User Guide for Cisco Unified Operations Manager 8.5
Operations Manager Support for SNMP MIBs
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Operations Manager Support for SNMP MIBs

Table Of Contents

Operations Manager Support for SNMP MIBs

Host Resource MIB Implementation

System Application MIB Implementation

System Application Resource MIB Tables

Installed Packages

Installed Elements

Package Status Information

Element Status Information

Status of Packages when They Ran Previously

Status of Elements when They Ran Previously

Scalar Variables

Process Map

Sample MIB Walk for System Application MIB


Operations Manager Support for SNMP MIBs


Cisco Unified Operations Manager (Operations Manager) supports the host resources MIB and implements the system application MIBs using SNMP v2. Operations Manager supplies an SNMP subagent. You can use simple SNMP queries to monitor the health of the system.

For information about configuring your system to use SNMP to manage Operations Manager, see Using SNMP to Monitor Operations Manager, page 19-44. The following topics provide implementation details for the MIBs that Operations Manager supports:

Host Resource MIB Implementation

System Application MIB Implementation

Host Resource MIB Implementation

Operations Manager uses the Windows operating system implementation of the host resources MIB. Support for the host resources MIB, defined in RFC 1514, enables you to monitor the server where Operations Manager is installed, providing details for:

Hardware such as processors, storage, and memory.

Software such as operating system and running processes.

For more information about the host resources MIB, you can browse MIB information at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Mibbrowser/mibinfo.pl?tab=4

System Application MIB Implementation

The system application MIB, defined in RFC 2287, provides applications installed, processes running for an application, and past run information. You can use the information in the system application MIB to determine the overall health of Operations Manager and drill down to the actual processes running for the application.

For more information about the system application MIB, you can browse MIB information at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Mibbrowser/mibinfo.pl?tab=4

For an example of the data stored in this MIB, see the Sample MIB Walk for System Application MIB.

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Mibbrowser/mibinfo.pl?tab=4

System Application Resource MIB Tables

This section describes MIB tables that contain the following information:

Installed Packages

Installed Elements

Package Status Information

Element Status Information

Status of Packages when They Ran Previously

Status of Elements when They Ran Previously

Scalar Variables

Process Map

Installed Packages

Table I-1 stores information for installed packages for Operations Manager.

Table I-1 sysApplInstallPkgTable 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB
Usage

sysApplInstallPkgIndex

Part of the index for this table. An integer used only for indexing purposes. Generally monotonically increasing from 1 as new applications are installed.

Running number for each application registered with the SNMP subagent.

sysApplInstallPkgManufacturer

Manufacturer of the software application package.

Cisco Systems, Inc.

sysApplInstallPkgProductName

Name assigned to the software element package by the manufacturer.

Name provided when the application was registered with the SNMP subagent.

Use this name to select an application to watch.

sysApplInstallPkgVersion

Version number assigned to the application package by the manufacturer of the software.

Version number such as 2.0.4, where 2 is the major version, 0 is the minor version, and 4 is the patch version or incremental device update (IDU) number.

sysApplInstallPkgSerialNumber

Serial number of the software assigned by the manufacturer.

"n/a"

sysApplInstallPkgDate

Date and time this software application was installed on the host.

sysApplInstallPkgLocation

Complete pathname where the application package is installed.

NMSROOT—Directory where Operations Manager is installed. If you selected the default directory during installation, it is C:\Program~1\CSCOpx.


Installed Elements

For each entry in the installed packages table, Table I-1, there can be many entries in the installed element table, Table I-2. The number of installed elements for a package corresponds to the number of processes being monitored for that package.

Table I-2 lists the contents of sysApplInstallElmtTable.

Table I-2 sysApplInstallElmtTable 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB
Usage

sysApplInstallPkgIndex

Part of the index for this table. This value identifies the installed software package for the application of which this process is a part.

Value from sysApplInstallPkgTable, Table I-1.

sysApplInstallElmtIndex

Unique number across the applications.

Running number.

sysApplInstallElmtName

Name assigned to the software element package by the manufacturer.

Process name used in the CiscoWorks daemon manager (not a file or executable name as specified in RFC 2287).

sysApplInstallElmtType

Type of element that is part of the installed application.

