BMC_Processor class

This topic provides information about the mapping of the BMC_Processor 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;VIRTUAL_ENTITY_TYPEandVIRTUAL_ENTITY_IDfor virtual servers

Example: VI-UUID:VM123456

If this is a physical server,CDMachineID is identical to the Name attribute. If this 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.

Name

DeviceID

  1. Live browse.
  2. ExpandHardware Information > Hardware > Processor.
  3. View the right pane.

DatasetId

Constant value BMC.IMPORT.BL

Category

Constant value
Hardware

Type

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

MaxClockSpeed

SPEED (in MHz)

  1. Live browse.
  2. Expand Hardware Information > Hardware > Processor.
  3. View the right pane.

ManufacturerName

Manufacturer

As above

Item

If you selected Best Practice *categorization during installation, then *Item gets a constant value of Component. Otherwise it gets a constant value of Processor.

Model

Model

  1. Live browse.
  2. Expand Hardware Information > Hardware > Processor.
  3. View the right pane.

TokenId

DeviceID

As above

NameFormat

DeviceID or Processor Name

If the OS is Windows, the value of NameFormat is DeviceID. Otherwise it is ProcessorName.

As above

ShortDescription

DeviceID

As above

MarkAsDeleted

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

Description

Description

  1. Live browse.
  2. Expand Hardware Information > Hardware > Processor.
  3. View the right pane.

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