iLO Email Alerts
Is it possible to get email alerts from HP iLO?
This is running on an HP ProLiant DL385 G7, although I don't know if iLO is essentially a separate piece of hardware (card) to the server itself.
I also wonder if this is a licensing thing, so we may not have the license to do it.
Yes should be possible even on the basic ILO from what I recall.
It's part of the server if it's the basic unit, but will respond even if the system is ButtonOff ( must have at least the power cord and PSU on ).
There should be a card attached to the server giving the default details.
Any further detail as to where it is? I've had a look through everything I can think of, both on the iLO setup and the HP Insight Management, but no mention of email alerts I can spot (surprisingly!).
So you have access to ILO?
It may be that the realy basic one does not do it , I can't honestly remember as it's a few months since I last looked at an ILO.
I think Insight Manager will connect to ilo's though.
Havings said that, I cam not too sure what monitioring the ILO (basic one's) do anyway.
Yes, we have access.
The level of iLO we have has a number of things e.g. System Health, Server Power. I've just spotted it's described as "Standard license" in the overview page.
We also have Insight on the servers, which monitors a number of things (including iLO, as the Management Module). I can't spot any email alerts there either though.
manager can definatly send out e-mails ( I get lots every day LOL ) .
Does the ILO have any SNMP, if so I belive that should point at IManager.
SNMP from iLO to the server itself all appears to be enabled (I didn't set the server up, and my knowledge is a bit spartan, hence I'm having to "reverse engineer" a lot of this).
I spotted there was an issue with iLO coincidentally (a broken network cable) via the Insight Manager, so it appears to be working also.
Email alerts still has me foxed though.
Edit: Ah, spotted something! (via a bit of googling) Start > All Programs > HP Management Agents > Event Notifier Config.
I'm just stepping through this now, but it's asking for SMTP servers etc.