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Inventory Scan appears to be ignoring gpfs file systems

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From what I can see in the scan files resulting from the inventory by scanner jobs on our AIX systems we are totally missing the gpfs filesystems mounted on the nodes.

We have critical applications being served by gpfs file systems shared between AIX nodes.

We must be able to scan these gpfs filesystems for installed software recognition

What must I set to capture this data?

See the attached jpg from the viewer, the only ting we see directory and file information from is / mounted on /dev/hd4  and it's associated jfs2 volumes.

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Re: Inventory Scan appears to be ignoring gpfs file systems

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Actually I added fs=mfs to the [include] section of the override.ini and now we can see the gpfs filesystems !

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Re: Inventory Scan appears to be ignoring gpfs file systems

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Hello,

Coudl you please send me the scan file? 

Regards.

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Re: Inventory Scan appears to be ignoring gpfs file systems

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Sorry I can't share the scan files.  It seems that uCMDB may not support GPFS at all.....

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Re: Inventory Scan appears to be ignoring gpfs file systems

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Yes, you are rigth gpfs is not supported. Another way is create an ER for future release. 

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Actually I added fs=mfs to the [include] section of the override.ini and now we can see the gpfs filesystems !

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