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HP EVA provider (Command View)

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Updated: June 16, 2017

This information is provided 'as-is' as a reference for our customers. SolarWinds provides no guarantees as to the accuracy of this information as the software is built and distributed by 3rd party vendors who may make changes at any time. SolarWinds does not provide official support for problems related to vendor's SMI-S Providers, but customers can seek support via Thwack. Our product team and other knowledgeable customers regularly use these forums and may be able to assist you.

The HP Provider is an installable option with Command View. If it is not selected during install, you can either run the Command View install again from CD (the install will detect that SMI-S was not selected) or Download and install the SMI-S provider from the HP website.

The SMI-S provider for HP EVA should not have more than one SRM Profiler proxy agent polling it. Being the SMI-S provider for HP EVA is single threaded, this will cause latency issues with polling.

Windows install

Post install, follow the steps in Add Users to HP Groups.

  1. Double-click the setup for Command View 8.
  2. Select a language.
  3. Click Next at the introduction screen.
  4. If you agree, accept the License agreement. Click Next.
  5. Accept the license key agreement. Click Next.
  6. Choose Install Set. Check EVA PerfMon and SMI-S Cimom. Click Next.
  7. Keep in mind the Security Groups Configuration for post installation. Click Next.
  8. Verify the Pre-Installation Summary. Click Install.
  9. Click Done.

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