Default application(5).

sysApplInstallElmtDate

Date and time that this component was installed on the system.

All dates and times are formatted using SNMPv2 textual conventions.

sysApplInstallElmtPath

Install location for this application.

NMSROOT—Directory where Operations Manager is installed. If you selected the default directory during installation, it is C:\Program~1\CSCOpx.

sysApplInstallInstallElmt
SizeHigh

Installed file size in 232 byte blocks.

Default 0 (not implemented).

sysApplInstallInstallElmt
SizeLow

Installed file size in 232 byte blocks.

Default 0 (not implemented).

sysApplInstallElmtRole

An operator-assigned value used in the determination of application status.

Value used in determining application status:

required(3)—Process that must run for the application to be considered running.

unknown(5)—Optional process.

sysApplInstallElmtModifyDate

Date and time that this element was last modified.

All dates and times are formatted using SNMPv2 textual conventions.

sysApplInstallCurSizeHigh

Current file size in 232 byte blocks.

Default 0 (not implemented).

sysApplInstallCurSizeLow

Current file size in 232 byte blocks.

Default 0 (not implemented).


Package Status Information

Table I-3 supplies current application status for Operations Manager.

Table I-3 sysApplRunTable 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB
Usage

sysApplInstallPkgIndex

Part of the index for this table. This value identifies the installed software package for the application of which this process is a part.

Value from sysApplInstallPkgTable, Table I-1.

sysApplRunIndex

Part of the index for this table. An arbitrary integer used only for indexing purposes.

Generally, monotonically increasing from 1 as new applications are started on the host, it uniquely identifies application invocations.

Running number.

sysApplRunStarted

Date and time that the application was started.

All dates and times are formatted using SNMPv2 textual conventions.

sysApplRunCurrentState

Current state of the running application instance.

The possible values are running(1), runnable(2) but waiting for a resource such as CPU, waiting(3) for an event, exiting(4), or other(5).

This value is the measure of application health:

running(1)—All required processes are running.

other(5)-One or more required processes are not running.

When all required processes stop or the CiscoWorks daemon manager stops, this entry moves to the sysApplPastRun table.


Element Status Information

Table I-4 provides current status for processes that belong to each application that is currently running.

Table I-4 sysApplElmtRunTable 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB
Usage

sysApplElmtRunInstallPkg

Part of the index for this table. This value identifies the installed software package for the application of which this process is a part.

Value from sysApplInstallPkgTable, Table I-1.

sysApplElmtRunInvocID

Part of the index for this table. This value identifies the invocation of an application of which this process is a part.

Default 0.

Operations Manager processes run independently and are not invoked by any other process.

sysApplElmtRunIndex

Part of the index for this table. A unique value for each process running on the host.

Process ID in the operating system.

sysApplElmtRunInstallID

Part of the index for this table. The value of this object is the same value as sysApplInstallElmtIndex for the application element of which this entry represents a running instance.

Value from sysApplInstallElmtTable, Table I-2.

sysApplElmtRunTimeStarted

Time the process was started.

sysApplElmtRunState

Current state of the running process.

The possible values are running(1), runnable(2) but waiting for a resource such as CPU, waiting(3) for an event, exiting(4), or other(5).

If all processes are running successfully, value is running(1).

If the process terminates, the process entry moves to the sysElmtPastRun table.

sysApplElmtRunName

Full path and filename of the process.

sysApplElmtRunParameters

Starting parameters for the process.

sysApplElmtRunCPU

Hundredths of a second of the total system CPU resources consumed by this process.

Obtained from the operating system.

sysApplElmtRunMemory

Total amount of real system memory, measured in kilobytes, currently allocated to this process.

Obtained from the operating system.

sysApplElmtRunNumFiles

Number of regular files that the process currently has open.

Default 0 (not implemented).

sysApplElmtRunUser

Process owner's login name.

Either casuser or SYSTEM.


Status of Packages when They Ran Previously

Table I-5 contains the status of applications when they ran previously.

Table I-5 sysApplPastRunTable 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB

sysApplInstallPkgIndex

Value from sysApplInstallPkgTable, Table I-1.

sysApplPastRunIndex

Part of the index for this table. An arbitrary integer used only for indexing purposes. Generally monotonically increasing from 1 as new applications are started on the host, it uniquely identifies application invocations.

sysApplPastRunStarted

Date and time that the application started.

