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Agent For Monitoring Solaris SPARC Operating Systems

Agent For Monitoring Solaris SPARC Operating Systems

There's already a Linux Agent in the works for SAM that addresses most of the limitations associated with Agentless monitoring of Solaris hosts. What about an Agent that addressed the same/similar limitations for the Solaris SPARC operating system?

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Level 8

What would it take to get this agent included in the next release of SAM?

Too bad more of SolarWinds isn't open sourced so that the talented Thwack community could help develop some of these needed features. I would think that might be something that would drive more customers to using SolarWinds, away from Nagios and the like.

Level 20

We need a Solaris agent badly!

Level 20

I'm thinking this might be a good vote and bumbsquad FR.

Level 8

bump

Level 8

We no longer use SNMP service.  So we need an agent.

I am in favor of this vote. I hope that agent will be provided soon.

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dthiele  wrote:

What would it take to get this agent included in the next release of SAM?

Too bad more of SolarWinds isn't open sourced so that the talented Thwack community could help develop some of these needed features. I would think that might be something that would drive more customers to using SolarWinds, away from Nagios and the like.

Do you mind sharing how many Solaris servers you have in your environment that you would use this type of feature for?

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ecklerwr1  wrote:

We need a Solaris agent badly!

Hiya Bill, how many servers do you have in your environment that are Solaris?

Level 20

I have 17 Solaris servers in my network still today.  Thanks Serena... Bill.

Level 8

We have 71 Solaris 11.4 servers.

Level 7

Have the same issue.


No longer using SNMP, and have 19+ servers we need to monitor.

We're pulling away from SNMP and switching to the SolarWinds Agent for all our Linux/Unix servers.