Olaf de Bree | 16 Apr 03:41 2014
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Microblog Notifications (Twitter) does not work

Hi all,

Has anyone got twitter notifications to work correctly (ONM 1.12.5).
The WIKI article looks to have not been updated for a while an i'm suspecting the twitter API may have changed?

Any help here is greatly appreciated.

Thanks 
Olaf
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David Kumar | 14 Apr 20:25 2014
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Provisioning Foreign Source Definition SNMP Detector

I am working on setting up a provisioning group and I want to add a SNMP detector to my Foreign Source Definition for this group.  I am able to manually add these SNMP services to the node but they are not being discovered like other services in the Foreign Source Definition

Here is how I have my Foreign Source set up, any ideas as to why these are not getting added to the node?



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Marco Mangiante | 9 Apr 12:54 2014

Send mail with event long description

Hello,

 

I’m new to OpenNMS and I’m trying to configure mail notification so in the message I have the entire event description.

 

I have a system that collect snmp traps from other servers and send them to OpenNMS; I see in the event list that traps arrive and we like to send a mail message that include the trap massage.

 

For example, we receive as uei this: “uei.opennms.org/generic/traps/EnterpriseDefault”

 

As log message this:

 

Log Message

Received unformatted enterprise event (enterprise:.1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.2 generic:6 specific:4). 6 args: .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.3.0="Power supply has failed." .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.1.0="AS01 Alim1" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.4.0="Wed Apr 09 11:29:54 CEST 2014" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.6.0="POWER SUPPLY" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.9.0="S01" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.10.0="MSDM"

 

And as Description this:

 

Description

This is the default event format used when an enterprise specific event (trap) is received for which no format has been configured (i.e. no event definition exists).

The total number of arguments received with the trap: 6.

They were:

.1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.3.0="Power supply has failed." .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.1.0="AS01 Alim1" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.4.0="Wed Apr 09 11:29:54 CEST 2014" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.6.0="POWER SUPPLY" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.9.0="S01" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.10.0="MSDM"

Here is a "mask" element definition that matches this event, for use in event configuration files:

<mask>
  <maskelement>
    <mename>id</mename>
    <mevalue>.1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.2</mevalue>
  </maskelement>
  <maskelement>
    <mename>generic</mename>
    <mevalue>6</mevalue>
  </maskelement>
  <maskelement>
    <mename>specific</mename>
    <mevalue>4</mevalue>
  </maskelement>
</mask>

 

We’d like to insert in the mail this data

 

They were:

.1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.3.0="Power supply has failed." .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.1.0="AS01 Alim1" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.4.0="Wed Apr 09 11:29:54 CEST 2014" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.6.0="POWER SUPPLY" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.9.0="S01" .1.3.6.1.4.1.8541.4.3.8.3.10.0="MSDM"

 

That is present in the “Description” field and maybe manipulate it so we can show them in a “fashionable” format.

 

Is this possible?

 

So we want send an email like:

 

We have this type of problem on server AS01; the problem is “Power suplly has failed on date…

 

 

Could you help me, please? I haven’t found a parm to do this.

 

 

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Jason Antman | 11 Apr 18:23 2014

Links disappearing from topology map

Hello,

I recently started running OpenNMS 1.12.5 installed via RPM on CentOS 6.5 (puppet module forthcoming, hopefully). The main reason for installing it is that we have no reliable link mapping of our data center network, which is made up of two Cisco 4507R core switches/routers (cross-linked with 10G fiber), a dozen C3750 top-of-rack switches uplinked to the cored, a pair of F5 BigIP load balancers, and ~300 servers (both physical and virtual). We needed to be able to map the path from one server to another.

I have all of the nodes (switches, LBs and servers) in OpenNMS; I'm running provisiond with a minimal configuration and org.opennms.provisiond.enableDiscovery=true, and provisioning nodes by setting them up to send SNMP traps to OpenNMS.

Two days ago, I only had the switches and a handful of test servers setup as nodes, and my topology map looked correct - it had all of the physical/layer2 links present between the Cisco core and access switches, and the servers hanging off the right access switches.

Yesterday I set all the servers to send SNMP traps to opennms, and most of them (SNMP issues on some) have showed up; I've gone from 21 nodes to 312. I've configured linkd by adding enable-discovery-download="true" and adding the following package for our subnet (yes, everything we're interested in is, unfortunately, one address range):

    <package name="example1"
             enable-vlan-discovery="true"
             use-bridge-discovery="true"
             use-cdp-discovery="true"
             use-lldp-discovery="true">
                <filter>IPADDR != '0.0.0.0'</filter>
                <include-range begin="10.188.0.1" end="10.188.15.254"/>
    </package>

PROBLEM:

Linkd did a run this morning. Since then, everything uplinked to one of the two core switches looks fine, but the second core switch shows only the link to its partner, and the 6 access switches physically uplinked to it appear in their own isolated groups scattered around the map. The "View Node Link Detailed Info" screen for this second device shows only two links to its partner core switch; the links to all of the access switches connected to it have disappeared. They are most certainly still physically connected to this device and passing data.

