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Oracle® Server Management Agent for Oracle Solaris 11.3 User's Guide

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Updated: October 2017

Oracle Server Hardware SNMP Plugins

The Oracle Server Hardware SNMP Plugins consists of Net-SNMP plugins, these include versions of hardware-specific Management Information Bases (MIB) which have been designed to enable you to monitor your Oracle servers effectively.

Note -  Even with the appropriate Oracle Hardware Management Pack for Solaris components installed, you still need to configure the Hardware Management Agent to support SNMP requests. See Configuring the Hardware Management Agent and Hardware SNMP Plugins.

The sunHwMonMIB describes the state of sensors and alarms on your servers and provides the following information:

  • Overall system alarm status

  • Aggregate alarm status by device type

  • FRU Alarm status

  • Lists of sensors, sensor types, sensor readings, and sensor thresholds

  • Indicator states

  • System locator control

  • Inventory including basic manufacturing information

  • Product and chassis inventory information (such as serial number and part numbers)

  • Per-sensor alarm status

The sunHwTrapMIB describes a set of traps for hardware events that can be generated by an Oracle server and provides the following information:

  • Conditions affecting the environmental state of the server (such as temperature, voltage, and current out-of-range conditions)

  • Error conditions affecting the hardware components in the server such as FRU insertion and removal and security intrusion notification

The sunStorageMIB provides the following information about system storage:

  • Basic manufacturing information, properties, and alarm status for controllers

  • Properties and alarm status for disks

  • Properties and alarm status for RAID volumes

  • Status of logical components