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Homepage is not dispalying information Linux

Homepage is not dispalying information Linux

I have installed the HP-snmp-agents on Linux - redhat 5
I am recieving alerts as exopected
I can access the homepage
The hompage does not have server information and there are only 4 boxies in grey- Overall Status Summary - Version Control - Storage and System
Status is green and the other boxes list some sub topics but they do not link to any information
I've loaded the latest PSP and snmp.conf is correct as far as community strings and othrer items I found in an HP doc.
I appreciate any help
5 REPLIES
Predator
Trusted Contributor

Re: Homepage is not dispalying information Linux

Hi,
Check whether the following are installed properly and the service is running.
1. hp-snmp-agents
2. hp-health
3. hp-smh-templates

If the Version control agent page is populated with all the data, then the above agents are working properly.

Thnx
Predator

Re: Homepage is not dispalying information Linux

Thank you for the reply.
All the packages are installed and running, except for hp-smh-templates. i do not see any process to start.
VCA is not populated and the log does not see the agents installed.
Do you have any thoughts on this?
Predator
Trusted Contributor

Re: Homepage is not dispalying information Linux

On the console run the command,
rpm -qa|grep hp-smh-templates

If it is installed, then output of the above command will show the name and version of hp-smh-templates.

If the agents are installed through VCA page, only then VCA log shows the installation details.

Thnx
Predator

Re: Homepage is not dispalying information Linux

Thank you,

The reply was
[root@hederadev01 ~]# rpm -qa|grep hp-smh-templates
hp-smh-templates-8.3.0.9-13

Andrew Young_2
Honored Contributor

Re: Homepage is not dispalying information Linux

Hi Mathew

If you haven't come right yet I suggest you look at man hp-snmp-agents.

In my case I found that the /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf didn't have the hp-snmp extentions added, these are usually at the top of the file.

The man pages tell you how to add them.

HTH

Andrew Y
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