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psmmon(1m)							    psmmon(1m)

       psmmon- EMS Peripheral Status Monitor

       The monitor is used to monitor the state of resources recognized by the
       Peripheral  Status  Client/Target  Daemon,  psmctd(1m).	  includes   a
       resource	 dictionary file which is used by the Event Monitoring Service
       to identify resources for monitoring.

       psmmon has no options.

   Application Usage
       This monitor will be deprecated on new server models. Please use System
       Management Homepage (see hpsmh(1M)).

       The EMS Peripheral Status Monitor monitors the following resources:

       The EMS Peripheral Status Monitor provides resource state information.

       Possible values are:

       The resources is UP and working properly.

       The  resource is DOWN and should not be used until it is back in the UP
	      Some resources will go back to the UP state automatically,  when
	      the  monitor  responsible	 for that resource determines that the
	      resource is back in a working state.  However,  other  resources
	      need  manual intervention to be returned to the UP state.	 These
	      resources should be returned to the UP  state  after  they  have
	      been fixed by using the set_fixed(1m) command.

       The  action  required  to return a resource to the UP state, whether it
       will be done automatically by the monitor or requires the set_fixed(1m)
       command, is described in each resource instance description.

       The  state  of  the  resource  is unknown and thus should be considered

       was developed by HP.


       The resource dictionary for
			   describes the location of various resources in  the
			   resource hierarchy.
       Log file for all monitors using the Event Monitoring Service, including
			   Any errors are logged here.

       must  be	 run  by the registrar process of the Event Monitoring Service
       (EMS).  In addition, the Peripheral Status  Client/Target,  psmctd(1m),
       must also be running.

       psmctd(1m), ems(5), set_fixed(1m)


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