I've read the wiki page on Linkd and Provisiond, and a bunch more documentation, and can't seem to find a direct pointer to something like this. The Linkd Troubleshooting section (http://www.opennms.org/wiki/Linkd#Troubleshooting) doesn't appear to show anything of relevance to me (i.e. the links were there before, but are gone). I have CDP discovery enabled, and all devices involved show each other correctly with `show cdp neighbors`.

I did find one mailing list thread from March 2012 with someone having a similar problem, http://opennms.530661.n2.nabble.com/Links-appear-and-disappear-strangely-td7377494.html, but the OP never replied to the questions asked, so that didn't really help me much.

Can anyone give me some pointers on where to start debugging this?

Thanks for any help,
Jason Antman
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Mike Diehn | 11 Apr 14:50 2014

Node discovery


I just added a new device by putting it into a requisition.  At the same time almost exactly, I turned on that device's snmp agent.  In my config, OpenNMS will add a node when it receives a trap from an unknown device.  All that's fine for now.

Here's what's tickled my curiosity:

The node that OpenNMS added for the trap sprang into life "fully formed."  All the services it has were already discovered and on the node.

The node I added to the requisition *still* - 14 minutes after it appeared in the node list - still has no services.

Has anyone any clue why OpenNMS discovered the services on the trap-inspired node so quickly and still hasn't found them on the manually added one?

This isn't the first time I've seen this.



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Yolanda Santos | 10 Apr 08:29 2014
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New event/alarm ID if after recovered the previous event/alarm

I have configured in Open NSM some events to be received from other apps. 
I'm trying to configure the following scene, for example: 

- The process 'PROC' is down, so my app send an event to Open NMS with Critical value: PROC is down 
- In Open NMS, this event become and alarm after manage it, and the alarm ID is: 15 
- Our support team resolve the problem and starts the process. 
- A new event is sent to Open NMS, with the 'Normal' status (I don't want to clear it, because I want the alarm in the database) 

After 20 minutes,... the same process is down. A new event is sent to Open NMS. 

But, when I check the console... I realize that the event ID is the same for the same event: 15 
The alarm has been reopened. But I want another new want.

What I want to get is, after each 'Normal' event, I want a new event/alarm with a new ID, because the events/alarms are differents... maybe the same problem, but in different moments. 

How can I do it? 

Is it a configuration problem? 
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Meyers, Dan | 9 Apr 18:37 2014
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MIB compiler - which events are already defined?

I've got some unrecognised traps coming in, so I've googled which MIB they're from, and downloaded and
compiled it into my test ONMS instance. When I use the MIB compiler to 'Generate Events' I get a message
warning me that '58 of the new events are already on the configuration files. Do you really want to override
those events ?'. No, I don't, so I click 'No'. But that then doesn't generate the event file *at all*. The MIB
in question contains 91 events in total, so there are 33 events which aren't defined in ONMS yet.

Is there any way to get ONMS to tell me *which* events are/are not defined? I'd like to generate an events file
of just those events which are not already configured.

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Courtney, Wrolf | 9 Apr 17:52 2014

Link Topology

Most of my Avaya ERS-8610 (5.1.7.0)s are coming up with all OSPF neighbors showing in Maps -> Topology, but a
couple are showing with only one of their neighbors. Missing link does not show up in Node -> General -> View
Node Link Detailed Info.

All the interfaces are showing in Node -> IP Interfaces, and both neighbors show up in the OSPF MIB on both sides:

	$ snmpwalk -m +OSPF-MIB -v2c -c password 10.51.252.10 ospfNbrIpAddr
	OSPF-MIB::ospfNbrIpAddr.10.51.252.9.0 = IpAddress: 10.51.252.9
	OSPF-MIB::ospfNbrIpAddr.10.51.252.13.0 = IpAddress: 10.51.252.13

	$ snmpwalk -m +OSPF-MIB -v2c -c password 10.51.252.9 ospfNbrIpAddr | grep 10.51.252.10
	OSPF-MIB::ospfNbrIpAddr.10.51.252.10.0 = IpAddress: 10.51.252.10

	$ snmpwalk -m +OSPF-MIB -v2c -c password 10.51.252.13 ospfNbrIpAddr | grep 10.51.252.14
	OSPF-MIB::ospfNbrIpAddr.10.51.252.14.0 = IpAddress: 10.51.252.14

All addresses are pingable, all have the mask 255.255.255.252.

I don't see anything related to these addresses in /opt/opennms/logs/daemon/link.log. Tables
dataLinkInterface, ipRouteInterface, and linkState are all empty. (Where does linkd store its info?)

It seems that linkd is recognizing these links if they are configured as brouter ports (IP address directly
on the interface), but not if they are configured as VLANs (with a single port). More specifically, the
missing links are configured as  VLANs on one side, but brouter ports on the other, but the links that show up
are configured as brouter ports on both ends - does this make a difference? Will linkd recognize the links
if they are VLANs on both sides? Does OSPF type broadcast vs. NBMA make any difference to linkd?

Any ideas?

Wrolf

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Courtney, Wrolf | 9 Apr 15:28 2014

OpenNMS and Heartbleed CVE-2014-0160

Is OpenNMS vulnerable to Heartbleed (i.e. does it use OpenSSL)?

https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2014-0160

http://heartbleed.com/

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