The following diagram shows how to use SCOM to monitor the HP EVA storage.
In my environment, the HP command view and WEBES are installed on the same server named A, SCOM and WEBES listener are installed on the same server named B.
On server B, ensure the WEBES listener is listening on TCP port 8945.
netstat -an | findstr 8945
TCP 0.0.0.0:8945 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING
On server A, add the following entry into the environment variables.
SVCTOOLS_HOME C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\svctools
Turn on WEBES and type in the the host name and port of the WEBES listener.
desta mom on
then run the command to test – wsea n analyze input “C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\svctools\common\ca\examples\eva_events.evt” not vis
(If the service obligation has expired, you have to reconfigure it via desta servob change)
If everything is configured correctly. On the server B. You should be able to see the alerts that forwarded by WEBES from server A in either the WEBESListerLog.log file or the application event log (Source: WEBESEventListener)
C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\HP Enterprise Storage\WEBESListenerLog.log
Alert that are showing in SCOM console