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Document Name URL
Contributed tools http://<server>:3443/ITO/contrib.html
Download Java client console http://<server>:3443/ITO_OP/
Operator Guides for OpenView http://<server>:3443/ITO_OP/help/en/ovo/html/Index.htm
Operations and Service Navigator  
HPOM HTML man pages http://<server>:3443/ITO_MAN/
HPOM software  
License terms http://<server>3443/ITO/LICENSE_ITO.txt
Download OpenView manuals
OpenView FAQ  
Download OpenView patches
Online E-Care Support*
Hewlett Packard home page
OpenView home page
*Online E-Care The E-Care web site provides fast access to OpenView Technical Support Tools.

Processes and Queue Files

Process Name Queue/Pipe Files Description

Action request

Actreqq/p Action manager
  Action response  
opcbbcdist   Configuration adapter (HTTPS based)
opccmm   Subprocess of message receiver, used for bulk transfers
opccsad   Certification Server Adapter
opcctlm Ctrlq/p Inform control manager of configuration changes Control Manager
opcdispm Dispq/p

Display Manager to the

GUI processes


Control display manager


Display manager change events
Display manager
opcdistm   Distribution manager
opcforwm Forwmgrq/p Message forward manager
opcmsgm Msgkeyq/p

Manual acknowledgment


Control message manager
Message Manager
opcmsgrb   Message receiver (HTTPS based)
opcmsgrd Msgmgrq/p Messages and requests Message receiver
opcsvcm   Service engine
opcttnsm Ttnsq/p, Ttnsarq/p Trouble ticket, notification service man-ager
ovoareqsdr Rqsdbdf

Buffer file for request sender


Request sender Input
Request sender
opctramn   Transfer manager
opctss   TCP socket server
opcuiadm   Administrator User Interface
opcuiop   Operator User Interface
opcuiopadm   Administrator Operator User Interface
opcuiwww   Java User Interface manager
ovbbccb   Communication broker (HTTPS based)
ovcd   Control daemon
ovconfd   Configuration and Deploy
ovoareqhdlr   Request handler

 Server Configuration Files

File Name Description
/etc/opt/OV/conf/OpC/mgmt-sv/svreg All registered server processes
/etc/opt/OV/share/conf/OpC/mgmt_sv/svreg Currently registered server processes
/opt/Ov/lib/X11/appp-defaults/C/Opc X-Window server display control file
escmgr[*] Message escalation on the management server
msgforw[*] Message forwarding on the management server
outage [*] Configuration file for service hours and service outage
  Refer to Chapter 19 for more information.

System Files

File Name Description
/etc/password User password file
/etc/group Group file
/sbin/init.d/opcagt Agent startup and shutdown script
/etc/rc.config.d/opcagt Agent startup and shutdown configuration variable file
/sbin/rc3.d/S#opcagt Startup sequence number linked to the start/stop script
/sbin/rc2.d/K#opcagt Shutdown sequence number linked to the start/stop script
/etc/services Internet services, and ito-e-gui for opcuiwww (Java clients) (Server Only).
/etc/inetd.conf Service configuration for opcuiwww (Server Only).
/var/adm/inetd.sec Not configured by default install; used to limit access to the service ito-e-gui (Server Only).
/etc/rc.log Contains system, service and application startup information
/var/adm/syslog/syslog.log Operating system log file (HP). This file is not used by HPOM by default, but may contain information for troubleshooting.
/var/adm/sw/swagent.log Software installation log



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