HP-UX, Solaris, and AIX discovery requires using a script. The current implementation of the SSH interface is not familiar with those operating systems out of box.
On the IT Optimize server, open the IT Optimize installation folder.
In the folder, you see a set of scripts, one for each Unix type (see screenshot).
viriditylisthw.HP-UXscript to the
/usr/local/binfolder on your target HP-UX client(s).
Rename the script once it has been placed in the
viriditylisthw, removing the .HP-UX extension.
Change permissions on the script to allow execution on the Unix host, i.e.
chmod 755 viriditylisthw.
Re-run the SSH discovery of the host(s).
The SSH discovery interface will look for that script in
/usr/local/binand will execute it if found.
Note: This script is ONLY used for discovery, not polling.
viriditylisthwscript is a shell script and nothing is hidden.
Run the script from the command line.
You should see server information written to the screen in an xml-like format.
The script looks for the HP-UX diagnostic utilities as well. If these tools are not present, some information might not be returned.