Class BMC.CORE:BMC_ComputerSystem Version : 1 State : final

BMC.CORE:BMC_BaseElement

Direct Known Subclasses:
BMC.CORE:BMC_Mainframe, BMC.CORE:BMC_Printer

The BMC_ComputerSystem is the primary class used to model computers in the organization.

BMC_ComputerSystem represents:

  • General-purpose computing devices such as servers and workstations.
  • Specific-purpose devices such as network and storage devices.
  • Both physical and virtual systems. For virtual systems, the isVirtual attribute is set to Yes.

BMC_ComputerSystem attributes and related CIs describe both the physical aspects of the computer (hardware or virtual hardware) and logical aspects (network names, running and installed software, and so on).

Most systems are directly represented by the BMC_ComputerSystem class, but a number of devices are represented by type-specific subclasses such as BMC_Mainframe, BMC_Printer, and BMC_StorageSubsystem. The PrimaryCapability attribute is used to indicate the main purpose of the computer.

BMC_ComputerSystem corresponds to the DMTF CIM_ComputerSystem class.

CTI Values [    ]

CategoryTypeItemDescription
HardwareProcessing UnitServer A general-purpose server, represented with PrimaryCapability Server.
NetworkSwitchData Switch A network switch, with PrimaryCapability Switch or Layer 3 Switch.

Attributes Summary [    ]

Data typeNameDescription
enumerationAdminPasswordStatus Thermal state of the system when last booted.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Disabled) 
  • 1 - (Enabled) 
  • 2 - (Not Implemented) 
  • 3 - (Unknown) 

The default value is "2".

enumerationBootROMSupported Specifies whether a computer can be booted from a server or from another remote station.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Yes) 
  • 1 - (No) 

The default value is "1".

characterCapabilityList All the functions that the computer system can perform.

Note: Although this is a character attribute that allows you to enter any value, you should enter only the values listed in this description. More than one value can be entered.

Possible values are listed in the description of the PrimaryCapability attribute and use the textual labels rather than the enum numbers. A computer system can be dedicated to a single function (such as printing, routing, or switching packets), or it can perform several functions. Typically, PrimaryCapability is set to the first item in CapabilityList. If there are multiple values then they should be separated by semicolons. For example, a server that has some firewall capabilities could have PrimaryCapability set to Server and CapabilityList set to Server;Firewall. A switch device would have both CapabilityList and PrimaryCapability set to Switch.

enumerationChassisBootupState Boot state of the chassis.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Other) 
  • 1 - (Unknown) 
  • 2 - (Safe) 
  • 3 - (Warning) 
  • 4 - (Critical) 
  • 5 - (Non-recoverable) 

The default value is "2".

characterConfigurationOptions Configuration of a hub system.
characterDataRate Data exchange rate for a network device, including the unit of measure, such as MB/sec (megabytes per second). For example, 100 MB/sec.
enumerationDHCPUse Specifies whether the computer system is using DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) to get its IP address.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Unknown) 
  • 1 - (Enabled) 
  • 2 - (Disabled) 

The default value is "0".

characterDomain DNS domain name of the computer as known by the target system. If unknown, NULL is used.
characterEnvironmentSpecification The system's environmental requirements in human-readable form.

For example, Operating temperature: 0 to 40 degree C, 32 to 104 degree F; Storage temperature: -40 to 70 degree C, -40 to 158 degree F; Relative humidity: <85% non-condensing.

characterExpansion The elements that can be added to the system.

For example, Optional management module: RS232 DB-9 (male); 10/100BASE-TX port: Shielded RJ-45; Optional FX module: SC connector.

characterExpansionInterface Expansion interface for a hub.

For example, 10/100BASE-T Ethernet Interface, optional Ethernet module.

characterfirmware_version Version of the software stored in read-only memory (ROM).
decimalFlashMemory Amount of flash memory available (in Kilobytes) in the system. Syntax: Decimal
characterFrequency Electrical frequency of the system.

For example, AC line frequency could be 47-63Hz.

characterHostName Local name of the computer as known by the target system.

For example, the result of running the hostname command. Domain information is included if the computer includes it when reporting its own name. If unknown, use NULL.

characterInputCurrent Type of current (AC or DC) supported by the system.

