Thank you all, that replied.
James recommendation worked fine. The order seams to be the key, 1 then 2 and
last 3. I had started ovsecd ahead of the Tivoli environment variables, so
sequence is important.
How can I get this to happen at boot up time?
I had expected it to be in place since Netview get started at boot up.
Where should I add the sourcing of the Tivoli environment variables for root.
Thanks in advance.
>>> James Shanks <James_Shanks@TIVOLI.COM> 02/10 6:36 PM >>>
ovstatus ovtopmd should tell you the exit code and last message if any.
What ar they? If it is exit 255, then you have a library problem which can
probably be corrected by sourcing the Tivoli environment script and
restarting the daemons:
(1) ovstop nvsecd
(2) . /etc/Tivoli/setup_env.sh (don't forget to preceed this with
dot and a space)
If this doesn't work, the only other thing you can do is run ovtopmd from
the command line and see what messages you get. After the ovstart has
failed run /usr/OV/bin/ovtopmd .
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
Gil Irizarry <IRIZARRG@LABS.WYETH.COM> on 02/10/99 04:02:28 PM
Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
cc: (bcc: James Shanks)
Subject: ovtopmd NOT_RUNNING
I don't know how or why my ovtopmd and netmon daemons are no longer
running. Prior to installing the Netview client, dtext & books all was
running well. I shutdown for the weekend and when I got back on Monday
re-booted soon after I noticed that my ovtopomd & netmon are no longer
running. snmpget <hostname> .184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.0 worked fine.
I have clear the databases, rebuild the defaults MIBs using smitty &
executed reset_ci. Yet no help.
How can I do debugging on ovtopmd?
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