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UCMDB: Failed to run tcp discovery by snmp

Hi Experts,

I am trying to discover switches, switch routers etc. I'm able to discover a switch router by "Host connection by SNMP" job. But When I run the "Host Resources and Application by SNMP" its throwing warnings like:

<< Progress message, Severity: Warning>>
Failed to run tcp discovery by snmp

<< Progress message, Severity: Warning>>
SNMP: No data collected


Its a SNMP Version 3 Authentication. Please find below details from communication log.


Starting to discover users

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Starting to discover disks

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Starting to discover processes

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Discovered 0 processes

Failed to run tcp discovery by snmpTraceback (most recent call last): File "Dis_TCP", line 715, in discoverTCPbySNMP File "Dis_TCP", line 244, in discoverTCP Exception: No TCP information is available
Reporting warning code 149 to framework.
Warning message is: Failed to run tcp discovery by snmp
PluginEngine found 81 plugins
####### Starting applications topology discovery #######
Executing sql: select distinct hostid, pid, name, t.cmdline, params, path, owner, startuptime, ipaddress, C.application, C.port appport, t.port procport, C.isrequired from (select A.hostid, A.pid, A.name, A.cmdline, A.params, A.path, A.owner, A.startuptime, ipaddress, A.lower_name, B.port, B.listen from Processes A left join Port_Process B on A.hostid=B.hostid and A.pid = B.pid where A.hostid='b522e39a8b94cf58b190efca6ee62f56') t join applications C on (C.proc_pattern and t.lower_name like concat(C.process,'%') or t.lower_name=C.process) and ((C.port is null or t.port=C.port) or (C.port=-1 and t.listen)) and (C.cmdline is null or t.cmdline like concat('%', concat(C.cmdline,'%'))) order by application, name, startuptime desc
>>>>> For destination b522e39a8b94cf58b190efca6ee62f56 query runs 1 msecs
>>>>> For destination b522e39a8b94cf58b190efca6ee62f56 query result processing takes 0 msecs



I see no CIs discovered from Host Rresources and Application Job.

Please suggest why this warning is thrown and is there any issues with the credentials.


Thanks and regards,
Anil kumar M

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from Application Perf Mgmt (BAC / BSM) Support and News Forum to CMS and Discovery Support and News Forum. -HP Forum Moderator

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Re: UCMDB: Failed to run tcp discovery by snmp

Hey Anil,

 

were you able to solve this issue?

what did you do?

 

thanks

Sher

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Re: UCMDB: Failed to run tcp discovery by snmp

Hi 

Did you find the solution of your problem as i am also facing the same.

Please help on this.

Regards

Ayush

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Re: UCMDB: Failed to run tcp discovery by snmp

what is the solution for this issue?

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