Hello Matt, my advice to bypass some troubleshooting is to:
- Go to the devices tab
- Navigate into the device that represents one of your novel servers
- Click "Add > New Monitor"
- Ensure "SNMP" is selected on the left, and then click "Drive Space" on the right
- Ensure the address is correct, remove the checkbox from WMI, and click next
You should hopefully see drives being found. In that spot, we're using host resources and I find it exceedingly unlikely that novel doesn't offer up the drives.
If you do see the drive found, then I would point you (within the discovery section) at "SmartMonitor Recommended Settings" and ensure drive space is set to be recommended.
Let us know how it goes?
Yeah, I get "No disk drives were found at <server name>". This makes little sense to me b/c SNMP is configured properly and I'm getting other counters.
If you have a snmp walker, I would suggest walking "188.8.131.52.2.1.25" against your novel machine. See what comes up... my wager is nothing. Here's a link to the host resources mib to give you an example of what we're consuming.
Edit: Since you've verified that the hostmib.nlm is loaded, what I guess I'm really after is verifying if ipMonitor or the ipMonitor box is getting the values it's looking for. Can you use ipMonitor's walker instead?
1) goto "configuration tab" > "SNMP Monitor Wizard"
2) provide the address, community, and oid ( 184.108.40.206.2.1.25 )
3) Click next, then wait, and review the "Results of SNMP Scan" (it should include at least one hrStorageType)