Have you run discovery for the template against this server?
This means that there are no COMPONENTS for the server in question discovered for the underlying Component template.
After you create a Component template and base a Snapshot job on that, you need to create a component either manually from thsi for every server or just run a discovery job to automatically create components for server(s),
In your case the server has no discovered/created components.
I thought you could run a snapshot against a live Server without running the discovery job. I want to stick the snapshot job into a batch job for new servers, but this won't work if i need a to run the discovery job.
If you are using a template based snapshot, you need to run discover.
If you are using an asset based snapshot you don’t need discovery.
So using the Windows component template won't work? How would i do an asset based snapshot?
You can discover the template against the server first. are you not able to run a discovery job?
Otherwise, create a new snapshot job, select ‘snapshot server assets’ and add the parts you want directly to the job.
Are you confusing the terms? You can do an Audit Job against Components or against Live Server Objects. When you create an Audit Job, on the first page you can "Select Audit Job Type"
- Audit components (requires Components to be created first)
- Audit server objects (can use an existing live "Master" server and it's objects)
The default is "Audit components" which sometimes confuses people if you don't catch that.
Running a Snapshot job against a large number of Windows Servers, it gets about 3 quarters of the way through then stops, the job still shows as running in the task bar, but if you right click and show results on the job, nothing exists and if you try and cancel the running task you get the following error
can you run:
- Select * from job where job_id = 47478;
- Select * from job_run where job_id = 47478 and job_run_id = 34806;
Did you get to the root of this?
Please share with the cimmunity.
Thanks & Regards,