NetIQ AppManager 6.x
NetIQ AppManager 7.0.x
SNMP Generic Toolkit 1.0
How many streams of data will a Generic Knowledge Script (KS) create?
The SNMP Generic Toolkit treats each SNMP Value retrieved as a separate and independent data point. Running SNMP jobs at intervals will create standard AppManager streams of data points for these SNMP Values. The number of data streams is simple to calculate with the following formula:
- SyncGet / SyncPoll / SyncSet: Number of SNMP ODE/OIDs specified multiplied by the number of devices on which the Knowledge Script (KS) is dropped.
- SyncGetTable / SyncPollTable: Number of SNMP Data ODE/OIDs specified multiplied by the number of devices on which the KS is dropped and multiplied by the number of rows retrieved from each device, respectively.
Note: SyncGetTable and SyncPollTable also require specifying Descriptive ODE/OIDs. These SNMP Values are used as Table Indices that uniquely identify each row retrieved from an SNMP Table. Descriptive ODE/OIDs are informational only and no processing is done on the retrieved values. The values are simply displayed in SNMP Success Events and the Data Details of Data Points for reference purposes.