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Attributes not getting discovered for Linux machines

Hi,

I am using HP UD 10.10 on Windows OS.

 

I have performed the discovery for Linux devices. I am getting the data for some attributes but I am not able to get the data for below attributes.

 

 - Serial Number  - Discovered Vendor  - Discovered Model  - Domain Name

 

I have executed the below jobs

 - Ranges by ICMP  - Host Connection by Shell  - Host Resources by Shell

 

Please can you help me in resolving this issue.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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Everett,

 

I haven't checked in all those locations but on the few I checked they define a function.

The script change above is the actual command used.

Make the above change first and check the communication log

Rey Lejano

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Student9512,

 

Check with your Unix team on the work around available to remove the password prompt.

Or you can add "-o PasswordAuthentication=No" to the command, I have not tested this.

Another possibility for the password bypass: -o PasswordAuthentication=no user@server

Rey Lejano

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Hi,

I tried below steps , but still same issue , command is working on on server directly but from ucmdb i am not getting Model and vendor information.

Please suggest

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