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After creating a new user group, you must create a corresponding .mrl file and add the new user group to this .mrl file. To add the new user group:

  1. Go to the MCELL_HOME\etc\cellName\kb\collectors folder.
  2. Open the .mrl file of the user group that you created.
  3. Within each file is listed read, write, and execute permissions. Add the new group you created under the permissions that you want to allot to the group.
  4. Compile the cell by executing the mccomp –n <cellname> command.
  5. Restart the cell.
  6. Login to the Infrastructure Management Operation Console and check whether the collectors are visible or not.

Sample .mrl file

#
# File name: xxx.mrl
# Version: 9.6.00
# Copyright 1998-2010 BMC Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
#      " xxx.UDS_Events" Collector for class definition- "UDS_Event" .  
#      An event tree will have a parent folder labelled "xxx" with
#      a child folder labelled "UDS_Events" which will contail all events of "UDS_Event" class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
collector xxx :  
{
        r['BPPM Monitoring Administrators','BPPM Administrators','Cloud Administrators','BPPM Model Administrators',
          'Service Administrators','Service Operators - Senior']
        w['BPPM Monitoring Administrators','BPPM Administrators','Cloud Administrators','BPPM Model Administrators',
          'Service Administrators','Service Operators - Senior']
        x['BPPM Monitoring Administrators','BPPM Administrators','Cloud Administrators','BPPM Model Administrators',
          'Service Administrators','Service Operators - Senior']
}
END
collector xxx.UDS_Events :  
UDS_Event
END

Note

In the .mrl file, r denotes read permission, w denotes write permission, and x denotes execute permission.

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