Removing the integration with BMC Network Automation from HP NNM
This topic describes how to remove the integration with BMC Network Automation from the HP Network Node Manager (NNM) system. The instructions are applicable for installations on either Microsoft Windows or Linux computers.
To remove BMC Network Automation SNMP trap definitions from an HP NM 7.x sytem
To remove the BMC Network Automation SNMP trap definitons, remove BMC Network Automation MIB file by entering the appropriate command (depending on which MIB file you installed):
xnmloadmib -unload EmprisaNetworksV1.mib
xnmloadmib -unload EmprisaNetworksV2C.mib
To remove BMC Network Automation menus
If you installed the BMC Network Automation menus into the native user interface, remove them by deleting the registration file called enetaware from the $OV_REGISTRATION directory.
If you installed the BMC Network Automation menus into the Java user interface, remove them by deleting the registration file called enetaware.jovw from the $OV_WWW_REG directory.
To remove BMC Network Automation event categories and severities
If you used xnmevents to map BMC Network Automation traps to HP NNM categories and severities, remove them as follows:
- From the HP NNM main menu, select Options > Event Configuration.
- Select enaNotifications in the list of enterprises.
- Select each of the events from the lower list.
- Select Edit > Events > Delete.
- When all of the events are deleted, select Edit > Enterprises > Delete.
- Select File > Save.