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snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

 

snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

Hi All ,
I have 2 servers and on one of them i can see snmp but it is disabled. on the otherone it wasn't listed in ucx sho services * list. i have enabled it via ucx$config but i have promted to give some credentials like community name ...etc. then i wanted to check the server on which snmp is already enabled but ucx sho services snmp/full didn't give me the community name ..etc.
how can i see these values ... ?
11 REPLIES
Ian Miller.
Honored Contributor

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

UCX SHOW CONFIGURATION SNMP

should display the community name etc.
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Martin Vorlaender
Honored Contributor

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

The command ist

UCX> SHOW CONFIG SNMP /FULL

HTH,
Martin

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

ok thanx i could see the details but now i have to see time zone information.
@UTC$TIME_SETUP.COM show
didn't work...

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

ok , thanx , i could see the snmp config details but now i need to see time zone information

@UTC$TIME_SETUP.COM show
didn't work for me...
Karl Rohwedder
Honored Contributor

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

According to the comment:
$!
$! P2: optional
$! The function to be performed. (See above)
$! ZONE/RULE/TDF/ALL/SHOW
$! Default is ALL

so

@UTC$TIME_SETUP.COM "" SHOW

LOCAL TIME ZONE = MET -- DAYLIGHT TIME
LOCAL SYSTEM TIME = 6-JUL-2007 12:50:21.96 (MEST)
TIME DIFFERENTIAL FACTOR = 2:00
TIME ZONE RULE = MET-1MEST-2,M3.4.0/02,M10.4.0/03
Change MET to MEST on the Fourth Sunday of March (25-Mar-2007) at 02:00
Change MEST to MET on the Fourth Sunday of October (28-Oct-2007) at 03:00

regards Kalle
Karl Rohwedder
Honored Contributor

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

Ooops,

I just noticed you are running V7.1, my examples are on V8.2 or V8.3, no v7.1 system to test...

regards Kalle

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2



$ @sys$manager:utc$time_setup "" show
%UTC-I-UPDTIME, updating Time Zone information in SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]
Configure which time parameter (TIMEZONE/TDF/BOTH/NONE)? [BOTH]

i gave NONE and quit out.

this command want me to give answers but i want to see information.


Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

Just type /page the older UTC$TIME_SETUP.COM
You'll soon see how it is not geared to display.
It just chooses:
UTC$CONFIGURE_TDF.COM and/or UTC$TIMEZONE_SETUP.COM

Those do not display either.
They just create files like:
:[SYSEXE]sys$timezone_src.dat

fwiw,
Hein.
Martin Vorlaender
Honored Contributor

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

Wouldn't

$ SHOW LOGICAL SYS$*TIME*

be enough to show the current settings?

cu,
Martin
Verne Britton
Regular Advisor

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2

I also do not have a 7.1 system available, but an old DCL cmd file I have says:

$! Assume V7.1 stuff
$ show_cmd = "@sys$manager:utc$configure_tdf SHOW"

SO... my guess is that syntax

@sys$manager:utc$configure_tdf SHOW

worked once upon a time for me :-)

p.s. you do not mention Alpha or Vax, but I believe this 7.1 cmd works on both.


Verne

Re: snmp on vms 7.1 ucx 4.2


both outputs are like below ...
firs one gave the time zone info

SHOW LOGICAL SYS$*TIME*
"SYS$LOCALTIME" = "SYS$SYSROOT:[SYS$ZONEINFO.SYSTEM]TURKEY."
"SYS$TIMEZONE_DIFFERENTIAL" = "10800"



@sys$manager:utc$configure_tdf SHOW
SYSTEM TIME DIFFERENTIAL FACTOR = 3:00 (10800 seconds).
LOCAL SYSTEM TIME = 6-JUL-2007 15:56:06.71.