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Mario ________________________________ From: Juan C. Show: 10 25 50 100 items per page Previous Next Feed for this topic [INUG-Users] nco_p_mttrapd not running Mario Behring mariobehring at yahoo.com Tue Aug 6 10:11:20 EDT 2013 Previous message: Second, i understand that you are talking to the point, but it just wont pass: lookup table - so simple and attached. Updated on 2007-11-07T09:07:36Z at 2007-11-07T09:07:36Z by SystemAdmin SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 1283 Posts Re: Including lookup table ‏2007-11-07T09:18:49Z This is the accepted answer. http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/failed-to-initialise-d3d11-hatası.html

Can you check permissions on the radview.lookup file ? SystemAdmin 110000D4XK ‏2007-11-07T10:07:07Z HAAAAA you have "ominbus" in the path !!!! -> omnibus :)))) problem solved no ? .. More... humm... http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21386600

First, thanks for helping me. Verify the output against the properties file setting. I replaced the path c:\program > > files\Netcool\OMNIbus\etc\rules in the > snmptrap.rules > > and did the /\ thing. Jul 31 15:50:04 2013: Error: Failed to set the UID of the command /opt/IBM/tivoli/netcool/omnibus/probes/nco_p_mttrapd to 0.

Error: 11/07/07 11:25:43: Information: Connecting ... 11/07/07 11:25:43: Debug: Reading /opt/netcool//omnibus/probes/solaris2/mttrapd.rules 11/07/07 11:25:43: Debug: Plain text rules file detected. 11/07/07 11:25:43: Error: Rules file '/opt/netcool//omnibus/probes/solaris2/mttrapd.rules' line 74: Failed to read lookup Topic Forum Directory >‎ Tivoli >‎ Tivoli >‎ Forum: Netcool OMNIbus >‎ Topic: Including lookup table 16 replies Latest Post - ‏2007-11-07T10:15:50Z by SystemAdmin Display:ConversationsBy Date 1-17 of 17 Previous Next Use of the information >> contained in this email by anyone other than the intended recipient >> is strictly prohibited. This is the accepted answer.

rules attached... Error: 11/07/07 11:17:43: Information: Connecting ... 11/07/07 11:17:43: Debug: Reading /opt/netcool//omnibus/probes/solaris2/mttrapd.rules 11/07/07 11:17:43: Debug: Plain text rules file detected. 11/07/07 11:17:43: Error: Rules file '/opt/netcool//omnibus/probes/solaris2/mttrapd.rules' line 74: Failed to read lookup This is the accepted answer. https://netcoolusers.org/archives/users/2013-August/071186.html I did try the ONIHOME setting too as an environment variable.

SystemAdmin 110000D4XK ‏2007-11-07T08:48:12Z I thought about it too, failed in the past, but tried it again. Mojica Roa To: users at netcoolusers.org Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 1:43 PM Subject: Re: [INUG-Users] nco_pa_status, stop and start not working Hi Mario, You can start the More... Message was edited by: Shahar_Karny,RAD Attachments attachment_14010927_mttrapd.rules 7 KB Log in to reply.

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Log in to reply. https://netcoolusers.org/archives/users/2011-February/061821.html Error: 11/07/07 11:17:43: Information: Connecting ... 11/07/07 11:17:43: Debug: Reading /opt/netcool//omnibus/probes/solaris2/mttrapd.rules 11/07/07 11:17:43: Debug: Plain text rules file detected. 11/07/07 11:17:43: Error: Rules file '/opt/netcool//omnibus/probes/solaris2/mttrapd.rules' line 74: Failed to read lookup Message was edited by: Shahar_Karny,RAD More... SystemAdmin 110000D4XK ‏2007-11-07T08:15:20Z Hi, Why don't you use quotes ? : table radview = { {".1.3.6.1.4.1.164", "RAD Data Communications"} } default = "Unknown" More...

Take a look. http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/failed-to-open-session-error-64.html I guess you win the promised 200$ !* Thanks A LOT !! ______________________________________________ *Since I see you are from Paris, and you only use Euro, the price wont be good for I tried the table I pasted in my rules file it works ... (quotes and comma) (it didn't work without quotes...) Did you make sure your table definition is before any Unanswered question This question has not been answered yet.

More... Check that you have included the file at the correct position within the switch($enterprise) statement - that'll lead you to the error, I suppose. and at the beginning of the file. Check This Out SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 1283 Posts Re: Including lookup table ‏2007-11-07T09:34:31Z This is the accepted answer.

Att. Gilles Brodeur Spécialiste Netcool Services et outils de gestion TIC Services TI d'entreprise Direction Solutions et services TI brodeur.gilles2 at hydro.qc.ca ext : 514.840.3000 ext.:8237 _______________________________________________ Sent by This is the accepted answer.

it gives you debug messages by default.

