BMC_Memory class

This topic provides information about the mapping of BMC_Memory class of BMC Atrium CMDB.

Attribute in CMDB

Attribute in BMC Server Automation

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Where to find the attribute in BMC Server Automation

CDMachineID

Name for physical servers; Entity type and Entity Id for virtual servers

Example: VI-UUID:VM123456
In case of a physical server, identical to the Name attribute; if it is a virtual machine, it takes one of the following forms:

  • VI-UUID:EntityId for VMware
  • HYPERV-ID:EntityId for Microsoft
  • EntityId for other types of VMs

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.

DatasetId

Constant value
BMC.IMPORT.BL

Category

Constant value
Hardware

Item

If during installation Best Practice categorization is selected then constant value is Component, else constant value is Memory Card.

Type

If during installation Best Practice categorization is selected then constant value is Component, else constant value is Memory Card.

Name

Tag

  1. Live browse.
  2. ExpandHardware Information > Hardware > Physical Storage Device.
  3. View the right pane.

TokenId

Tag

As above

NameFormat

Constant value
Tag

Model

Model

  1. Live browse.
  2. ExpandHardware Information > Hardware > Physical Storage Device.
  3. View the right pane.

ManufacturerName

Manufacturer

As above

Speed

Speed

As above

FormFactor

FormFactor

As above

MemoryType

MemoryType

MemoryType can be any one of the following:

  • DRAM
  • Synchronous DRAM
  • Cache DRAM
  • EDO
  • EDRAM
  • VRAM
  • SRAM
  • RAM
  • ROM
  • Flash
  • EEPROM
  • FEPROM
  • EPROM
  • CDRAM
  • 3DRAM
  • SDRAM
  • SGRAM
  • RDRAM
  • DDR 
    If the MemoryType is not one of the above, the value of this attribute is Other.

As above

Description

Description

As above

Capacity

Capacity

As above

MarkAsDeleted

Based on whether the server is decommissioned or not the entry might be soft deleted.

Note

BMC Server Automation does not discover memory details on Solaris and AIX platforms. Therefore, memory details are not imported to the BMC Atrium CMDB for the Solaris and AIX platforms.

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