Compliance Job - Scheduled Job Notifications

The Scheduled Job Notifications tab lets you send notifications when a scheduled job completes. It also lets you send notifications that indicate whether the target components have compliant configurations, non-compliant configurations, or both.

Notifications can take the form of emails or SNMP traps. When a job completes, an SNMP trap is sent to a specified server, where it can be read using software that receives and interprets SNMP traps.

Job Run Notifications

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Description

Send email to

Lists email addresses of the accounts to notify when a job completes with the status that you specify. Separate multiple email addresses with semicolons, such as sysadmin@bmc.com;sysmgr@bmc.com. After entering email address information, check the statuses that cause an email to be generated.

Send SNMP trap to

Provides name or IP address of the server to notify when the job completes. After entering server information, check the statuses that should cause an SNMP trap to be generated.
BMC Server Automation provides a management information base (MIB) that describes its SNMP trap structure. You can use this MIB to create scripts that integrate traps into your trap collection system. The MIB is located at installDirectory/Share/BladeLogic.mib.

List failed servers in email notification

Indicates email notifications should list all servers on which a job has failed.

Compliance Results Notifications

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Description

Send email to

Lists email addresses of the accounts to notify about compliance results. Separate email addresses with spaces. Notification can occur when results are consistent, inconsistent, or both.

Append compliance results to email

Indicates emailed notifications should include compliance results.

Limit email body size

Limits the size of email that is generated by appending compliance results. Enter the maximum size, in kilobytes, in the text box.

Send SNMP trap to

Provides name or IP address of the server to notify about compliance results. After entering server information, check the results that should cause an SNMP trap to be generated. For example, if you select Inconsistent and a Compliance Job indicates that two components are inconsistent, an SNMP trap is sent.

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