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Support for HPVM Discovery

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Hi All,

 

Can we discover relationships with the host running on HPVM platform.

 

I know we can discover nPar and vPar running on an HP complex. Similarly Can we discover hosts running on a sytem with HP VM.

 

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?prodSeriesId=4146186&objectID=c03648572

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Virtualization/HPVM-how-to-check-part-of-which-host/td-p/4725189

 

Br,

Shameer PM

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Re: Support for HPVM Discovery

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There is a community discovery adapter available on HP Connections written by Borja Buera

 

https://connections.houston.hp.com/docs/DOC-55780

 

I think RnD also plans to provide the functionality in a future release.

 

Thanks to Gnau, Andreas for providing this information

 

HP Integrity Virtual Machines, HP IVM

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Re: Support for HPVM Discovery

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There is a community discovery adapter available on HP Connections written by Borja Buera

 

https://connections.houston.hp.com/docs/DOC-55780

 

I think RnD also plans to provide the functionality in a future release.

 

Thanks to Gnau, Andreas for providing this information

 

HP Integrity Virtual Machines, HP IVM

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