SAS 9.2 Enterprise Business Intelligence Server Monitoring with HP OpenView Operations for Windows 7.x
export CONNECT_SERVER_CONTEXT= export S T O R E D _ P R O C _ S E R V E R _ D I R = / u s e r s / s a s i n / S A S 9 2 / c o n f i g / L e v 1 / S A S A p p / S t o r e d P r o c e s s S e r v e export STORED_PROC_SERVER_CONTEXT=SASApp export TABLE_SERVER_DIR=/users/sasin/SAS92/config/Lev1/SASTS/TableServer export TABLE_SERVER_CONTEXT=SASTS export REMOTE_SERVICES_DIR= export REMOTE_SERVICES_CONTEXT= r
For each of the SAS 9.2 server types configured on that machine, modify the servertype_DIR definition to match the local SAS installation path(s).
For each of the SAS 9.2 server types configured on that machine, modify the servertype_CONTEXT if your installation changed it from the default SAS configuration.
Modify the SASCMD definition to match the local SAS installation path for the SAS 9.2 executable. The scripts that implement monitoring of SAS web application URLs invoke a small SAS batch program to query the designated URLs and check their returned status
Deploy the SPI for SAS92 Instrumentation to the managed node: In the left pane of the OpenView Operations Manager Console, expand Operations Manager -> Nodes and right-click on your managed node. From the resulting pop-up dialog, select All Tasks->Deploy Instrumentation. Select SPI for SAS92 from the list of Instrumentation files and click OK.
Repeat the above for each managed UNIX node, modifying the environment file to match that machine’s local SAS9.2 configuration.
Checking a managed node’s SAS servers environment file
If you wish to insure that the SAS environment files are readable by the OpenView SPI for SAS92 installation, you can run a supplied SPI for SAS92 Administration Tool to output the contents of the SAS environment for each managed node.
In the left pane of the OpenView Operations Manager Console, expand Operations Manager -> Tools ->SPI for SAS92
Under the HP-UX and Windows elements, the Administration folder contains a Show SAS servers environment tool which will remotely-execute a script to display the contents of the sas92_servers_environ file on chosen managed nodes: