HPE Expert
Re: HP NNM Critical Status

Hello Mostafa

 

 

 You should go an  check how many  objects  are monitored by NNMi.

 

1-Check the system information.

 

 

 

2-Check the monitored intefaces.

 

 

3-Please check the support matrix with this data an refer for the  interface polled  section.

 

 

 

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1187983

 

 

 

Please remember the requested  RAM memory is just for NNMi you shoul add further for the operating system and 1-4 for the postgrest data base.

 

 

 

Regarding the critical status you can try to do the following:

 

 

 

1- Stop the ovjboss process
     

ovstop ovjboss
   

2-Rename/Move the directory  to another location.
     

 

$NNM_JBOSS/server/nms/data/tx-object-store   (Unix)

%NNM_JBOSS%/server/nms/data/tx-object-store  (Windows)
  

 

  Restart ovjboss process
  

3-   ovstart ovjboss
   

4-Confirm that all the sub-processes of ovjboss have been started
     

ovstatus –v ovjboss

 

 

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