This is the accepted answer. in the rules file you have to define the table with the statement: table xxxx = “xxxx/xxxx.lookup" default = {"xxxx","yyyy","zzzzz"} You mixed both solutions. Second, i understand that you are talking to the point, but it just wont pass: lookup table - so simple : .1.3.6.1.4.1.164 RAD_Data_Communications (TAB included) the new mttrapd.rules file: table radview This is the accepted answer.

Second, i understand that you are talking to the point, but it just wont pass: lookup table - so simple : .1.3.6.1.4.1.164 RAD_Data_Communications (TAB included) the new mttrapd.rules file: table radview I did the same for the tivoli_eif.props file.... > > Still, I am getting the errors below on their respective log files (even when starting the probe at the command line): When I executed the "nco_pad -name NCO_PA" command with the root user, I did it only for testing purposes....that is not my intention. http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/failed-to-open-a-secure-terminal-session-key-exchange-failed.html Any 'include' or table definitions need to occur at the beginning of your rules.

Group is already assigned to a user or role on line 1 of >>> statement 'alter group 'Netcool_OMNIbus_User' assign members >>> 'ncoadmin';' >>> 2013-07-22T21:11:17: Error: E-OBX-102-019: Failed to >>> execute parsed lol Log in to reply. SystemAdmin 110000D4XK ‏2007-11-07T09:00:21Z humm... nothing else and all comments with # .

com/software/tivoli/gat) # Feb 12, 2014 12:17:51 PM ############################################################################### case ".1.3.6.1.2.1.10.30.15": ### ds3Traps - Traps from DS3-MIB (200409080000Z) log(DEBUG, "<<<<< Entering... Log in to reply. Second, i understand that you are talking to the point, but it just wont pass: lookup table - so simple and attached. Hi, Why don't you use quotes ? : table radview = { {".1.3.6.1.4.1.164", "RAD Data Communications"} } default = "Unknown" Log in to reply.

I seems ok no? Winfried Geyer, Stephan Hesse, Waldemar Wiesner -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- Von: Users [mailto:users-bounces at netcoolusers.org] Im Auftrag von Brodeur, Gilles[2] Gesendet: Mittwoch, 12. SystemAdmin 110000D4XK ‏2007-11-07T09:05:19Z Im including the table file in mttrapd.rules (the general default file) table radview = "/opt/netcool/ominbus/probes/solaris2/radview.lookup" and it is the very fist line after all the comments. Group is already assigned to a user or role on line 1 of >>> statement 'alter group 'Netcool_OMNIbus_User' assign members >>> 'ncoadmin';' >>> 2013-07-30T16:11:58: Error: E-IVM-004-007: Process 0xf2757408 requesting >> execution

SystemAdmin 110000D4XK ‏2007-11-07T09:20:09Z Aie.. :) You have two ways to define a table: 1/ in a rules file the statement is : table xxxx { {“xxx”,”yyy”}, {“zzz”,”xxx”} } default “xxxx” if Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search Probe using default properties invalid; properties; rulesfile; mttrapd; syslog; props; name; probe Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) Probe is configured with I can't run a mttrapd probe with it, I test with the syntax probe. Group is already >>> assigned to a user or role on line 1 of statement 'alter group >>> 'Network_Manager_Client' assign members 'itnmclient';' >>> 2013-07-22T21:11:17: >>> Error: E-OBX-102-019: Failed to execute parsed

in the rules file you have to define the table with the statement: table xxxx = “xxxx/xxxx.lookup" default = {"xxxx","yyyy","zzzzz"} You mixed both solutions. Second, i understand that you are talking to the point, but it just wont pass: lookup table - so simple : .1.3.6.1.4.1.164 RAD_Data_Communications the new mttrapd.rules file: table radview = "/opt/netcool/ominbus/probes/solaris2/radview.lookup" Second, i understand that you are talking to the point, but it just wont pass: lookup table - so simple : .1.3.6.1.4.1.164 RAD_Data_Communications (TAB included) the new mttrapd.rules file: table radview SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 1283 Posts Re: Including lookup table ‏2007-11-07T09:20:09Z This is the accepted answer.

Submit feedback to IBM Support 1-800-IBM-7378 (USA) Directory of worldwide contacts Contact Privacy Terms of use Accessibility Share?Profiles ▼Communities ▼Apps ▼ Forums Netcool OMNIbus Log in to participate Expanded section▼Topic Tags The entry in the mttrapd.rules file : table radview="/opt/netcool/ominbus/probes/solaris2/radview.lookup" The simple lookup table : table radview = { {.1.3.6.1.4.1.164, "RAD Data Communications"} } default = "Unknown" and of course the error