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NNMi 10.10 on RHEL - ovjboss only lists 5 services

object manager name: OVsPMD
state: RUNNING
PID: 3301
last message: -
exit status: -

object manager name: nnmaction
state: NOT_RUNNING
PID: -
last message: Exit on signal 17
exit status: Exit(1)

object manager name: nnmtrapreceivermd
state: RUNNING
PID: 3442
last message: Initialization complete. Trap Receiver is running.

exit status: -

object manager name: nmsdbmgr
state: RUNNING
PID: 3441
last message: Database available.
exit status: -

object manager name: ovjboss
state: RUNNING
PID: 3519
last message: Initialization complete.
exit status: -
additional info:
SERVICE STATUS
CommunicationParametersStatsService Service is started
NmsTrapReceiver Service is started
PerformanceSpiConsumptionManager Service is started
SpmdjbossStart Service is started
TrapPropertiesService Service is started
TrustManager Service is started

Also nnmaction not running and actionserver port 8989 not working .. I cannot see file actionserver.port and actionserver.port.back

 

What is teh solution to start all monitoring services of OVJBOSS in nnmi 1010

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Re: NNMi 10.10 on RHEL - ovjboss only lists 5 services

look at your /var/opt/OV/log/nnm/boot.log file, it will point you in the direction of whats causing your processes not to start.

Have a nice day 🙂

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