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SRM Profiler server

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Updated: June 16, 2017

The SRM Profiler server consists of a database, web server, collector, poller, event receiver, and a maintenance process.

SRM Profiler uses a variety of methods to collect data, both local and remote. SRM Profiler can collect most data remotely, including storage arrays (NAS and SAN), VMware® hosts and virtual machines, Fibre Channel switches, databases (SQL and Oracle®) and file analysis.

Virtualization is disabled when you are running SRM Profiler in evaluation mode.

For physical servers, agents are required on those servers. Some of the methods that SRM Profiler uses to collect data includes: SMI-S, Telnet/SSH, SNMP, CIFS/NFS, API, WMI, SQL queries, Web Services, command line, and log parsing. Primary communication between the SRM Profiler server and agents occurs on ports 4319 TCP (HTTP) and 162 UDP (SNMP).

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