All dates and times are formatted using SNMPv2 textual conventions.

sysApplPastExitState

The state of the application instance when it was terminated.

sysApplPastRunEnded

Date and time the application instance was determined to be no longer running.

All dates and times are formatted using SNMPv2 textual conventions.


Status of Elements when They Ran Previously

Table I-6 contains the status of processes when they ran previously.

Table I-6 sysApplElmtPastRunTable 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB

sysApplElmtPastRunInvocID

Part of the index for this table. Identifies the invocation of an application of which this process is a part.

sysApplElmtPastRunIndex

Part of the index for this table. A unique value for each process running on the host.

sysApplElmtPastRunInstallID

Part of the index for this table. The value of this object is the same value as the sysApplInstallElmtIndex for the application element of which this entry represents a running instance.

sysApplElmtPastRunTime
Started

Time the process was started.

sysApplElmtPastRunTime
Ended

Time the process was ended.

sysApplElmtPastRunName

Full path and filename of the process.

sysApplElmtPastRunParameters

Starting parameters for the process.

sysApplElmtPastRunCPU

Last known number of hundredths of a second of the total system CPU resources consumed by this process.

sysApplElmtPastRunMemory

Last known total amount of real system memory, measured in kilobytes, allocated to this process before it terminated.

sysApplElmtPastRunNumFiles

Number of regular files that the process currently has open.

sysApplElmtPastRunUser

Process owner's login name.


Scalar Variables

These variables are used to control MIB table size. You cannot update them.

Table I-7 Scalars 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB
Default Value

sysApplPastRunMaxRows

Maximum number of entries allowed in the sysApplPastRun table.

2000

sysApplPastRunTableRemItems

Counter for entries removed from the sysApplPastRun table after the maximum number (sysApplPastRunMaxRows) of entries are exceeded.

20 entries

sysApplPastRunTblTimeLimit

Maximum time that an entry in the sysApplPastRun table can exist before being removed.

86400 seconds (1 day)

sysApplElemPastRunMaxRows

Maximum number of entries allowed in the sysApplElmtPastRuntable.

2000 entries

sysApplElemPastRunTableRemItems

Counter for entries removed from the sysApplElmtPastRun table after the maximum number (sysApplElemPastRunMaxRows) of entries are exceeded.

20 entries

SysApplElemPastRunTblTimeLimit

Maximum time that an entry in the sysApplElmtPastRunTable can exist before being removed.

86400 seconds (1 day)

sysApplAgentPollInterval

Minimum interval at which polling to obtain the status of the managed resources occurs.

60 seconds


Process Map

The sysApplMapTable contains one entry for each process currently running on the system. Table I-8 provides the index mapping from a process identifier to the invoked application, installed element, and installed application package.

Table I-8 sysApplMapTable 

MIB Row Entry
Description from the MIB

sysApplElmtRunIndex

Process identification number.

sysApplElmtRunInvocID

Invoked application (sysApplRunIndex).

sysApplMapInstallElmtIndex

Installed element (sysApplInstallElmtIndex).

sysApplMapInstallPkgIndex

Installed application package (sysApplInstallPkgIndex).


Sample MIB Walk for System Application MIB

This example shows abridged output from a MIB walk of the SYSAPPL-MIB on a system where Operations Manager and Service Monitor are installed.

