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For a list of the supported operating system versions, see Supported Operating Systems and Versions. Before you run the wizard, gather the following information: At a minimum, you will need a low-privileged account established on the UNIX or Linux computer to discover it.
To install an agent, you will need privileged access. For more information, see Resource Pool Design Considerations. At the bottom of the navigation pane, click Discovery Wizard. On the Discovery Criteria page, do the following: Click Add to define a discovery scope.
In the Discovery Criteria dialog box, do the following: If you choose to discover only computers with the agent installed, the only credential that you will need to provide is for the agent verification.
Important Discovering only computers with the agent installed requires that the agent is currently installed and configured with a signed certificate.
To specify the credentials for installing an agent, click Set credentials. Alternatively, to use default credentials, check the box Use Run As Credentials. The default account is one that is associated with All Managed Objects. Click Discover to display the Discovery Progress page.
The time it takes to finish discovery depends on many factors, such as the criteria specified and the configuration of the environment. If a large number or more of computers are being discovered or agents are being installed, the Operations console will not be usable during discovery and agent installation.
On the Computer Selection page, on the Manageable computers tab, select the computers that you want to be managed. The Additional results tab lists any errors and computers that are already being managed.
On the Computer Management page, after the deployment process is completed, click Done. Note Solaris Zones are supported on Solaris 10 or newer versions. In monitoring a computer with Zones, each Zone is treated like a separate computer. You must install the agent on each computer that you want to monitor.
Install the agent on the global zone first, because sparse zones share files with the global zone. If you try to install on a sparse zone first, the installation fails. For more information about troubleshooting, see Operating System Issues.
Next steps For more information on how to install the agent and understand the steps for signing the agent certificate, see Install Agent and Certificate on UNIX and Linux Computers Using the Command Line To learn how to configure object discovery rules and disable discovery of a specific object, see Applying Overrides to Object Discoveries.
Note The feedback system for this content will be changing soon. Old comments will not be carried over.This document gives a chronology of computing at Columbia University, as best I can piece it together, written mainly in Jan-Feb , updated periodically since then (time of last update listed above).
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Soon all the large vendors, and many smaller ones, were marketing their own, diverging, versions of the UNIX system optimized for their own computer architectures and boasting many different strengths and features.
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In fact, calculation underlies many activities that are not normally thought of as mathematical.