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ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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System performance metrics collection using NNMi

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Dear All

We are planning to use NNM to collect system performance collection for servers (Linux, HP, Solaris, Windows)

Unfortunately we do not see performance data been collected for CPU, Memory, Disk Image etc.

Had anyone attempted this past and please advise how to proceed.

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ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: System performance metrics collection using NNMi

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Issue was with SNMP agent configuration on servers, tweaked snmpd.conf file on all servers to discover node components and performance data is coming perfectly.

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mostafa_hassan Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: System performance metrics collection using NNMi

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Hello @ramesh9,

for Host Monitoring i guess Sitescope would be better for that use case , but if it's not working for can you explain if NNM discovered these resources that you want to monitor , if so think of custom polling metrics for each resource.

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Mostafa Hassan
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ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Mostafa

No, the CPU and memory is not getting discovered, I think that is the reason why performance data is not collected for them.

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Re: System performance metrics collection using NNMi

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Issue was with SNMP agent configuration on servers, tweaked snmpd.conf file on all servers to discover node components and performance data is coming perfectly.

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