Jump to content English
hp.com home
HP Systems Insight Manager  |  Using Default Tools  |  Storage Integration  |  Storage Integration

Storage Integration
Storage Integration

» HP Systems Insight Manager

»Table of Contents
»Index
»Product Overview
»Getting Started
»Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters
»Using Tasks
»Using Default Tools
»Command Line Tools
»Cluster Monitor
»Custom Command Tools
»Device Ping
»Disk Thresholds
»Storage Integration
»About Storage Integration
»About Storage Discovery
»Discover Storage
Storage Integration
»License Manager
»Managing Tools
»Plug-in Tools
»Property Pages
»Replicate Agent Settings
»MIBs
»System Management Homepage
»System Page
»Version Control
»Database Tables
»Reporting
»Administering the Software
»Troubleshooting
»Printable Version
»Glossary
»Using Help
Content starts here
» View a Storage Event
» Create a Storage by Type Group
» Event Collection and Launch
» Related Procedures
» About Storage
» Related Topics

View a Storage Event

There are two ways to view a storage event:

  • Select ToolsSystem InformationSystem Page.

    or

  • Click the system name in the System Name column on the system list page.

Create a Storage by Type Group

You can create a search for systems of type, such as ESL or MSL, for tape libraries or create a search for Web Agents of type for each type of Command View system.

  • HP StorageWorks Command View SDM. search for Web Agent == HP StorageWorks Command View SDM.

  • HP StorageWorks Command View XP. search for Web Agent == HP StorageWorks Command View xp.

  • HP StorageWorks Command View ESL. search for Web Agent == HP StorageWorks Command View ESL.

  • HP StorageWorks Tape Libraries. search for system type == storage device.

  • HP StorageWorks Management Appliance. search for Web Agent == Management module hp_OpenView_Storage_Management_Appliance or Web Agent == Management Module OpenSANManager.

Event Collection and Launch

In order to receive events, the Command View software must be configured to send SNMP events to the HP Systems Insight Manager CMS.

For Command View SDM:

To configure the SNMP trap destination on Windows NT 4.0 on the Command View server

  1. Select StartSettingsControl PanelNetworkServicesSNMP Service.

    The SNMP Service Properties dialog box is displayed.

  2. Click Traps.

  3. Enter a community name, such as public.

  4. Click [Add].

  5. At the bottom of the dialog box, click [Add].

    The SNMP Service Configuration dialog box is displayed.

  6. Enter the hostname or IP address of the enterprise management station, and click [Add].

    The SNMP trap destination is added.

  7. Click [OK] to save the changes and close the dialog box.

To configure the SNMP trap destination on Windows 2000

  1. Click StartSettingsControl PanelNetworkServicesSNMP Service

    The SNMP Service Properties dialog box is displayed.

  2. Click Traps.

  3. Enter a community name, such as public.

  4. Click [Add to list].

  5. At the bottom of the dialog box, click [Add].

    The SNMP Service Configuration dialog box is displayed.

  6. Enter the hostname or IP address of the enterprise management station, and click [Add].

    The SNMP trap destination is added.

  7. Click [OK] to save the changes and close the dialog box.

To configure the SNMP trap destination on HP-UX

  1. Using a text editor, open the following file:

    /etc/snmpd.conf

  2. Insert the following information at the end of the snmpd.conf file:

    trap-dest: X.X.X.X

    Replace the X.X.X.X with the IP address of the enterprise management station.

  3. Save the snmpd.conf file and close it.

  4. Kill the SNMP daemon by entering the following at a shell command prompt:

    ps -ef | grep snmpd

    kill -9 PID

    Replace PID with the process ID returned by the previous command.

  5. Restart the SNMP daemon by entering the following at a shell command prompt:

    snmpd

To load the HSV MIB on the CMS for EVA:

  1. On a Windows operating system go to a command prompt. Navigate to \Program Files\HP\System Insight manager\mibs directory. Refer to MIBs - Registering a MIB for more information regarding MIBs.

  2. Run mxmib -a cpqhsv110v3.cfg

Related Procedures

» Storage Integration - Discover Storage
» Events - Configuring SNMP Traps

About Storage

» Storage Integration - About Storage Integration

Related Topics

» Using Default Tools - System Page