights can create, edit, or delete public lists.

The following public default system lists are based on System Type:

  • All Systems. Lists all discovered systems in the database.

  • All Servers. Lists all discovered servers in the database.

  • All Racks. Lists all discovered racks in the database.

  • All Enclosures. Lists all discovered enclosures in the database.

  • All Clients. Lists all discovered clients in the database.

  • All Networking systems. Lists all discovered networking systems in the database, whichinclude routers, switches, repeaters, and remote access systems.

  • All Printers. Lists all discovered printers in the database

  • All Management Processors. Lists all discovered management processors in the database

The following default lists are based on System Status:

  • Critical Systems. Lists all systems in the database with Critical status

  • Major Systems. Lists all systems in the database with Major status

  • Minor Systems. Lists all systems in the database with Minor status

  • Normal Systems. Lists all systems in the database with a Normal status

The following default lists are based on systems by Operating System:

  • HP-UX

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003

  • Microsoft Windows 2000

  • Microsoft Windows NT

  • Novell Netware

  • SCO UNIX

  • Microsoft Windows XP

  • Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME

  • HP Tru64 Unix

  • HP Open VMS

  • Red Hat Linux

  • Linux

  • SuSE Linux

  • HP NonStop Server

  • Undeployed

The following default lists are based on Clusters by Type:

  • All Clusters

  • MSCS Clusters

  • OpenVMS Clusters

  • HP TruClusters

The following default lists are based on Clusters by Status:

  • Critical Clusters

  • Major Clusters

  • Minor Clusters

  • Normal Clusters

  • Unknown Clusters

The following are System Function Lists:

  • Data Collection List. Lists all discovered systems and is used to perform data collection

  • Status Polling List. Lists all discovered systems and their current status

  • Server Status Polling List. Lists all discovered servers, clusters, management processors and their current status

  • Non Server Status Polling List. Lists all discovered non-servers and their current status

Public Event Lists

All users can view public Event Lists, but only users with full configuration rights can create, edit, or delete public lists.

The following public Event Lists are based on Event Severity:

  • All Events. Lists all events that have occurred on systems for which the events are logged in the database

  • Important Uncleared Events. Lists all uncleared Critical, Major, and In Progress events

  • Important Events. Lists all Critical and Major events in the database regardless of the state of events

  • Informational Events. Lists all Informational events in the database regardless of the state of events

The following are Login Event Lists:

  • All Login and Logout Events. Users with full configuration rights and users with the correct authorizations on the central management server can view login and logout events. However, only users with full configuration rights can see the details of these events.

  • All Failed Login Events. Users with full configuration rights and users with the correct authorizations on the central management server can view failed login events. However, only the users with full configuration rights can see the details of these events.

Related Procedures

» Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters - Customizing System or Cluster Lists
» Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters - Customizing Event Lists

Related Topics

» Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters - Navigating the System Lists Region
» Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters - System Lists Page
» Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters - Event Lists Page
» Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters - Cluster Lists Page
» Discovery - System Types