For example, AC.

characterInputVoltage Voltage supported by the system.

The value includes V for Volts with AC or DC. For example, 110 V AC.

enumerationIsUnqualified Indicates whether the instance is unqualified.

An unqualified device is one that is connected to a known BMC_IPEndpoint instance, but has not been fully identified by discovery. NULL is used for an instance that is qualified (instead of No).

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Yes) 

There is no default value.

characterMaxConsumption Maximum amount of electricity the system uses.

MaxConsumption is populated with a number followed by W for Watts. For example, 80W.

characterMediaSupported The material that the system can use to transmit data.

For example, Ethernet, fiber, and optical.

decimalNumberOfSlots Total number of slots on a network device. Syntax: Decimal
characterOtherCapabilityDescription The system's main function when the value of the PrimaryCapability attribute is set to Other.

For example, PDA.

decimalPortsPerSlot Total number of ports supported by each slot. Syntax: Decimal
enumerationPrimaryCapability Main function of the computer system. Default: Not Dedicated

Typically, this attribute is set to the first item in CapabilityList. For example, a server that has some firewall capabilities could have PrimaryCapability set to Server and CapabilityList set to Server,Firewall. A switch device would have both CapabilityList and PrimaryCapability set to Switch.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Not Dedicated) 
  • 1 - (Unknown) 
  • 2 - (Other) 
  • 3 - (Storage) 
  • 4 - (Router) 
  • 5 - (Switch) 
  • 6 - (Layer 3 Switch) 
  • 7 - (Central Office Switch) 
  • 8 - (Hub) 
  • 9 - (Access Server) 
  • 10 - (Firewall) 
  • 11 - (Print) 
  • 12 - (I/O) 
  • 13 - (Web Caching) 
  • 14 - (Server) 
  • 15 - (Management) 
  • 16 - (Block Server) 
  • 17 - (File Server) 
  • 18 - (Mobile User Device) 
  • 19 - (Repeater) 
  • 20 - (Bridge/Extender) 
  • 21 - (Gateway) 
  • 22 - (LoadBalancer) 
  • 23 - (Mainframe) 
  • 24 - (SANSwitch) 
  • 25 - (SANHub) 
  • 26 - (SANBridge) 
  • 27 - (SANRouter) 
  • 28 - (SANDirector) 
  • 29 - (RAIDStorageDevice) 
  • 30 - (Virtual Tape Library) 
  • 31 - (JBOD) 
  • 32 - (Workstation) 
  • 33 - (StorageSubsystem) 
  • 34 - (Storage Virtualizer) 
  • 35 - (Media Library) 
  • 36 - (ExtenderNode) 
  • 37 - (NAS Head) 
  • 38 - (Self-contained NAS) 
  • 39 - (UPS) 
  • 40 - (IP Phone) 
  • 41 - (Management Controller) 
  • 42 - (Chassis Manager) 
  • 43 - (Host-based RAID controller) 
  • 44 - (Storage Device Enclosure) 
  • 45 - (Desktop) 
  • 46 - (Laptop) 
  • 47 - (Virtual Library System) 
  • 48 - (Blade System) 
  • 49 - (Blade Server) 
  • 50 - (VPN Concentrator) 
  • 51 - (Proxy Server) 
  • 52 - (Layer 3 Proxy Server) 
  • 53 - (WAN Accelerator) 
  • 54 - (SAN Processor) 

The default value is "0".

enumerationResetCapability The system reset value.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Other) 
  • 1 - (Unknown) 
  • 2 - (Disabled)  This value indicates that reset is not allowed.
  • 3 - (Enabled)  This value indicates that the computer system can be reset by hardware. For example, the power and reset buttons.
  • 4 - (Non-recoverable) 

The default value is "2".

decimalResetCount Number of automatic resets after the last reset. Syntax: Decimal

A value of -1 (minus one) indicates that the count is unknown.

decimalResetLimit Number of consecutive times a system reset is attempted. Syntax: Decimal

A value of -1 (minus one) indicates that the limit is unknown.

characterSysName The administratively-assigned name for this managed node.

