This section lists the Rhino management console commands for inspecting the static OID coverage in a deployment.
You can also get a list of these commands with the
help static command.
For details about these commands, see the viewing SNMP static OIDs section in Rhino Administration and Deployment Guide.
This command checks whether the installed components have all their OID parts, counter mappings, and MIB aliases set.
The command returns a pass/fail result. In a fail result, use the JSON formatted output of the audit results to examine where audit for OID coverage has failed. This output describes where a static OID part or MIB alias may be missing.
This command lists the mapped MIB aliases and OID parts of all installed components. It allows you to see which components have mappings.
|If there are missing statistics for a component that don’t cause an audit failure, this command shows that the base OID for the component isn’t set.
This command lists all the parameter set types and their assigned static OIDs.
If there is no static mapping for a parameter set type, the output is displayed as
--cleared--, which implies that a static OID mapping is missing for the parameter set type or its parent components.
The metric CMP parameter set types don’t support static OIDs, so
--cleared-- is displayed for them.
This command lists the static OID mappings installed for profile tables and resource adaptors. Use it to verify the profile table and resource adaptor entity mappings.
The command shows whether the OID suffix mappings descriptor documents installed on a deployed Rhino instance account for every profile table and resource adaptor entity mapping.
This command lists all OID suffixes assigned to each counter mapping.
Use it to find where there may be missing OID suffix mappings to counter statistics.