***** SNMP QUERY STARTED *****
1: sysApplInstallPkgManufacturer.1 (octet string) Copyright (c) 2004 by Cisco Systems, 
Inc.[43.6F.70.79.72.69.67.68.74.20.28.63.29.20.32.30.30.34.20.62.79.20.43.69.73.63.6F.20.5
3.79.73.74.65.6D.73.2C.20.49.6E.63.2E (hex)]
2: sysApplInstallPkgManufacturer.2 (octet string) Copyright (c) 2004 by Cisco Systems, 
Inc.[43.6F.70.79.72.69.67.68.74.20.28.63.29.20.32.30.30.34.20.62.79.20.43.69.73.63.6F.20.5
3.79.73.74.65.6D.73.2C.20.49.6E.63.2E (hex)]
3: sysApplInstallPkgProductName.1 (octet string) Cisco Unified Service Monitor 
[43.69.73.63.6F.20.55.6E.69.66.69.65.64.20.53.65.72.76.69.63.65.20.4D.6F.6E.69.74.6F.72 
(hex)]
4: sysApplInstallPkgProductName.2 (octet string) Cisco Unified Operations Manager and 
Service Monitor 
[43.69.73.63.6F.20.55.6E.69.66.69.65.64.20.4F.70.65.72.61.74.69.6F.6E.73.20.4D.61.6E.61.67
.65.72.20.61.6E.64.20.53.65.72.76.69.63.65.20.4D.6F.6E.69.74.6F.72 (hex)]
5: sysApplInstallPkgVersion.1 (octet string) 2.0.0 [32.2E.30.2E.30 (hex)]
6: sysApplInstallPkgVersion.2 (octet string) 2.0.0 [32.2E.30.2E.30 (hex)]
7: sysApplInstallPkgSerialNumber.1 (octet string) n/a [6E.2F.61 (hex)]
8: sysApplInstallPkgSerialNumber.2 (octet string) n/a [6E.2F.61 (hex)]
9: sysApplInstallPkgDate.1 (octet string) 2006-10-12,15:36:45 [07.D6.0A.0C.0F.24.2D (hex)]
10: sysApplInstallPkgDate.2 (octet string) 2006-10-12,15:36:45 [07.D6.0A.0C.0F.24.2D 
(hex)]
11: sysApplInstallPkgLocation.1 (octet string) C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx 
[43.3A.5C.50.52.4F.47.52.41.7E.31.5C.43.53.43.4F.70.78 (hex)]
12: sysApplInstallPkgLocation.2 (octet string) C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx 
[43.3A.5C.50.52.4F.47.52.41.7E.31.5C.43.53.43.4F.70.78 (hex)]
13: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.1 (octet string) QOVR [51.4F.56.52 (hex)]
14: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.2 (octet string) QOVRDbEngine 
[51.4F.56.52.44.62.45.6E.67.69.6E.65 (hex)]
15: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.3 (octet string) QOVRDbMonitor 
[51.4F.56.52.44.62.4D.6F.6E.69.74.6F.72 (hex)]
16: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.4 (octet string) Apache [41.70.61.63.68.65 (hex)]
17: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.5 (octet string) CmfDbEngine 
[43.6D.66.44.62.45.6E.67.69.6E.65 (hex)]
18: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.6 (octet string) JRunProxyServer 
[4A.52.75.6E.50.72.6F.78.79.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
19: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.7 (octet string) Tomcat [54.6F.6D.63.61.74 (hex)]
20: sysApplInstallElmtName.1.8 (octet string) Web Server [57.65.62.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
21: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.9 (octet string) AdapterServer 
[41.64.61.70.74.65.72.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
22: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.10 (octet string) Apache [41.70.61.63.68.65 (hex)]
23: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.11 (octet string) CmfDbEngine 
[43.6D.66.44.62.45.6E.67.69.6E.65 (hex)]
24: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.12 (octet string) DCRServer [44.43.52.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
25: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.13 (octet string) DfmBroker [44.66.6D.42.72.6F.6B.65.72 
(hex)]
26: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.14 (octet string) DfmServer [44.66.6D.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
27: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.15 (octet string) EDS [45.44.53 (hex)]
28: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.16 (octet string) EPMDbEngine 
[45.50.4D.44.62.45.6E.67.69.6E.65 (hex)]
29: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.17 (octet string) EPMServer [45.50.4D.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
30: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.18 (octet string) ESS [45.53.53 (hex)]
31: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.19 (octet string) FHDbEngine [46.48.44.62.45.6E.67.69.6E.65 
(hex)]
32: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.20 (octet string) FHServer [46.48.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
33: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.21 (octet string) GPF [47.50.46 (hex)]
34: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.22 (octet string) INVDbEngine 
[49.4E.56.44.62.45.6E.67.69.6E.65 (hex)]
35: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.23 (octet string) IVR [49.56.52 (hex)]
36: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.24 (octet string) IPIUDbEngine 
[49.50.49.55.44.62.45.6E.67.69.6E.65 (hex)]
37: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.25 (octet string) IPSLAServer 
[49.50.53.4C.41.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
38: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.26 (octet string) ITMDiagServer 
[49.54.4D.44.69.61.67.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
39: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.27 (octet string) Interactor [49.6E.74.65.72.61.63.74.6F.72 
(hex)]
40: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.28 (octet string) InventoryCollector 
[49.6E.76.65.6E.74.6F.72.79.43.6F.6C.6C.65.63.74.6F.72 (hex)]
41: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.29 (octet string) IPIUDataServer 
[49.50.49.55.44.61.74.61.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
42: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.30 (octet string) ITMOGSServer 
[49.54.4D.4F.47.53.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
43: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.31 (octet string) jrm [6A.72.6D (hex)]
44: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.32 (octet string) LicenseServer 
[4C.69.63.65.6E.73.65.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
45: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.33 (octet string) NOTSServer [4E.4F.54.53.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
46: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.34 (octet string) PTMServer [50.54.4D.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
47: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.35 (octet string) PIFServer [50.49.46.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
48: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.36 (octet string) QoVMServer [51.6F.56.4D.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
49: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.37 (octet string) SRSTServer [53.52.53.54.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
50: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.38 (octet string) SIRServer [53.49.52.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
51: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.39 (octet string) STServer [53.54.53.65.72.76.65.72 (hex)]
52: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.40 (octet string) Tomcat [54.6F.6D.63.61.74 (hex)]
53: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.41 (octet string) TISServer [54.49.53.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
54: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.42 (octet string) TopoServer [54.6F.70.6F.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
55: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.43 (octet string) VsmServer [56.73.6D.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
56: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.44 (octet string) VHMIntegrator 
[56.48.4D.49.6E.74.65.67.72.61.74.6F.72 (hex)]
57: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.45 (octet string) VHMServer [56.48.4D.53.65.72.76.65.72 
(hex)]
58: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.46 (octet string) ITMCTMStartup 
[49.54.4D.43.54.4D.53.74.61.72.74.75.70 (hex)]
59: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.47 (octet string) IPSLAPurgeTask 
[49.50.53.4C.41.50.75.72.67.65.54.61.73.6B (hex)]
60: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.48 (octet string) GpfPurgeTask 
[47.70.66.50.75.72.67.65.54.61.73.6B (hex)]
61: sysApplInstallElmtName.2.49 (octet string) FHPurgeTask 
[46.48.50.75.72.67.65.54.61.73.6B (hex)]
62: sysApplInstallElmtType.1.1 (integer) application(5)
63: sysApplInstallElmtType.1.2 (integer) application(5)

