The integration of Entuity and BMC Atrium CMDB enables data from one or more Entuity servers to be imported and viewed in BMC Atrium CMDB. This data includes:
- manufacturer name.
- serial number.
- IP address.
- server name.
- server location.
Entuity currently integrates with the following versions of BMC Atrium CMDB:
The Entuity integration for BMC Atrium CMDB fuses the Entuity and BMC Atrium CMDB permission models. You can only export data to a BMC Atrium CMDB server from Entuity when you have the appropriate user permissions.
The Entuity integration for BMC Atrium CMDB integration is a licensable module.
Required Linux Red Hat 6 packages:
When running the integration on Linux Red Hat 6, the Entuity server requires 4 additional packages:
- compat-libstdc+ +-33.i686
To check if a package is installed, use the RMP Package Manager (RPM) from the command line. For example, to check if the package glibc.i686 is installed, from the command line enter:
rpm -q glibc.i686
When the package is installed, RPM returns details, e.g.:
When the package is not installed, RPM returns:
glibc.i686 is not installed
To check all packages in one instruction, enter:
for i in libgcc.i686 glibc.i686 nss-softokn-freebl.i686 compat-libstdc++-33.i686; do rpm –q $i ;done
You must install any missing packages to the server before using the integration. Your system should be registered with Red Hat Network Classic and be set up to receive software updates.
To install missing packages via the command line package utility Yellowdog Updater, Modified (YUM), enter:
yum install libgcc.i686 glibc.i686 nss-softokn-freebl.i686 compat-libstdc++-33.i686