Gulbahar Absent Member.
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UCMDB 9.0 Discovery Problem

Hi all,

I started with the discovery ucmdb. But there is a problem. Finds all the devices,two of each

 

 

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Rutger Honored Contributor.
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Re: UCMDB 9.0 Discovery Problem

Hi,

 

Could you please describe which discoveries you activated?

Normally you would start with a ping sweep (basic network discovery - Range IP by ICMP) and then proceed to DNS resolving, host connection by shell and/or host resources and applications by shell.

Are there any others you activated?

 

uCMDB employs a mechanism called the reconciliation engine, among others to safeguard uniqueness of CI's. Every CI type has reconciliation rules which help the engine decide whether a CI is new or not, whether it should create a new host or update an existing one.

 

Every discovery pattern and integration collects certain CI types with certain attributes, this can sometimes lead to duplicate CI's, especially if you possibly try to discovery everything at once.

 

 

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Gulbahar Absent Member.
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Re: UCMDB 9.0 Discovery Problem

Thank you for reply,

I used exactly as you've written.But there are still duplicate records.The problem before the start of the install and uninstall ucmdb9.0



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