By convention, this is the node's fully-qualified domain name. This attribute is part of the network extension.

characterSystemOID Identifies the manufacturer and device type of the system.

For example, 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.323 is a type of Cisco Catalyst 2950 IOS router.

enumerationSystemType Type of computer system. Default: Unknown

If the computer is Windows-based, this attribute must have a value.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (X86-based PC) 
  • 1 - (MIPS-based PC) 
  • 2 - (Alpha-based PC) 
  • 3 - (Power PC) 
  • 4 - (SH-x PC) 
  • 5 - (StrongARM PC) 
  • 6 - (64-bit Intel PC) 
  • 7 - (64-bit Alpha PC) 
  • 8 - (Unknown) 
  • 9 - (X86-Nec98 PC) 

The default value is "8".

enumerationThermalState State of the system when last booted.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Other) 
  • 1 - (Unknown) 
  • 2 - (Safe) 
  • 3 - (Warning) 
  • 4 - (Critical) 
  • 5 - (Non-recoverable) 

The default value is "2".

decimalTotalPhysicalMemory Total number of megabytes (MB) of physical memory. Syntax: Decimal
enumerationVirtualSystemType Type of virtual machine.

Set to NULL if the machine is not virtual.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Other) 
  • 1 - (Unknown) 
  • 2 - (LPAR) 
  • 3 - (VM/VM Guest) 
  • 4 - (VMware) 
  • 20 - (Xen) 
  • 25 - (LDOM) 
  • 30 - (Solaris Container) 
  • 35 - (HP nPartitions) 
  • 40 - (VPar) 
  • 45 - (Microsoft Hyper-V) 

There is no default value.

characterWorkgroup Name of the computer system's Windows Workgroup.

Inherited attributes [    ]

Data typeNameDescription
characterAccountID Attribute that specifies the account to which the instance belongs. This value is used to set permissions for the instance and is intended for implementing multitenancy. Accounts can represent customers, organizations, departments, or other parties to which you want to give access to a limited set of configuration items (CIs) and relationships.
characterADDMIntegrationId ADDM integration Id - attribute used to store the ADDM Foreign key
characterAssignedTo Attribute that specifies the person to whom the instance is assigned;
characterAttributeDataSourceList Attribute that specifies a list of all other attributes in the class, each with the source dataset that supplied the attribute's value the last time the instance was merged. This enables each attribute to participate in Merge activities by using the precedence value of the dataset that populated it. Used by the Reconciliation Engine.
enumerationAvailability Attribute that specifies the adverse effects that a loss of availability of the instance has on organizational operations, assets, or individuals. Ensures that your organization has timely and reliable access to information in the instance (44 U.S.C., SEC. 3542).

Possible values are:

  • 10 - (N/A)  Indicates no effect
  • 20 - (Low)  Indicates limited adverse effects
  • 30 - (Moderate)  Indicates serious adverse effects
  • 40 - (High)  Indicates severe or catastrophic adverse effects

There is no default value.

characterCategory Attribute that specifies user-defined categorization of the instance. Used with the Type and Item attributes.
characterCITag Specifies the unique identifier of the VM represented by this CI.
characterClassId Attribute that specifies the unique identifier of the class to which the instance belongs.
characterCMDBRowLevelSecurity Attribute that specifies the permission groups that have read-only access to the instance data.
characterCMDBWriteSecurity Attribute that specifies the permission groups that have read/write access to the instance data.
enumerationConfidentiality Attribute that specifies the adverse effects that a loss of confidentiality of the data in the instance has on organizational operations, assets, or individuals. Preserves authorized restrictions on information access and disclosure, including means for protecting personal privacy and proprietary information (44 U.S.C., SEC. 3542).

