BMC_ComputerSystem class

This topic lists the details about the mapping of BMC_ComputerSystem class of BMC Atrium CMDB.

Attribute in CMDB

Attribute in BMC Server Automation

Comments

Where to find the attribute in BMC Server Automation

CDMachineID

NAME

The name of the computer as enrolled in BMC Server Automation

Server Properties

Name

FQ_HOST

FQ_HOST property from Server Properties in format host name: domain
Example: vm-w23-bld27:bmc.com

Server Properties

ReconciliationIdentity

RECONCILIATION_IDENTITY

RECONCILIATION_IDENTITY is the GUID generated by the reconciliation engine. RECONCILIATION_IDENTITY enables you to map to the correct server in your environment.
Example: OI-57DED9F76BAD4AA59B93478338E4A786

Server properties
This property is not editable from the BMC Server Automation Console. The value for this property is updated by the Atrium Import Job, only if data has been transferred from BMC Server Automation to BMC Atrium CMDB. This property enables BMC Server Automation to map the correct server in the environment, based on the ReconciliationIdentity.

TokenId

NAME for physical servers; VIRTUAL_ENTITY_TYPE or VIRTUAL_ENTITY_ID for virtual servers

For physical servers, identical to the NAME attribute For virtual servers, one of the following formats:

  • VMware: VI-UUID:EntityId
  • Microsoft Hypervisor: HYPERV-ID:EntityId
  • Citrix XenServer and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Xen: XEN-ID:EntityId
  • IBM Logical Partitioning and IBM Virtual I/O Server: LPAR-ID:EntityId
  • EntityId for all other virtual machines (without the EntityType prefix)
    Example: VI-UUID:VM123456

For physical servers, Server properties. For virtual servers, from the Configuration menu, select Property Dictionary View. Under System Object, expand Built-In Property Classes. Click the Virtualization class, then click the Instances tab on the right. Double-click a particular instance to see the attribute values.

HostName

NORMALIZED_HOSTNAME/Host

If (NORMALIZED_HOSTNAME is Null) then Host else NORMALIZED_HOSTNAME

NORMALIZED_HOSTNAME is a custom property that is created by the NSH Job that uses the getNormalizedHostname.sh script that comes with the installer

Server properties

Domain

FQ_HOST

Domain obtained from the FQ_HOST attribute in Server Properties

Server properties

Category

Constant value populated: Hardware

Item

If you selected Best Practice categorization during installation, then Item gets a constant value of Processing Unit. Otherwise, it gets a constant value of Machine.

Type

If you selected Best Practice categorization during installation, then Type gets a constant value of Server. Otherwise, it gets a constant value of BMC Discovered

LastScanDate

LAST_UPDATED_DATE

Last Modified date

Server properties

MarkAsDeleted

Based on whether the server is decommissioned or not the entry might be soft deleted.
Possible values: Yes or No

PrimaryCapability

Constant value:
Server

NameFormat

When the CDMachineID is a fully qualified name then the value of NameFormat is Token. Otherwise, the value is HostName.

ShortDescription

Same as TokenID

Notes

{{STATE:Agent Status}]

Server properties

Description

DESCRIPTION

Server properties

DatasetId

Constant value
BMC.IMPORT.BL

isVirtual

IS_VIRTUAL

  • Yes - If the server is a virtual machine
  • No - If the server is not a virtual machine

Server properties

ManufacturerName

Manufacturer

  1. Right-click the server in the Folders menu.
  2. Select Browse.
  3. Select Hardware Information > Machine Summary.

SerialNumber

SerialNumber

Same as above

Model

Model

Same as above

NumberOfSlots

NumberOfProcessors

Same as above

TotalPhysicalMemory

Memory

Total Memory available on the server

Same as above

Was this page helpful? Yes No Submitting... Thank you

Comments