Newer version of the OMSA MIBs
Trond Hasle Amundsen
t.h.amundsen at usit.uio.no
Tue Mar 2 09:43:38 CST 2010
Tino Schwarze <linux-poweredge.lists at tisc.de> writes:
> On Tue, Mar 02, 2010 at 03:37:44PM +0100, Trond Hasle Amundsen wrote:
>> > I found this:
>> > http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/format.aspx?c=us&cs=555&l=en&s
>> > =biz&deviceid=2331&libid=36&releaseid=R251021&vercnt=3&formatcnt=0&Syste
>> > mID=PWE_M610&servicetag=&os=RHEL5&osl=en&catid=-1&dateid=-1&typeid=-1&fo
>> > rmatid=-1&impid=-1&checkFormat=true
>> > Which I got to by going to http://support.dell.com, selecting
>> > Enterprise, searched by HW type, chose a M610, selected RHEL 5, then
>> > went to the System Management section, and found OM.
>> Yeah, but this is OM. I'm looking for the MIBs associated with it,
>> titled "MIBs for PowerEdge", currently available in version 6.0.1.
>> Version 6.0.1 of the MIBs is not new enough. For example, a physical
>> drive can (tested with OM 184.108.40.206) have a state "Replacing" as reported
>> by omreport. Via SNMP this corresponds to the value "22", which is not
>> defined in the MIBs.
> Why not just use the MIB files delivered with OMSA? I've got these in an
> OMSA 6.1 install:
> And 6.2 has these:
Doh.. I checked in the downloaded tarball, but forgot to check if
anything was installed vi RPM. Thanks, I'll look at these from now on :)
The "Replacing" state for physical disks (mentioned above) is still
missing from the MIBs (version 220.127.116.11), but I'll manage. The MIBs don't
seem to be 100% updated with the new features, but certainly better than
the obsolete 6.0.1 version.
PS. If someone from Dell is reading this.. If you don't plan to maintain
the separate MIB download, it should be removed.
Trond H. Amundsen <t.h.amundsen at usit.uio.no>
Center for Information Technology Services, University of Oslo
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