Possible values are:

  • 10 - (N/A)  Indicates no effect
  • 20 - (Low)  Indicates limited adverse effects
  • 30 - (Moderate)  Indicates serious adverse effects
  • 40 - (High)  Indicates severe or catastrophic adverse effects

There is no default value.

dateTimeCreateDate Attribute that specifies the date and time the instance was created; Value supplied by: AR System.
characterDatasetId Attribute that specifies the unique identifier of the dataset to which the instance belongs. This can be the ID of the BMC Remedy Asset Management dataset (BMC.ASSET) or the ID of a discovery application dataset (for example, BMC.ADDM or BMC.IMPORT.CONFIG).
characterDescription Attribute that contains a textual description of the instance.
enumerationFailedAutomaticIdentification Attribute that specifies whether manual identification is required. Used by the Reconciliation Engine.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (False) 
  • 1 - (True) 

The default value is "0".

diaryHistory Attribute that specifies the history of the instance in diary format. Syntax: Diary.
characterImpactComputationModel Attribute that specifies the status of this CI based on statuses propagated from provider CIs. This attribute was formerly named StatusModel in the SIM extension.
characterInstanceId Attribute that specifies the internal unique identifier of the instance. Instances that share the same reconciliation identity do not share the same InstanceId.
enumerationIntegrity Attribute that specifies the level of adverse effects that a loss of integrity of the instance has on organizational operations, assets, or individuals. Guards against improper information modification or destruction, and includes information ensuring nonrepudiation and authenticity (44 U.S.C., SEC. 3542).

Possible values are:

  • 10 - (N/A)  Indicates no effect
  • 20 - (Low)  Indicates limited adverse effects
  • 30 - (Moderate)  Indicates serious adverse effects
  • 40 - (High)  Indicates severe or catastrophic adverse effects

There is no default value.

enumerationisVirtual Specifies whether the computer is virtual or physical.

To ensure correct reconciliation with data created by BMC Software products, NULL is used for an instance that is not virtual (instead of No).

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (No) 
  • 1 - (Yes) 

There is no default value.

characterItem Attribute that specifies the user-defined categorization of the instance. This attribute is used with the Category and Type attributes.
characterLastModifiedBy Attribute that specifies the user that last modified the instance; Value supplied by: AR System.
dateTimeLastScanDate Attribute that specifies the last date and time the instance was scanned. Used by discovery applications.
characterManufacturerName The computer system's hardware manufacturer or, for virtual machines, the virtualization technology vendor.
enumerationMarkAsDeleted Attribute that specifies whether the instance is soft deleted. To ensure correct reconciliation with data created by BMC Software products, use NULL instead of No for an instance that is not soft deleted;

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (No) 
  • 1 - (Yes) 

There is no default value.

characterMarketVersion Attribute that specifies the publicised version number of the entity represented by the instance.
characterModel The hardware manufacturer's model name.

For example, PowerEdge 2950.

For virtual machines, the model name associated with the virtualization technology. For example, VMware Virtual Platform.

dateTimeModifiedDate Attribute that specifies the date and time the instance was last modified; Value supplied by: AR System.
characterName Name of the computer system.

Contains the fully qualified domain name (FQDN). If the FQDN is not available, contains the plain hostname; if that is not available, contains the IP address used to contact the system.

characterNameFormat DNS, HostName, or IP address, corresponding to the value in the Name attribute.
diaryNotes Attribute that specifies the general notes in diary format about the item represented. Syntax: Diary; by the instance.
characterOwnerContact Attribute that specifies information about how to contact the primary system owner (for example, a phone number, an email address, or both).
characterOwnerName Attribute that specifies the name of the primary system owner.
characterParentCITag Specifies the unique identifier of the parent virtual machine (VM).
enumerationPriority Attribute that specifies the customer-assigned instance priority.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (PRIORITY_5) 
  • 1 - (PRIORITY_4) 
  • 2 - (PRIORITY_3) 
  • 3 - (PRIORITY_2) 
  • 4 - (PRIORITY_1) 

The default value is "0".

characterReconciliationIdentity Attribute that specifies the identifier assigned either manually or by an Identification activity. It is unique to all instances in any dataset that represent the same real-life CI or relationship. The value for ReconciliationIdentity stays the same when the instance is copied or moved to other datasets.
enumerationReferenceInstance Reserved for use in a future version of BMC Atrium CMDB.

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (ReferenceInstance) 

There is no default value.

characterRequestId Internal system field used for permissions to AR System form entries; Value supplied by: AR System.
characterSerialNumber The computer system's unique serial number.

