RHEV Dialog boxes

Use the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization dialog boxes to configure your RHEV environment in the PATROL consoles.

Add RHEV Manager dialog box

Use this dialog box to add a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager for monitoring in your environment.

This dialog box contains the following items:

Item
Description
Hostname

Enter the host name of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager that you want to add

UsernameEntertheusernamerequiredto access the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
PasswordEnter the password corresponding to the username
Domain

Enter the domain of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager

Certificate Path

Enter the path for the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager certificate for server validation.

Note: The path should be an absolute path to the location where the certificate resides on the PATROL Agent. For example, /home/patrol/ca.crt.

Port

Enter the port number for the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager

Configure Filter Options dialog box

Use this dialog box to configure filters for data centers, clusters, hosts, and virtual machines and filtering hosts and virtual machines (VMs) based on the availability of fully-qualified domain names (FQDNs) in the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environment.

This dialog box contains the following items:

Item
Description
RHEV ManagerDisplays the host name of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
DataCenterEnter the filter criteria for data centers
ClustersEnter the filter criteria for clusters
HostsEnter the filter criteria for hosts
VMSEnter the filter criteria for VMs
Disable (Default)

Select this option if you want all the hosts and VMs to be monitored.

EnableSelect this option if you want the hosts and virtual machines that do not have FQDNs to be excluded from monitoring.

For information about the procedure related to this dialog box see, Configuring filters for data centers, clusters, hosts, and virtual machines.

Configure JAVA_HOME dialog box

By default, BMC PATROL for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization uses Java Runtime Environment (JRE) that is installed with the PATROL Agent. However, you can configure BMC PATROL for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization to use your own JRE. Use this dialog box to specify a different Java home directory.

This dialog box contains the following item:

Item
Description
Specify JAVA_HOME

Enter the completepathfortheJava home directory if you are not using the JRE that is installed with the PATROL Agent

For example, if your Java executable exists in the /usr/java/jdk1.7.0_71/jre/bin/java path, specify /usr/java/jdk1.7.0_71/jre as the value of this field.

For information about the procedure related to this dialog box see, Configuring Java home directory through PATROL Console.

Note

If you have specified a different path in this field, restart the BMC PATROL Agent to apply the changes.

Manage List of RHEV Managers dialog box

Use this dialog box to add, modify, and delete Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Managers from your virtual environment.

This dialog box contains the following items:

Item
Description

Hostname

Displays the name of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager that is being modified or deleted

UsernameDisplays the user name required to access the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
Add RHEV Manager

Displays the Add RHEV Manager dialog box to add a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager

Modify RHEV Manager

Displays the Edit RHEV Manager dialog box to modify a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager

Delete RHEV ManagerEnables you to delete a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager

Modify RHEV Manager dialog box

Use this dialog box to modify a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager. This dialog box contains the following items:

Item
Description
HostnameDisplays the host name of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager that you want to modify
UsernameEnter the user name for the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
Password

Enter the password corresponding to the user name

Domain

Enter the domain of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager

Certificate Path

Enter the path for the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager certificate for server validation.

Note: The path should be an absolute path to the location where the certificate resides on the PATROL Agent. For example, /home/patrol/ca.crt.

PortEnter the port number for the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
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