The BMC Discovery MF Part page provides details of the MF Part. MF Parts are LPARs and might be native or virtual. The MF Parts page groups the field names in a logical format. The page is divided into separate groups of information that you can collapse or expand to view as required.
The following table lists information fields that can be displayed in the Default Section group for a mainframe object.
The name of the LPAR.
The model of the LPAR.
The LPAR vendor.
A flag indicating whether the MFPart is virtual.
A flag indicating whether the MFPart is a partition.
Software Instances running on this MFPart.
A link to the object page for the containing mainframe computer.
A link to the object page for the sysplex. This is modeled as a Cluster node.
A link to the coupling facility that the LPAR is using.
The following table lists information fields that can be displayed in the Identity group for a mainframe object.
The serial number of the mainframe computer.
The description of the mainframe computer.
States whether the LPAR is virtual.
The full list of information fields which can be displayed in the Operating System group for a mainframe object are shown in the following table.
The discovered OS (for example, z/OS SP7.1.1).
Discovered OS Class
The discovered OS class (for example, Mainframe).
Discovered OS Type
The discovered OS type (for example, z/OS).
Discovered OS Version
The discovered OS type (for example, SP7.1.1).
The following table lists information fields that can be displayed in the Storage group for a mainframe object.
Link to the storage collections used by this MF Part.
Lists Discovery Accesses for this mainframe, grouped by scan date. When an endpoint is scanned, a Discovery Access node is created. The Discovery Access node records information such as the start time, end time, Discovery Run of which this is a part, and previous Discovery Access to simplify troubleshooting. Clicking a Discovery Access displays the DiscoveryAccess page for that Discovery Access. Where a Discovery Access is about to be deleted as part of DDD aging, a trash can icon is displayed next to the Discovery Access.
Last successful CMDB sync
The time and date at which this MFPart was last successfully synchronized into the CMDB.
Last failed CMDB sync
The time and date at which this MFPart was last unsuccessfully synchronized into the CMDB.
CMDB sync duration
The time (in seconds) spent performing the last CMDB synchronization for this MFPart.
CMDB CI count
The number of CIs corresponding to this MFPart at the last CMDB synchronization.
CMDB Relationship count
The number of relationships to CIs corresponding to this MFPart at the last CMDB synchronization.