What appears on the HostInfo node - it should be put in ldom_uuid.
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Thanks andrew for the information. Yes it appears in the hostinfo node with ldom_uuid
Then what is the issue - it seams to be finding the uuid given ldom_uuid is present.
No issues, its resolved.
We have a similar question. We have Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 s10s_u10wos_17b SPARC that running two containers VM. (like Docker container) We have full access to the host, and the host is the show the Oracle databases running. But, discovery script is not capturing the process.
Here is the ps-ef | grep -I pmon output from the host
0032000 1682 1 0 Nov 29 ? 47:02 ora_pmon_%name% 0032000 13041 1 0 Nov 26 ? 85:48 ora_pmon_%name%
Here is the ps -ef | grep -I lsnr
0032000 12359 1 0 Nov 26 ? 0:01 /oracle/%name%/home/products/12102/bin/tnslsnr WEBMDBQA_LISTENER2 -inherit 0032000 12408 1 0 Nov 26 ? 0:01 /oracle/%name%/home/products/12102/bin/tnslsnr WEBMDBQA_LISTENER3 -inherit 2000 12248 1 0 Nov 26 ? 113:01 /oracle/%name%/home/products/12102/bin/tnslsnr WEBMDBQA_LISTENER -inherit
Here is the results of the procesList
49 process without the process is listed. (I am listing the processes due security concerns)
How does a scan of the vm container suppose to work? Shouldn't a pattern trigger access the containers? Should the access be provided at the container level? The pattern see the container zone but, does not scan the two VM in the host.
I don't quite follow you. Presumably you mean zones? If you do then these are currently scanned as distinct hosts. There is no reaching inside to scan them.
Yes. I mean zones. Here is screen shot.
When you say "currently scanned as distinct hosts"? Do you mean I have don't need additional access other than a host that hosting the zone or do I need to request a credential to scan the zone has distinct hosts? Right now, I only see the zone name not the detail discovery of the VM.
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So you scan the main global zone host and each zone as a different host. So if you have 2 zones you would need 3 IPs, one for the host, one for each of the zones.