I think I already answered your question. I'm not going to get into the
architecture of the Tivoli Data warehouse (TEDW) here, except to say this.
If you purchase the Tivoli Data Warehouse and DB2, and install them
correctly, then snmpCollect will write to DB2, staging the data for the
ETL's which run nightly. Any attempt to do this without the Data
Warehouse is both unsupported and a violation of your license agreement.
So you options are limited to TEDW or a roll-your-own solution.
Level 3 Support for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and Windows
Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group
mujawar zuzar <email@example.com>
Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org
08/30/2005 02:17 AM
Please respond to
Re: [nv-l] Database support on Linux for SNMP data collection for
Thanks for responding.
The first option what you told regarding datawarehouse
will require the source database so that it can fetch
from source database and populate central
datawarehouse. So netview have to store the data in
DB2 for datawarehouse to work.
Does netview for linux integrates with DB2 directly?
If yes how this integration of Netview with DB2 can be
--- James Shanks <email@example.com> wrote:
> NetView for UNIX uses the Tivoli RIM (Relational
> Database Interface
> Manager) product for direct interaction with an
> RDBMS. As of the
> introduction of NetView 7.1, the was no RIM for
> Linux, so NetView 7.1.x for
> Linux does not offer direct RDBMS support. So that
> leaves you with two
> choices, so far as I can see.
> You could install and use the Tivoli Data
> Warehouse, which only works
> with DB2, or you could roll-your-own process by
> using the snmpColdump
> command to dump the data to flat files on the
> NetView for Linux machine,
> and then ftp them to an RDBMS somewhere for import.
> You'd have to create
> your own schema and import them there.
> James Shanks
> Level 3 Support for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and
> Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group
> mujawar zuzar
> Sent by:
> Database support on Linux
> 08/29/2005 02:16 for SNMP data
> collection for
> AM Historical
> Please respond to
> Hi List,
> I want to know wether Netview 7.1.4 on Linux
> database for storing SNMP data for historical
> reporting, if yes what are the database supportes
> from where can I find the documentation
> for integrating Netview on Linux with database.
> Zuzar Mujawar
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