2015-07-27 12:41 PM
I'm running DFM 5.2 on RHEL 5.11. I noticed that, in the GUI, one of the volumes was not updating stats. I tried doing a dfm host discover. I did a dfm volume list -a, and saw the volume listed, along with what looked to be an old version of the volume on another (non-existent) host, which was deleted. Thinking the identical names was an issue, I deleted the volume (dfm volume delete), removed both volumes from the deleted list (dfm volume delete -f), and ran dfm host discover again.
The controller is an N-Series N6240 running 8.1.2P3.
The volume still doesn't show up in dfm volume list -a. Does anyone have any insight?
2015-07-29 05:27 AM
Need few clarifiation
Is it a CDOT OCUM installation?
what is the monsnmpTimeout configured on OCUM server?
OCUM discovers the volumes using SNMp (snmpbulkwalk) by querying the table volTable.
Enable this tetspoint TESTPOINT(0, fsmon, "snmp-stats") , share the DFMDC logs
Does the externam snmpbulkwalk on volTable show the volume?
2015-07-29 07:55 AM
Thanks for the response.
This is 7-mode - apologies for not stating that.
monsnmpTimeout is 60.
I tried snmpbulkwalk -c public -v 2c <host> volTable, but got
volTable: Unknown Object Identifier (Sub-id not found: (top) -> volTable)
If I try snmpbulkwalk -c public -v 2c <host> system, I get a response that looks reasonably accurate.
I'm not very vluent with snmp - not sure if the above is what you meant by "Does the externam snmpbulkwalk on volTable show the volume?", and I'm not sure what you mean by enabling a testpoint?
The last few lines of dfmcmd.log show my refreshing the host system, then nothing else:
Jul 27 10:54:42 [dfm: INFO]: [7696:0x2b475d2b0100]: Refreshing data from host <host> (3801) now.
Jul 27 13:34:16 [dfm: INFO]: [7730:0x2b22a96c5100]: Refreshing data from host <host> (3801) now.
Jul 29 08:31:34 [dfmconfig: INFO]: [2583:0x2b12e4843100]: No configurations were found.
I think another admin was doing some work on snmp with the controllers; I think this problem may predate that, but for now DFM is reporting that snmp is down. I will followup there.
2015-07-30 08:05 AM
Tablename should be replaced with its corresponding OID.
Syntax to run snmp query:
snmpbulkwalk -c public -v 2c <host> .18.104.22.168.4.1.722.214.171.124.X
where .126.96.36.199.4.1.7188.8.131.52.X is the OID for volTable
Hope this helps.