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Just installed onCommand Core 5.0
Trying to get perfomance data
Im Managment console on Manage perfomance setup i see Perf status: perf-advisor-not enabled
In Operation manager Setup>Options>Perfomance Advisor there is no option Perfomance advisor enable as i read in manual
only protocols settings
dfm host diag said:
Performance Advisor ChecklistperfAdvisorEnabled Failed (perfAdvisorEnabled set to Disabled)hostType PassedhostRevision PassedhostLogin PassedperfAdvisorTransport Passed
dfm options list perfadvisorenabled said:Error: There is no perfadvisorenabled option.
How i can enable it
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It seems that performance advisor is not enabled in your setup.Please use the below command to enable the performance advisor.
[root@lnx186-77 ~]# dfm option set perfAdvisorEnabled=Enabled
Changed performance advisor enabled to Enabled.
[root@lnx186-77 ~]# dfm option list perfAdvisorEnabled
And, to get the perf data of storage system you need to set thecredential of the storage system.
Please let me know for any further assignment
As i said before
dfm option set perfAdvisorEnabled=Enabled
Error: perfAdvisorEnabled is not a valid option.
dfm option list perfAdvisorEnabled
Error: There is no perfAdvisorEnabled option
Ok, what about other options related to performance advisor. Are you able to list the other options related to performance advisor.
Can you able to list the below options.
perfAdvisorPollInterval 5 minutes
perfAdvThreshViolationMonInterval 15 minutes
perfSampleRate1 1 minute
perfSampleRate2 5 minutes
perfSampleRate3 15 minutes
perfSampleRate4 30 minutes
Post the first four lines of the 'dfm diag' output ton confirm that you did not install Express.
OnCommand Core 5.0 Express has no mechanism to enable Performance Advisor. Standard does contain the Performance Advisor features.
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Oh thank you!
You are right - we use a express setup
There is no words about this limitation in manual
Thank you again!
Just ran into this problem at a customer site. "Express" was accidentally chosen when OnCommand Core was installed.
The easiest fix is to run the installer again. It will ask if you want to update the existing database - just say "Yes".
Then, during the run of the installer, be sure to select "Standard" and not "Express".
It is OK if you are run the installer again, even if the installer is exactly the same version as the version of OnCommand that is already installed. (We verified this to be true with 5.1.X).
The same issue. oncommand reinstallation solved. Choose standard, not express setup!