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Integrating HP-UX with LEM

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Updated 9/18/2017

Overview

This article provides steps to install and configure a SolarWinds LEM agent on an HP-UX server.

Environment

  • LEM 6.3.1+
  • LEM Agent for HP-UX

Steps

  1. Download the HP-UX lem agent installer from http://customerportal.solarwinds.com.
  2. SCP the downloaded zip to HP-UX Server OR use WinSCP to copy to /tmp on the HP-UX server.
  3. Extract the SolarWinds-LEM-v6.3.1-HPUXItaniumAgentInstaller.zip file using the unzip or gzip command OR extract the file on your windows machine and upload the setup.bin file to /tmp.
  4. As root chmod +x /tmp/setup.bin
  5. Execute the running the command ./setup.bin
  6. If the installation is successful and the LEM-agent daemon started automatically, you should see the connection to LEM manager by running the command netstat -an | grep 3789

7. Now you should be able to see the HP-UX node in the LEM web console under Manage > Nodes.

8. Configure the HP-ux syslog connector with default settings and start it.

9. Create a new filter like Toolalis=HP-UX syslog.

 

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