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UD in RHEL

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WIND customer wonder to install HP Universal CMDB and HP Universal Discovery on RedHat Linux operating system.

 

In the support matrix I find that both products are supported on RedHat Linux operating system.

 

But somewhere in the HP Universal CMDB Data Flow Management Guide it is written: “The Data Flow Probe that runs on a Linux platform is intended only for integrations, and not for discovery”


Then I want to have your confirmation: if I install Universal Discovery in RHEL operating system I can’t perform the discovery, and what you mean with integrations?

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Yes, discovery can only run on Windows-based probe.

 

UCMDB Integration Service (special type of Data Flow Probe) can run only integrations which doesn't use jython. For example, you will be able to use Generic DB Adapter or CMS-to-RTSM, but you won't be able to run CiscoWorks integration.

 

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Re: UD in RHEL

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Yes, discovery can only run on Windows-based probe.

 

UCMDB Integration Service (special type of Data Flow Probe) can run only integrations which doesn't use jython. For example, you will be able to use Generic DB Adapter or CMS-to-RTSM, but you won't be able to run CiscoWorks integration.

 

regards

Gregory/

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