For x86 family machines, the BIOS serial number.

characterShortDescription Attribute that specifies a short textual description used to provide a human-readable name for the instance.
characterSubmitter Attribute that specifies a unique account identifier of the user that created the instance.
enumerationSupported Attribute that specifies whether technical support is provided for this class. If the value set to No, the class is deprecated and support might not be provided for it in the future;

Possible values are:

  • 0 - (Yes) 
  • 1 - (No) 
  • 2 - (N/A) 

The default value is "0".

characterTokenFormat Attribute that specifies the heuristic used to generate the value of the TokenId attribute. The heuristic is defined in a subclass of this class;
characterTokenId
  • For physical machines, a string in the form of HostName:Domain.
  • For virtual machines, a UUID with the following format:
    VMware: VI-UUID:aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee
    where the UUID is equivalent to the BIOS serial number with spaces removed and dashes added as appropriate while retaining the digit order.
  • For Hyper-V, HYPERV-ID:AAAAAAAA-BBBB-CCCC-DDDD-EEEEEEEEEEEE
    where the ID is the VM's UUID (not its BIOS serial number).
  • For Xen and OracleVM, XEN-ID:aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee
    where the ID is the UUID from /sys/hypervisor/uuid.
  • For KVM, KVM-UUID:aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee
    where the ID is the VM's UUID.
characterType For general purpose computers: Processing Unit.
For network devices: Switch or Router.
characterVersionNumber Attribute that specifies the internal, full resolution, version number of the entity represented by the instance.

Attributes Detail [    ]

AdminPasswordStatus

enumeration AdminPasswordStatus
Thermal state of the system when last booted.

NameValue
FieldId301016800
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAQj69CwMgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default2
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; (2) ; (3)

BootROMSupported

enumeration BootROMSupported
Specifies whether a computer can be booted from a server or from another remote station.

NameValue
FieldId301016900
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQATD69CwMwMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default1
Enum Values (0) ; (1)

CapabilityList

character CapabilityList
All the functions that the computer system can perform.

Note: Although this is a character attribute that allows you to enter any value, you should enter only the values listed in this description. More than one value can be entered.

Possible values are listed in the description of the PrimaryCapability attribute and use the textual labels rather than the enum numbers. A computer system can be dedicated to a single function (such as printing, routing, or switching packets), or it can perform several functions. Typically, PrimaryCapability is set to the first item in CapabilityList. If there are multiple values then they should be separated by semicolons. For example, a server that has some firewall capabilities could have PrimaryCapability set to Server and CapabilityList set to Server;Firewall. A switch device would have both CapabilityList and PrimaryCapability set to Switch.

NameValue
FieldId301016100
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQApz69CwPAMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen0

ChassisBootupState

enumeration ChassisBootupState
Boot state of the chassis.

NameValue
FieldId301017000
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAVj69CwNAMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default2
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)

ConfigurationOptions

character ConfigurationOptions
Configuration of a hub system.

NameValue
FieldId200000029
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQA6D29CwKgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

DataRate

character DataRate
Data exchange rate for a network device, including the unit of measure, such as MB/sec (megabytes per second). For example, 100 MB/sec.

NameValue
FieldId200000023
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQA8j29CwKwMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen30

DHCPUse

enumeration DHCPUse
Specifies whether the computer system is using DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) to get its IP address.

NameValue
FieldId301182000
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FweYTQQRMi3BQswUA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default0
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; (2)

Domain

character Domain
DNS domain name of the computer as known by the target system. If unknown, NULL is used.

NameValue
FieldId260140117
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAcD29CwHgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

EnvironmentSpecification

character EnvironmentSpecification
The system's environmental requirements in human-readable form.

For example, Operating temperature: 0 to 40 degree C, 32 to 104 degree F; Storage temperature: -40 to 70 degree C, -40 to 158 degree F; Relative humidity: <85% non-condensing.

NameValue
FieldId301019800
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQA1D29CwKAMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

Expansion

character Expansion
The elements that can be added to the system.

For example, Optional management module: RS232 DB-9 (male); 10/100BASE-TX port: Shielded RJ-45; Optional FX module: SC connector.

NameValue
FieldId200000025
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQA_D29CwLAMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

ExpansionInterface

character ExpansionInterface
Expansion interface for a hub.

