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HP ProLiant Gen8 / Gen9 Active Health System Viewer

 
Olaf Ries
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HP ProLiant Gen8 / Gen9 Active Health System Viewer

Hi all, i need a Tool, named HP Active Health System Viewer, i need a offline Version !!

So i can capture the AHS Log from Gen8 or Gen9 Servers, save to USB, and open the Logs with the Viewer on my Notebook. But i dont find a download Link or anything else on the HP Websites (or Google). Have anybody the download link, or further information ???

thx al lot

Olaf

 

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Torsten.
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Re: HP ProLiant Gen8 / Gen9 Active Health System Viewer

AFAIK such tools are HPE internal only.


Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Zamon1969
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Re: HP ProLiant Gen8 / Gen9 Active Health System Viewer

rccmum1
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Re: HP ProLiant Gen8 / Gen9 Active Health System Viewer

There is only online version available here -   https://www.hpe.com/servers/ahsv

PaulDFW
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Re: HP ProLiant Gen8 / Gen9 Active Health System Viewer

Our logs cannot leave the class network unless they can be reviewed an scrubbed. An OnLine veiwer is a little to late to do that!!!

TheMarc
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Re: HP ProLiant Gen8 / Gen9 Active Health System Viewer

I am also searching for such a (offline) tool since years.

Only HP can see what is inside this AHS file. So theoretically in this file could also be login credentials, passwords and other things.

The AHS files are often very big (30MB and more). So a  lot of space to "hide" things inside.

I am not happy that the AHS-File is a propritary format which only HP knows whats inside.

An offline viewer for this files would bring a little light in this "darkness". But it looks like HP don't want to bring light in it.