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cmsnmpd(1m)							   cmsnmpd(1m)

       cmsnmpd - SNMP subAgent that services the High Availability cluster MIB


       cmsnmpd is a subAgent that together with the SNMP  Master  Agent	 (snm‐
       pdm),  form  the	 SNMP Agent for a particular system.  The cmsnmpd pro‐
       vides  the  instrumentation  for	 the  High  Availability  cluster  MIB
       objects.	  The  cmsnmpd	is  a separate process, yet registers with the
       SNMP Master Agent, and the two share a procedural interface.

       The cmsnmpd sends asynchronous event notifications called "traps".   By
       default,	 SNMP traps are not sent to any destination.  To configure the
       agent to send traps to one or more specific destinations, add the  trap
       destinations to /etc/SnmpAgent.d/snmpd.conf.

       The  SNMP  Master Agent and the cmsnmpd collaborate to send High Avail‐
       ability cluster-related traps and information.  For example, a trap  is
       sent when the cluster configuration changes, or when a Highly Available
       package has failed. A complete list of all  the	cluster-related	 traps
       can be found on systems with OpenView installed. On an OpenView manage‐
       ment   station,	 the   trap   descriptions    can    be	   found    in

   Supported MIB Objects
       The  Management Information Base (MIB) is a conceptual database of val‐
       ues on the agent system.	 The cmsnmpd implements the hp-cluster and hp-
       sgcluster  MIB objects.	Included in these MIBs are descriptions of the
       cluster configuration, as well as the current status  of	 each  cluster
       component.   A  complete	 list of all the High Availability MIB objects
       can be found on systems with OpenView installed. On an OpenView manage‐
       ment   station,	 the   MIB   object   descriptors   can	 be  found  in

cmsnmpd Startup
       Startup is controlled by the setting of the AUTOSTART_CMSNMPD  variable
       in  the /etc/rc.config.d/cmsnmpagt file. If AUTOSTART_CMSNMPD is set to
       1, the cmsnmpd is started automatically each time the system boots. The
       variable should be set to 1 if you will be using ClusterView to monitor
       your Highly Available clusters through OpenView.	 If  AUTOSTART_CMSNMPD
       is  set	to 0, the cmsnmpd is not started automatically when the system

       If configured for autostart, the cmsnmpd should startup	automatically,
       after  the  SNMP	 Master Agent starts, each time the system reboots, or
       any time the system transitions from run level 1 to run level  2.  When
       the   system   enters   run   level   2,	  the	system	 will  execute
       /sbin/init.d/SnmpMaster which will start the Master Agent.   Similarly,
       /sbin/init.d/cmsnmpagt  will  start  the	 cmsnmpd immediately after the
       Master Agent is started.

       Prior to executing these startup scripts the system  will  examine  all
       scripts	in  /etc/rc.config.d  for  environment	variables  which could
       potentially influence the startup of the Master Agent and the  cmsnmpd.
       See  the	 specific  startup script or configuration file for details on
       supported environment variables. The user should never  modify  scripts
       in /sbin/init.d.	 Instead, the startup behavior should be controlled by
       adjusting values in the configuration script /etc/rc.config.d/cmsnmpd.

       There are two ways to start the SNMP Master Agent and the cmsnmpd manu‐
       ally.   The  first  way	is to execute snmpdm and then start cmsnmpd by
       invoking the cmsnmpd executable (/usr/lbin/cmsnmpd).

       The second and simplest way to start the SNMP Agent manually is to exe‐
       cute  the  snmpd	 startup script which will invoke the Master Agent and
       all subAgents who have been installed and designed to operate  in  this
       paradigm.   The	snmpd  startup	script is layered upon the V.4 startup
       paradigm	 and  so  makes	 use  of  the  component  startup  scripts  in
       /sbin/init.d and configuration scripts in /etc/rc.config.d.  When snmpd
       is invoked it passes all its command line arguments to snmpdm and  then
       executes each script found in /sbin/SnmpAgtStart.d.


       cmsnmpd was developed by Hewlett-Packard.


       snmpd(1m), snmpd.conf(4).

		    Requires Optional Serviceguard Software	   cmsnmpd(1m)

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