In order to monitor a Pick (aka D3) database on a non-windows machine you will need to have net-snmp installed. For operating systems that run a different snmp process by default (eg AIX), you will have to install net-snmp. Support for Pick on Windows is forthcoming.
The procedure for monitoring a Pick database involves two steps after you have net-snmp running:
- create a small shell script
- extend net-snmp to execute this script
1. shell script
The script can be installed anywhere. For this example we will have it installed at “/usr/local/bin/lm-d3stats.sh”:
Details on these and other variables can be seen at Tigerlogic’s d3tcl Command (UNIX) man page
2. extend net-snmp
Extend net-snmp by adding to the snmpd.conf file (commonly located in /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf or /etc/snmpd.conf) this line:
extend lm-d3stats /bin/bash /usr/local/bin/lm-d3stats.sh
Restart the net-snmp process after adding this line in order for it to take effect.
After you have made these changes the database should show up under “D3 Status” datasource on the database host in LogicMonitor within 5 minutes.