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Custom Poller Configuration list

I need to put together an audit that will require extracting all custom poller collections and policies details from NNM and comparing them to what is configured on network devices. 

Looking at reference pages under Documentation Library I don't see any commands, etc. that I can use as a starting point. 

Has anybody found a way to extract this information from NNM ? 

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Re: Custom Poller Configuration list

Hello,

NNMi 10.20 (and higher) has a new CLI, nnmcustompollerconfig.ovpl. Detailed description can be found in the Command Reference guide.

nnmcustompollerconfig.ovpl — Create, list, update, delete, enable, and disable Custom Poller configuration

You should use the list* commands

    best regards

                  Erno

HPE SW Support
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Re: Custom Poller Configuration list

Awesome, thank you. Unfortunately we are running version 9.10. Good thing to keep in mind for when we upgrade.

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Re: Custom Poller Configuration list

Then I hope you're comfortable with XML, because thats the only way to can do it in v9.X.  Export and parse.

Have a nice day 🙂

Andy Kemp
I've lasted longer in the technology industry than most certifications.
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