awjudge
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vCops MP for Hyperic issues

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Hi all,

I have a ticket open with VMware support on this one, but it's been 2 months and no answers yet. Thought I'd ask the collective.

I have installed the MP for Hyperic pack, and created an adapter instance. All seems to be ok. I've imported the Hyperic Cert into vCops. I can 'Test' the adapter and it comes back OK.

But, when I look at my vCops inventory, I see all my Hyperic objects, with no metrics.

The adapter log in vCops shows errors:

2014-02-12 04:14:54,808 ERROR [Collector worker thread 9] (3529) com.vmware.adapter3.hyperic.HypericApiAdapter.onCollect - Exception in onCollect method

java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 400 for URL: https://10.7.160.100:7443/rest/metric/registration

at sun.net.www.protocol.http.HttpURLConnection.getInputStream(Unknown Source)

at sun.net.www.protocol.https.HttpsURLConnectionImpl.getInputStream(Unknown Source)

at com.vmware.adapter3.hyperic.operation.HypericServerOperationImpl.registerForPerformanceData(HypericServerOperationImpl.java:129)

at com.vmware.adapter3.hyperic.HypericApiAdapter.onCollect(HypericApiAdapter.java:524)

at com.integrien.alive.common.adapter3.AdapterBase.collectBase(AdapterBase.java:644)

at com.integrien.alive.common.adapter3.AdapterBase.collect(AdapterBase.java:457)

at com.integrien.alive.collector.CollectorWorkItem3.run(CollectorWorkItem3.java:47)

at com.integrien.alive.common.util.ThreadPool$WorkerItem.run(ThreadPool.java:239)

at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(Unknown Source)

at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(Unknown Source)

at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)


Has anyone seen this, or have any suggestions?


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awjudge
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Well, after more than 5 months struggling with this issue, I found the cause.

The VCOPs Admin password had a '&' character in it.

Changed the password. Problem solved. :smileyconfused:

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mark_j
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Is vCenter properly defined in the Hyperic admin/mgmt area?

I'd blow away the Hyperic adapter instance and recreate. Also ensure you're using the latest/greatest Hyperic MP available from Solutions Exchange.

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awjudge
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Well, after more than 5 months struggling with this issue, I found the cause.

The VCOPs Admin password had a '&' character in it.

Changed the password. Problem solved. :smileyconfused:

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mark_j
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I once had a problem like that.. apparently 32-char-length passwords aren't welcome some places.

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