111: sysApplInstallElmtDate.1.1 (octet string) 2006-10-12,15:36:45 [07.D6.0A.0C.0F.24.2D 
(hex)]
112: sysApplInstallElmtDate.1.2 (octet string) 2006-10-12,15:36:45 [07.D6.0A.0C.0F.24.2D 
(hex)]

160: sysApplInstallElmtPath.1.1 (octet string) C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx 
[43.3A.5C.50.52.4F.47.52.41.7E.31.5C.43.53.43.4F.70.78 (hex)]

209: sysApplInstallElmtSizeHigh.1.1 (integer) 0

258: sysApplInstallElmtSizeLow.1.1 (integer) 0

307: sysApplInstallElmtRole.1.1 (integer) required(3)

356: sysApplInstallElmtModifyDate.1.1 (octet string) 2006-10-12,15:36:45 
[07.D6.0A.0C.0F.24.2D (hex)]

405: sysApplInstallElmtCurSizeHigh.1.1 (integer) 0

454: sysApplInstallElmtCurSizeLow.1.1 (integer) 0

503: sysApplRunStarted.1.2 (octet string) 2006-10-18,17:13:24 [07.D6.0A.12.11.0D.18 (hex)]

505: sysApplRunCurrentState.1.2 (integer) running(1)

507: sysApplElmtRunInstallID.0.0.888 (integer) 0

563: sysApplElmtRunTimeStarted.0.0.888 (octet string) 2006-10-18,17:15:35 
[07.D6.0A.12.11.0F.23 (hex)]

