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(OMi) Support Tip: OMi-APM Hi status change synchronization

OOTB only a few CI Types can generate a HI status change event. This means that all the HIs which are CITs under the specified CI types will be affected – all His there will trigger events sending on status change

This is OOTB configuration which can be changed later but with some limitations.  This can be modify in APM:

Admin - Platform - Infrastructure Settings - OMi Integration – «HI Statuses Sync - CITs configuration file»


>> You can make exclutions of CI Types or HI names to generate HI Status change events:

Exclusions by CI Type

<ciType name='nodes'>
 <exclusion type='ciType' name='net_device' />
</ciType>


Exclusions by CI Type – The Net Device CIT is excluded which means no His under it will not trigger an event to Omi on status change

<ciTypes>
 <ciType name='nodes'>
  <exclusion type='ciType' name='net_device' />
 </ciType>
 <ciType name="running_software"/>
    <ciType name="business_application"/>
</ciTypes> 


Exclusions by HI name– You need to specify the CI type which contains undesired HI. Then specify the Hi’s name. In this case the “CPU Load” HI CIT is excluded which means it will not trigger an event to Omi on status change

<ciTypes>
    <ciType name='computer'>
        <exclusion type='hi' name='CPU Load' />
    </ciType>
</ciTypes>


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