When I assign a SAN Pool to a server, I would like from the server storage be able to see what SAN is linked. May be I'm wrong but I had to add the SAN name to the SAN pool name to make sure I know where my server is getting its disks.
I found the answer in the german forum : http://www.i-doit.org/forum/index.php/topic,1179.0.html
Hi I try to use the application/service tab in the server object. I created the Service and the licenses for the service in the Software Tab but when I create a new Application/service I have to browse an application object and the "Objekt-Browser" is empty (I mean I see CMDB/Software,Infrastructure,…. but I cannot select anything).
I'm sure it worked because I have already assigned Application to other servers, but it was before my update to 0.9.8-1
Question 2 How do I had an Operating System to a server, is it an Application/Service ?
Do you think i-Doit the correct place to document "Outages" ? IMHO because we document all systems, software and dependencies, if we create an "outage" object and link it to an other object we can see all the items affected by the outage.
But outage never occur so why should we document them
I found that there is a category and even a group for files in Other/File/"My file"/Files/Current file.
I must say that the handling of the different file versions is not reallly obvious to me…
Wouldn't be good to see in the "files" tab for an object : The different versions, the file category and group ?
In my environment I have various *Nixes, Windows, Cisco, and others, some file have extensions some not. But my main idea was to be able to produce a report that will show for example all the log files I have to allow me to check if our centralized logging system get them all…
Thank you for your fast response.
I tried and I have one comment and a suggestion :
To give the location I used the "File-Link (extern)" field, in my test case the location was C:\Test\Test.txt. It ended up displaying http://C:\Test\Test.txt, the display is even worst when I am in the list display - each file link is splitted in many parts (I guess it is because of the backslashes in my path).
I sugest the addition of a file-type field, to identify easilly configurations, logs, other
Anyway it is usable like that and congrats for the great work !!!!
Something I miss in I-doit is a way to document my logfiles. I explain : All our servers,Os, services, applications,… do create logfiles and I would like to document where these log files are stored and their rotations rules, I don't think the current "Files" option could do the job.
Maybe I can add it manually....