619: sysApplElmtRunState.0.0.888 (integer) running(1)

675: sysApplElmtRunName.0.0.888 (octet string) 
C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\lib\vbroker\bin\osagent.exe 
[43.3A.5C.50.52.4F.47.52.41.7E.31.5C.43.53.43.4F.70.78.5C.6C.69.62.5C.76.62.72.6F.6B.65.72
.5C.62.69.6E.5C.6F.73.61.67.65.6E.74.2E.65.78.65 (hex)]

731: sysApplElmtRunParameters.0.0.888 (octet string) -p 42342 [2D.70.20.34.32.33.34.32 
(hex)]

787: sysApplElmtRunCPU.0.0.888 (timeticks) 0 days 00h:04m:27s.39th (26739)

843: sysApplElmtRunMemory.0.0.888 (integer) 676

899: sysApplElmtRunNumFiles.0.0.888 (integer) 0

955: sysApplElmtRunUser.0.0.888 (octet string) SYSTEM [53.59.53.54.45.4D (hex)]

1000: sysApplElmtRunUser.2.0.9220 (octet string) casuser [63.61.73.75.73.65.72 (hex)]

1011: sysApplElmtPastRunInstallID.2.0.6180 (integer) 44
1012: sysApplElmtPastRunTimeStarted.2.0.6180 (octet string) 2006-10-18,17:16:27 
[07.D6.0A.12.11.10.1B (hex)]
1013: sysApplElmtPastRunTimeEnded.2.0.6180 (octet string) 2006-11-5,12:45:49 
[07.D6.0B.05.0C.2D.31 (hex)]
1014: sysApplElmtPastRunName.2.0.6180 (octet string) C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\bin\cwjava.exe 
[43.3A.5C.50.52.4F.47.52.41.7E.31.5C.43.53.43.4F.70.78.5C.62.69.6E.5C.63.77.6A.61.76.61.2E
.65.78.65 (hex)]
1015: sysApplElmtPastRunParameters.2.0.6180 (octet string) 
-Dcom.smarts.conf.clientConnect=C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\objects\smarts\conf\clientConnect.conf  
-Djava.security.policy=C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\lib\jre2\lib\security\java.policy -Xmx128m  
-cw:jre  
C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\lib\jre  -cw:xrs  -cp:pmf conf\vhm\vhm.classpath 
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.47.52.41.7E.31.5C.43.53.43.4F.70.78.5C.6C.69.62.5C.6A.72.65.32.5C.6C.69.62.5C.73.65.63.75
.72.69.74.79.5C.6A.61.76.61.2E.70.6F.6C.69.63.79.20.2D.58.6D.78.31.32.38.6D.20.20.2D.63.77
.3A.6A.72.65.20.43.3A.5C.50.52.4F.47.52.41.7E.31.5C.43.53.43.4F.70.78.5C.6C.69.62.5C.6A.72
.65.20.20.2D.63.77.3A.78.72.73.20.20.2D.63.70.3A.70.6D.66.20.63.6F.6E.66.5C.76.68.6D.5C.76
.68.6D.2E.63.6C.61.73.73.70.61.74.68.20.20 (hex)]
1016: sysApplElmtPastRunCPU.2.0.6180 (timeticks) 0 days 00h:01m:52s.06th (11206)
1017: sysApplElmtPastRunMemory.2.0.6180 (integer) 970216
1018: sysApplElmtPastRunNumFiles.2.0.6180 (integer) 0
1019: sysApplElmtPastRunUser.2.0.6180 (octet string) SYSTEM [53.59.53.54.45.4D (hex)]
1020: sysApplPastRunMaxRows.0 (integer) 2000
1021: sysApplPastRunTableRemItems.0 (integer) 20
1022: sysApplPastRunTblTimeLimit.0 (integer) 86400
1023: sysApplElemPastRunMaxRows.0 (integer) 2000
1024: sysApplElemPastRunTableRemItems.0 (integer) 20
1025: sysApplElemPastRunTblTimeLimit.0 (integer) 86400
1026: sysApplAgentPollInterval.0 (integer) 60
1027: sysApplMap.2.888.0.0 (integer) 0

1082: sysApplMap.2.15056.0.28 (integer) 2
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