One of my customers has contacted me to discuss the management capabilities for the servers and sonicwall. Cost was really important for them. So we took OME as a possible solution.
When installing the customer had a problem when they wanted to import the MIB files. He wanted to import the file with the “traps” and he gets an internal memory error . He followed all the prerequisites en sized the virtual server with 6GB of memory.
Do we know this issue? How can we solve it?
Also a few more questions:
Is it consistent? Does it happen all the time?
Which specific MIB is causing this issue?
Closing/re-opening the utility is also not helping ?
And what are the messages in the “logs” section.
What OS version are you running on?
We just tried it and it works on W2K8R2.
The mibs we used are:
SONICWALL-FIREWALL-TRAP-MIB -- has trap definitions. And require SONICWALL-SMI for parsing. Even if we do not have other two, should be fine.
To answer to your questions:
- It is consistent, it happens all the time
- I'm using the SonicWall TZ100 - firewall -trap-MIB.MIB (this is the only one that has traps)
- I retried many times but it keeps giving the same error, i even reinstalled everything on a clean server, dellopenmanage works fine accept for the trap files.
- In the log file i get the same error (there is insufficient system memory in resource pool 'internal' to run this query. at system.data.sqlClient....., at system.data.linq.sqlclient.....
- Everything runs on a Windows Server 2008R2 enterprise with 6GB RAM, 64bits
This looks like a different SW MIB than the one's we are using. I wonder if you can try some other MIB file just to see if you are able to parse _any_ MIB...just to check.
We will look for this mib and see if we can reproduce. Did you download it from the SW support site?
I have tried the SW TZ210 MIB files (SONICWALL-FIREWALL-TRAP-MIB.MIB) but i get the same error.
All these files are from the MySW website.