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SIM <-> Cluster MCSG

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Debeer Eric
Occasional Advisor

SIM <-> Cluster MCSG

I'm trying to made SIM aware of a MCSG Cluster but currently SIM doesn't see anything. Wich protocol is used by SIM to detect the cluster ? SNMP is activated on both nodes.

David Claypool
Honored Contributor

Re: SIM <-> Cluster MCSG

At each node the cluster subagent needs to be activated. Start --> Control Panel --> HP Management Agents
fred Passeron
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Re: SIM <-> Cluster MCSG


Are you talking about a linux serviceguard cluster or HP UX ? or MSCS cluster (microsoft) ?

If MSCS : then as david mentionned it, you need to activate agents in the control panel / hp agents.

If MCSG / Linux : Unfortunately I think it is not supported yet.(either HP SIM 5.0 or 5.1)

If MCSG / HP UX, then it should be discovered and identify corectly by HP SIM.


“Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It's the transition that's troublesome.” Isaac Asimov
Debeer Eric
Occasional Advisor

Re: SIM <-> Cluster MCSG

I'm takin about a MC Service Guard Cluster (linux) not a Microsoft Cluster Service...

I saw

"Running HP Service Guard Identification.
The system is not part of HP Service Guard cluster"

when i try to identified a note that let me think there is a way to go ahead but you say it's not still supported


Eric Debeer