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Re: [nv-l] servmon - Slot with service

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Subject: Re: [nv-l] servmon - Slot with service
From: Jane Curry <jane.curry@skills-1st.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 03 Jun 2005 11:26:03 +0100
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Hi Martina,
As far as I know, you can only map complete TRAP variables to TEC slots. I can think of 2 approaches: 1) Run an automated action for this TRAP which parses out the second token of the 3rd variable and generates a new TEC event using wpostemsg. Deconfigure sending the original TRAP to TEC. You obviously need to define your new TEC event with an extra attribute for the dead service name - I would perhaps put it at the end of netview.baroc.

2) Run an automated action for this TRAP which again parses out the second token of the 3rd variable and generates a new TRAP to your NetView with the relevant information that you really want in it. Once tested, customise your original service TRAP to be LOGONLY and not to be forwarded to TEC and customise your new TRAP to forward to TEC, mapping the variables as you want them. Same comment applies re modifying netview.baroc.

I guess the 2nd solution is a more architecturally clean solution but probably takes more processing.

Any other ideas??

Martina Haseneder wrote:

Hi folks, we startet do control Ports/services with servmon. Forwarded Events to TEC are the regular IBM_SUP_EV and IBM_SDWN_EV
with the default Slots
    nv_var1    14
    nv_var2    un030e00.serv.factory.de
    nv_var3    Service sshd Critical
    nv_var4    219065 219063 sshd 2 4
    nv_var5    openview
Now my TEC-Admins would like to have the watched service in a "seperate Slot".
How could I manage that?
You find the needed string in nv_var3 and nv_var4. (I have no idea what the numbers in nv_var4 are for).
Could I isolate it in trapd.conf?
Thank you for all response Martina NV 7.1.4 on AIX 5.2

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