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How NNM decides to calculate CPU 5 second, 1 min or 5 min utilization

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NNM 10.2x
NPS 10.2x

We are monitoring around 2000 devices in our environment and we see NNM is polling CPU for utilization.

Point is for some devices it uses 5sec polling and for some devices it uses 1 min or 5 min polling.

On what basis NNM decides it needs to be 5sec, 1 min or 5 min polling.

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Re: How NNM decides to calculate CPU 5 second, 1 min or 5 min utilization

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Hello ramesh9,

 

it depends on the device profile/type/model/vendor which mib is used by NNMi. I would narrow this down by doing a status poll on different device types. The output contains the name of the used polling policy. This gives you an indication of the MIB.

Prior to NNMi 10.30 you can use the parameter "debugSupport=1" (http://<NNMiServer>/nnm/main?debugSupport=1) to the URL of NNMi. This enables some menu items and also the workspace "Support". In the workspace you can find the table "State Poller Policies" with the polling policies and sometimes the description contains the OID of the polled MIB.

 

HTH and kind regards

 

Allessandro

 

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Re: How NNM decides to calculate CPU 5 second, 1 min or 5 min utilization

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Hi,

As I know the CPU for 5sec polling and for some devices it uses 1 min or 5 min polling belong to the MIB trap OID provided from vendor's device. NNMi can only get these vaule from trap OID report from device through the SNMP trap agent configured on device.

So, if your device has containt these value MIB trap OID report for 5sec and 1 min or 5 min ultilization then it will provided throught SNMP Agent to NNMi and report to the HP NNMi iSPI Pefromance Metric.

Hope this infomation is clear for your query.

All the best

“Regards,

Nga Do Thi Tuyet | SW Technical Support
Network Node Manager
Hewlett-Packard (SSO Portal)


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Re: How NNM decides to calculate CPU 5 second, 1 min or 5 min utilization

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Thanks for your response.

Do you have any idea of SNMP OID which each device responds.

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Hello ramesh9,

 

it depends on the device profile/type/model/vendor which mib is used by NNMi. I would narrow this down by doing a status poll on different device types. The output contains the name of the used polling policy. This gives you an indication of the MIB.

Prior to NNMi 10.30 you can use the parameter "debugSupport=1" (http://<NNMiServer>/nnm/main?debugSupport=1) to the URL of NNMi. This enables some menu items and also the workspace "Support". In the workspace you can find the table "State Poller Policies" with the polling policies and sometimes the description contains the OID of the polled MIB.

 

HTH and kind regards

 

Allessandro

 

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Re: How NNM decides to calculate CPU 5 second, 1 min or 5 min utilization

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Hi Ramesh

We were wondering if you have any other concern about , if everything is clear can you please mark this thread as solved?

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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