Re: collection update problem
many thanks for your hint, we never noticed this menu item before.
Unforunately, this is not solving our (netview`s) problem. Again first it
but after an undetermined period of time (with some changes of IP Status) it
Then the collection submap shows objects beeing normal (green) with Filter
on Hide Normal.
Does anybody know by which means a collection submap is updated, is there a
to get some information?
Matthias Widmann / Stephan Schwalb
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Mark Sklenarik wrote:
> Have you taken a look at the menu option to View -> Filter by Status? Its
> Thanks Mark Sklenarik
> Tivoli NetView Product Integrity
> Stephan Schwalb <sschwalb@DEBIS.DE> on 06/15/99 05:33:25 AM
> Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
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> Subject: collection update problem
> Hi all,
> we like to know if somebody experienced the same problem in the past:
> Running NV 5.1.1 on AIX 4.2.1 with ~1000 routers (15000 objects),
> having about 2 Maps opened in read-write mode.
> We sometimes have the phenomenon that some of our collection doesn't
> provide any changes on the GUI. These collections are checking the
> ip-status (isNode=true && IPstatus=critical). After restarting NV,
> collections are working well, but after some time collections run into
> getting rid of nodes beeing IPstatus=normal (green) and collecting new
> having switched to IPstatus=critical.
> So our Nodes_Down Collection shows up friendly colored with nobody
> having any use of it anymore. The database like the ip-map keep on the
> actual status and also if querying the collection through CLI (nvUtil)
> gives the right status back.
> The only way to handle this is to delete/recreate the collection (only
> solution as the problem comes back soon) or restore old database.
> Mit freundlichen Gruessen / With kind regards / Saludos
> Stephan Schwalb
> Systems engineer - Networkmanagement
> debis - Systemhaus
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