We have some processes running both from OE management and from CRONTAB scheduled jobs. Is it possible to send a SNMP signal ? (I assume it does:-)) Could anyone point me in correct direction for doing that kind of job? The customer has a MOM system for monitoring SNMP Messages, and I would like to send a signal saying that a process is alive.
Both for Linux and for Windows processes.
What platform? For linux there is an 'snmptest' and 'snmpwalk' command line tools. You can probably install them for your distribution.
OEM has an SNMP adapter add-on that can send SNMP messages when an alert is fired. The .mib file is in the ./config directory for OEM.
Both Linux and Windows. I will try to have a look at snmptest. I only need to send, not read from. As far as I know the OEM SNMP adapter cost $2500 ... I hoped it was possible to do something a tool like SnmpSharpNet.... but I was not able to load that dll in the assamblie.