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Please try the request again. As of PRTG version 15.x.16, the HP ProLiant System Health sensor shows the status of IML in a dedicated channel so that you can find out more easily the reason for HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant. SNMP and some other (forgot, but it's the admin guide of HP, so read it :)).

There's also an update to HP MP which we are not yet using so I am unaware if the issue has been fixed already in the newest version. -TeroMCT | MCSE So it's either having no monitoring or more detailed monitoring - of course, we went for more details, but since our testing systems were in a state where the IML was Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information. The IML would show you.It will also pick up Memory errors which again are not fatal but probably should be investigated. 0 Kudos Reply Ruma_1 Occasional Visitor Options Mark as New

The following views are added on the Operations Manager Console after successful installation of the HP ProLiant Server Management Packs for Operations Manager 2007: HP Servers--This is the root folder that I check all of them and try Clear Alerts Checked it doesn't work, I try Clear all IML Entry it doesn't work... These scripts are associated with each HP ProLiant Server WMI Health Monitor and run automatically when the state of a monitor changes. HPProLiantBLServersGroupProLiantBLServer HealthRollupMonitor : HP ProLiant BL Server to HP ProLiant BL Servers Group Health Rollup Monitor Dependency Monitor HP ProLiant BL Servers Group This Health Rollup Monitor rolls up from the

HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant. so if any in the hp log are in a bad state and not set to resolved (clear or fixed or whatever the word was...) it means it will see a This entry was posted in SCOM 2007 R2, SCOM 2012 and tagged HP, Management Pack, SCOM 2007 R2, SCOM 2012. Why does this error suddenly appear?

If you just setup SNMP monitoringand the HP agents of these systems haven't enabled this, that might cause the error.Rob Korving http://jama00.wordpress.com/ Sunday, March 21, 2010 2:25 PM Reply | Quote There are errors but old e.g.: 3/28/2011 and then green later 4/05/2011... April 28th, 2011 3:32am Hi, there is the option to Clear the log (export it first if the information is important to you). /RogerThis posting is provided "AS IS" with no Does that one also still refer to any of the logs or items to be other than healthy?

Here is an example that shows an error in the Integrated Management Log (IML): Click to enlarge. http://www.networksteve.com/enterprise/topic.php/HP_ProLiant_SNMP_Hardware_Logs_Collection_Health_Monitor/?TopicId=38899&Posts=15 HPProLiantWMIServerNetworksHealthMonitor: HP ProLiant WMI Server Networks Collection Health Monitor Unit Monitor HP ProLiant WMI Server Networks Collection Runs a script to get HP ProLiant WMI Server Networks Collection Health. Server Diagram view The Server Diagram view provides a graphical display of groups and associated HP servers and subsystems (collections). HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant.WMI.

Bob Cornelissen - BICTT (My BICTT Blog) Hi Bob, I have tried to set them to repaired but the entries remain on the HP Console!!!.. his comment is here Add comment Created on Dec 9, 2014 7:45:32 AM by ronnyvdb (0) Last change on Sep 1, 2015 11:37:44 AM by Luciano Lingnau [Paessler Support] Permalink Votes:0 Your Vote: Up Down A new OID checks for more possible error cases, so the sensor now detects errors that it could not show before. The PRTG server was rebooted last week.

HP MP version is 1.0.33.0, any help in this regards appreciated. For additional system data, you can view the HP System Management Homepage on the individual server or use HP SIM to manage multiple systems. HP Management Servers view The HP Management Servers view lists all computers that host the HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM) application for cross-platform hardware resource lifecycle management. http://permamatrix.net/hp-proliant/hp-ilo-system-health-degraded.html HPProLiantServerNetworks HealthRollupMonitor : HP ProLiant Server Networks to HP ProLiant Server Health Rollup Monitor Dependency Monitor HP ProLiant Server This Health Rollup Monitor rolls up from Server Networks to HP ProLiant

HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant.WMI. Check the Detected Error on Your HP Server Please log into the web interface System Management Homepage of your HP Server. Context: Date and Time: 11/11/2011 10:20:52 AM Property Name Property Value Processors_SNMP.HealthState HealthSuccess Cooling_SNMP.

In the lookup definition, change state="Error" to state="Warning" and save your settings.

HPProLiantSNMPManagementProcessorsHealthMonitor : HP ProLiant SNMP Management Processors Collection Health Monitor Unit Monitor HP ProLiant SNMP Management Processors Collection Runs a script to get HP ProLiant SNMP Management Processors Collection Health. HPProLiantSNMPUPSHealthMonitor : HP ProLiant SNMP UPS Collection Health Monitor Unit Monitor HP ProLiant SNMP UPS Collection Runs a script to get HP ProLiant SNMP UPS Collection Health HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant.SNMP. this update broke all of my Proliant sensors as well. Free PRTG Download >> What is this?

HPProLiantServersGroupDLServersGroup HealthRollupMonitor : HP ProLiant DL Servers Group to HP ProLiant Servers Group Health Rollup Monitor Dependency Monitor HP ProLiant Servers Group This Health Rollup Monitor rolls up from the HP Then wait long enough for SCOM to rescan. HPProLiantLogs HealthRollupMonitor : HP ProLiant Hardware Logs to HP ProLiant Server Health Rollup Monitor Dependency Monitor HP ProLiant Server This Health Rollup Monitor rolls up from Hardware Logs to HP ProLiant navigate here Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information.

I looked at the SMH on the HP server and all is Green. You can disable the diagnostic script execution for a monitor on all servers or on a single server. HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant. Any suggestions.

is SCOM taking too many items not looking only at the most recent ones? 2. HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant. Click Close. as errors of 2007 are still listed ...even after using several times the - Mark Seelcted Items Reopaied - Mark All Items repaired - Clear All IML Entries in the IML

You can choose not to run a diagnostic script by changing the diagnostic script override property from Enabled to False for any HP ProLiant Server WMI Health Collection monitor. HPProLiantSNMPManagement.cpqvcagent.HealthMonitor: HP ProLiant Insight Management Agents Health Monitor Unit Monitor HP ProLiant SNMP Management Monitors the health of HP Version Control Agents. According to this site there's a way to do it from the command line, but it's not a one-liner. I mean you want to KNOW if your server has errors.

HPProLiantWMIManagement.WMISTOR.HealthMonitor: HP ProLiant Insight WMI Management Providers Health Monitor (HP WMI Storage Providers) Unit Monitor HP ProLiant WMI Management Monitors the health of HP WMI Storage Providers. HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant.WMI. HealthState HealthSuccess RealtimeMonitors_SNMP.HealthState HealthSuccess TemperatureSensors_ SNMP.HealthState HealthSuccess Logs_SNMP.HealthState HealthError Logs_SNMP.FailedComponent Integrated Management Log Server Others_SNMP.HealthState HealthSuccess Health explorer Cause: The cause is in the computer's local HP log which is in For details, see PRTG Manual: Define Lookups, section "Customizing Lookups".

All of my other HP servers are reporting correctly in PRTG. You can check by going to that monitor in health explorer, get properties of monitor, check the Health tab.