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The previous example did not import MIBs, so the meaning of the alert had to be manually added to the Description field. Otherwise, the alert would not be very meaningful to the operations team. If the device that you are going to monitor has MIBs available, it is possible for you to import the MIBs into MOM. This will make it easier to translate the SNMP trap into an
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alert that you can understand. You can also use the SM12SMIR utility to import the MIBs. This will load the MIB information into the WMI \\.\root\ snmp\smir namespace and provide SNMP trap translations. Otherwise, you will just receive object identifiers, which are basically strings of numbers (e.g., 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.163.2.0.1) and possibly a status value.
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Identifying the Rules Assigned to an Agent
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When troubleshooting an agent, it is often important to see what rules are assigned to it. There are numerous ways of identifying what rules are assigned to an agent the following section shows you how you do it.
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The Resultant Set of Rules (RSOR) Utility
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The resource kit includes the RSOR utility, which will generate a plain text file showing the set of rules that would be deployed to an agent. The syntax is RSOR.exe <MOMDBServer> <TargetAgent>. The output is then placed in C:\ResultantSetOfRules. If your operations database is a SQL instance, then the syntax would be RSOR.exe <MOMDBServer\SQL_INSTANCE_NAME> <TargetAgent>. The text file so created will list the enabled and disabled rules associated with that agent.
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Export Rules Associated to an Agent Script
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You can download a free script from Huntland Services to export the MOM rules that are associated with an agent from www.huntland.co.uk/ Downloads/MOM/DumpMomRulesForComputerCMD.html. The script will export the enabled rules for an agent into a CSV (commaseparated value) file.
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Checking When Changes Were Made to Rules and Scripts
At times, it is handy to check when, where, and by whom changes were made to the rules. You can run the following SQL statements against the OnePoint database. Example 1: This statement will list all rules and show when they were modified and by whom: select idprocessrule, name, lastmodified, lastmodifiedby, IsRuleGroup from OnePoint..processrule
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Example 2: This statement will list a rule identified by its rule GUID: select idprocessrule, name, lastmodified, lastmodifiedby, IsRuleGroup from OnePoint..processrule where idprocessrule ='enter guid here' For example select idprocessrule, name, lastmodified, lastmodifiedby, IsRuleGroup from OnePoint..processrule where idprocessrule ='6C85049A-5F96-48DD-891F-046F3FBEF20F' Example 3: This statement displays a list of scripts sorted by last modified date: select name, isdeleted, lastmodified, lastmodifiedby, timeadded, description from script order by lastmodified desc Example 4: This statement lists modification details of global settings: select datacategory + dataname as GlobalSetting, datavalue, lastmodified, lastmodifiedby from OnePoint..configuration where lastmodifiedby !='NULL'
Third-Party Tools
Numerous third-party vendors have released management packs and tools to manage MOM. The advantages of some of these management packs are that they fill in the gaps in which Microsoft or other vendors have not released a management pack, or extend MOM to monitor non-Windows systems (e.g., UNIX). These management packs incur a cost, but they can provide a ready-made monitoring solution so that you don t have to develop your own management pack. You can find a list of the main third-party management packs in the Management Pack and Utilities catalog, available on the Microsoft web site at www. microsoft.com/management/mma/catalog.aspx.
s Note Not too many third-party tools assist in managing the management pack life
cycle. Currently, only Silect Software has products available to help you in this area. You can find more information at www.silect.com/products/products_overview.htm.
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Summary
This chapter has explained how to manage the management pack life cycle; this will help to reduce the complexity of managing your MOM environment. The management pack life cycle can be one of the biggest headaches for a MOM administrator, so it is important that you use the information in this chapter to help you define a process that your organization will follow. The chapter has also shown how to extend MOM to monitor SNMP-enabled devices and what management packs you should install to monitor the key components of your infrastructure. 4 will cover the process you need to follow to ensure that your MOM infrastructure remains healthy.
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