We haven't talked about Management Information Database's files since Chapter 2, Discovering Devices but at some point, we may need a MIB that Zenoss Core does not provide. If we see OID numbers (for example, .22.214.171.124.4.1.3126.96.36.199.1.3) in our events, then that indicates that we need to update our MIBs. To find a MIB and its dependencies, we can search the following resources:
We will use the
MSFT-MIB.mib file (found at http://mibsearch.com) to demonstrate how to register a MIB with Zenoss Core. First, copy the
/usr/local/zenoss/common/share/mibs/site/. Second, run the following command as the Zenoss user:
If the command ...