UCMDB - sum of all cpu's

is there a way to determine the total number of cpu's on a server, and update an attribute?

I am busy with Atrium integration and do not want to push all cpu's to Atrium, but rather a value in an attribute.
The windows CIT has a "windows physical memory size" attribute that can be mapped to an Atrium class/attribute.

any suggesting on how to do this for cpu's (and then also for unix memory)?

is there a "sum" functionality in UCMDB that can be used to update an attribute on the host CIT?


 

 

 

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  • Hi Colin,

    Which version of uCMDB are you currently using? There is a CI Type for CPU, and the host CI instance will have a container "link" relationship to each CPU CI instance (CPU0, CPU1, etc..).

    What you need to do to get that number of instances is by using an enchancement and store the value in as an attribute in your host CI instance.


    Jov
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  • Hi Colin,

    Which version of uCMDB are you currently using? There is a CI Type for CPU, and the host CI instance will have a container "link" relationship to each CPU CI instance (CPU0, CPU1, etc..).

    What you need to do to get that number of instances is by using an enchancement and store the value in as an attribute in your host CI instance.


    Jov
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