We are running SCOM 2012 R2. I am migrating the OperationsManager database to another server. I will be backing up and restoring the OperationsManager and OCPMDB database to the new server. Other than the necessary changes for the OperationsManager DB (article below), is there anything special I need to do for the OCPMDB?
i don't have the answer, but i want ot ask a question:
do you acteully see the DB in the CheckSettings command?
The MP fully working for me, i even upgraded it a month ago - but i can't find the DB! (i found one instance that is offline for a year)
PS C:\Users\<>> Debug-OCHost -CheckSettings SCOM Clustered Data ONTAP storage discovery : Not installed SCOM Clustered Data ONTAP virtualization discovery : Not installed SCOM 7-mode Data ONTAP storage discovery : Enabled SCOM 7-mode Data ONTAP virtualization discovery : Not installed OCPM VIM service status : Running OCPM VIM service port number : 808 OCPM WMI provider status : OK Remote Registry status : Configured Remote powershell status : Enabled Firewall settings : Not Configured Multipath I/O : Disabled Data ONTAP DSM : Not Configured Microsoft DSM : Not Configured OCPM SQL server instance : Not Available OCPM SQL server port : Not Available
PS C:\Users\<>> Debug-OCHost -CheckVersion ALL OCPM Version : 4.1.1 OCPM Build Number : 2 Powershell Version : 3.0 .NET Versions : .NET 4.5 Full, .NET 3.5 Service Pack 1 Operating System Version : Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard SCOM Version : System Center Operations Manager 2012 Server SCOM Version Number : 7.1.10226.0 Is SCOM Management Server : True SCVMM Version : Not installed Is SCVMM Server : False Is SCO 2012 Management Server : False Is SCO 2012 Runbook Server : False
i was digging around that for a good day. (including packet traces and search in our DBs).. The only place I see the credential interface going to is operation manager DB. (it also has a table for credential there) I guess it’s some sort of miss documentation of their using this DB for it.