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Document Information

1.  Using This Documentation

Documentation and Feedback

About This Documentation

Change History

2.  Introduction

Getting Started

Requirements

3.  Deploying Oracle HMC 3.1 for Operations Manager

Upgrading from Sun Servers Integration for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager

Upgrading from Previous Oracle HMC Versions

Getting the Software

Installing Oracle HMC 3.1 for Operations Manager

4.  Monitoring Sun x86 Servers in Operations Manager

Configuring Monitoring of Sun x86 Servers

Discovering Sun x86 Servers

Changing the Frequency of Server Discovery

To change the frequency of server discovery:

Sun x86 Server Specific Views

Server State Views

Sun x86 Server Tasks

Events for Sun x86 Servers View

Active Alerts for Sun x86 Servers View

Health Explorer

Power Consumption of Sun x86 Servers View

Sun x86 Server Components View

Sun x86 Server Diagram View

Configuring Monitoring of ASR

ASR Traps for Sun x86 Servers View

5.  Troubleshooting

Server Entity Health Status Not Updating

Details of a Component or Device Monitor Not Updating

Index

Configuring Monitoring of Sun x86 Servers

To configure Sun x86 servers so that they can be monitored using the Oracle HMC 3.1 for Operations Manager, Oracle Server Management Agents must be installed on each of the Sun x86 servers. The Oracle Server Management Agents component provides flexible in-band management agents that enable you to monitor your Sun x86 server and blade module's hardware. The Oracle Server Management Agents component is available as part of the Oracle Hardware Management Pack. For more information, see:

http://www.oracle.com/goto/ohmp

For more information about installing Oracle Server Management Agents, refer to the Oracle Server Management Agents User's Guide available from:

http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=ohmp