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Version Control Agent sending email alerts when new software is available - annoying

 
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Jason Salgado
Regular Advisor

Version Control Agent sending email alerts when new software is available - annoying

I love using the VCA but only a select few of our 600+ servers have this feature configured. With HP SIM configured to pull down PSP and other updates automatically, when a newer version of something is released, I get an email stating to "critical action needed" or something like that.
If I configure all our servers to point to our Version Control Repository, I'll be getting a ton of annoying emails.
The way I have our events set is to manually add events I want alerts on. I don't see anything in there about Version Control events.
They are set as follows:

Events:
Event category is General Backup and event type is (SNMP) Take action immediately (BackUp Exec)
Event category is HP-UX EMS Event
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Battery Missing
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Battery Temperature High
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Battery Voltage Low
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Check Consistency Aborted
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Check Consistency Completed
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Check Consistency Corrected
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Check Consistency Failed
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Check Consistency Started
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Configuration Updated
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Initialize Aborted
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Initialize Completed
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Initialize Failed
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Initialize Started
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Logical Drive State Change
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: New Drive Inserted
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Physical Drive Check Conditions
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Physical Drive Predictive Failures [FALSE]
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Physical Drive State Change
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Reconstruction Completed
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Reconstruction Failed
Event category is NetServer Events and event type is (SNMP) RAID Trap: Reconstruction Started
Event category is PowerDevice
Event category is Proliant Cluster Events and event type is (SNMP) Cluster Failed (15002)
Event category is Proliant Cluster Events and event type is (SNMP) Cluster Network Failed (15008)
Event category is Proliant Cluster Events and event type is (SNMP) Cluster Node Failed (15004)
Event category is Proliant Cluster Events and event type is (SNMP) Recovery Server Failure (13001)
Event category is Proliant Cluster Events and event type is (SNMP) Recovery Server Failure (13003)
Event category is Proliant NIC Events
Event category is Proliant NIC Events and subcategory is Ethernet team lost redundancy
Event category is Proliant NIC Events and subcategory is Ethernet team redundancy increased
Event category is Proliant NIC Events and subcategory is Network connectivity restored
Event category is Proliant NIC Events and subcategory is Network interface lost connectivity
Event category is Proliant Storage Events
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Controller Status Change
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Controller battery status
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Controller cache status
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Controller redundancy state set to Active
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Controller status OK
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is FC port status change
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Fan status
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Logical Drive status
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Physical Drive Status
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Power Supply status
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Temperature sensor status
Event category is Proliant Storage Events and subcategory is Temperture sensor status
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is ASR Reboot
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Cooling redundancy lost
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Correctable Memory Error
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Fan Failed
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Fan Inserted
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Fan Redundancy Reduced
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Fan Removed
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Fan Repaired
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Memory Board Error
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Post Error
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power Supply Failed
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power Supply Inserted
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power Supply Removed
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power Supply Repaired
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power redundancy gained
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power redundancy lost
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power redundancy reduced
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Power redundancy restored
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Processor failed
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Temperature Sensor Threshold Exceeded
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Temperature threshold exceeded
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Thermal Reboot
Event category is Proliant System and Environmental Events and subcategory is Thermal Temp Ok
Event category is Proliant Threshold Events and event type is (SNMP) Critical Rising Threshold Passed (10007)
Event category is Proliant Threshold Events and event type is (SNMP) Rising Threshold Passed (10001)
Event category is Proliant Threshold Events and event type is (SNMP) Rising Threshold Passed (10003)
Event category is Proliant Threshold Events and event type is (SNMP) Rising Threshold Passed (10005)
Event category is Security Events and event type is Sign-In Attempt By Invalid User
Event category is Systems Insight Manager Events and event type is System is reachable
Event category is Systems Insight Manager Events and event type is System is unreachable

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Rene Nascimento
Frequent Advisor
Solution

Re: Version Control Agent sending email alerts when new software is available - annoying

Go into the SNMP trap settings and select the MIB that is sending the email. disable the event or change the severity of the event to informational, which you might not have email enabled for informational events.
Jason Salgado
Regular Advisor

Re: Version Control Agent sending email alerts when new software is available - annoying

I think I found it.
Cpqhost.mib
cpqhocritialsoftwareupdatetrap
critical software update notification trap (11014)

So i just change the Enable Trap Handling to "NO", correct?
Rancher
Honored Contributor

Re: Version Control Agent sending email alerts when new software is available - annoying

Yes, that is what I did. It stopped the e-mail alerts, but the events still show up in the server logs.