For example, 10/100BASE-T Ethernet Interface, optional Ethernet module.

NameValue
FieldId200000026
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQABj69CwLQMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

firmware_version

character firmware_version
Version of the software stored in read-only memory (ROM).

NameValue
FieldId301019900
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQA3j29CwKQMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen30

FlashMemory

decimal FlashMemory
Amount of flash memory available (in Kilobytes) in the system. Syntax: Decimal

NameValue
FieldId200000021
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAJD69CwLwMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse

Frequency

character Frequency
Electrical frequency of the system.

For example, AC line frequency could be 47-63Hz.

NameValue
FieldId200000035
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAwD29CwJgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen30

HostName

character HostName
Local name of the computer as known by the target system.

For example, the result of running the hostname command. Domain information is included if the computer includes it when reporting its own name. If unknown, use NULL.

NameValue
FieldId301016000
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAkz69CwOgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

InputCurrent

character InputCurrent
Type of current (AC or DC) supported by the system.

For example, AC.

NameValue
FieldId200000034
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAoj29CwIwMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen30

InputVoltage

character InputVoltage
Voltage supported by the system.

The value includes V for Volts with AC or DC. For example, 110 V AC.

NameValue
FieldId200000033
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQArD29CwJAMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen30

IsUnqualified

enumeration IsUnqualified
Indicates whether the instance is unqualified.

An unqualified device is one that is connected to a known BMC_IPEndpoint instance, but has not been fully identified by discovery. NULL is used for an instance that is qualified (instead of No).

NameValue
FieldId530060300
AttributeIdBMC_COMPUTERSYSTEM_IS_UNQUALIFIED
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Enum Values (0)

MaxConsumption

character MaxConsumption
Maximum amount of electricity the system uses.

MaxConsumption is populated with a number followed by W for Watts. For example, 80W.

NameValue
FieldId200000032
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAyj29CwJwMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen60

MediaSupported

character MediaSupported
The material that the system can use to transmit data.

For example, Ethernet, fiber, and optical.

NameValue
FieldId200000028
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAGj69CwLgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

NumberOfSlots

decimal NumberOfSlots
Total number of slots on a network device. Syntax: Decimal

NameValue
FieldId260400001
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQALj69CwMAMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse

OtherCapabilityDescription

character OtherCapabilityDescription
The system's main function when the value of the PrimaryCapability attribute is set to Other.

For example, PDA.

NameValue
FieldId530034500
AttributeIdOS00C04FA081BAJrHLRQ9MhoiAQlwG
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen255

PortsPerSlot

decimal PortsPerSlot
Total number of ports supported by each slot. Syntax: Decimal

NameValue
FieldId260400002
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAOD69CwMQMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse

PrimaryCapability

enumeration PrimaryCapability
Main function of the computer system. Default: Not Dedicated

Typically, this attribute is set to the first item in CapabilityList. For example, a server that has some firewall capabilities could have PrimaryCapability set to Server and CapabilityList set to Server,Firewall. A switch device would have both CapabilityList and PrimaryCapability set to Switch.

NameValue
FieldId301016200
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAsT69CwPQMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default0
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5) ; (6) ; (7) ; (8) ; (9) ; (10) ; (11) ; (12) ; (13) ; (14) ; (15) ; (16) ; (17) ; (18) ; (19) ; (20) ; (21) ; (22) ; (23) ; (24) ; (25) ; (26) ; (27) ; (28) ; (29) ; (30) ; (31) ; (32) ; (33) ; (34) ; (35) ; (36) ; (37) ; (38) ; (39) ; (40) ; (41) ; (42) ; (43) ; (44) ; (45) ; (46) ; (47) ; (48) ; (49) ; (50) ; (51) ; (52) ; (53) ; (54)

ResetCapability

enumeration ResetCapability
The system reset value.

NameValue
FieldId301017100
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAYD69CwNQMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default2
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; This value indicates that reset is not allowed. (2) ; This value indicates that the computer system can be reset by hardware. For example, the power and reset buttons. (3) ; (4)

ResetCount

decimal ResetCount
Number of automatic resets after the last reset. Syntax: Decimal

A value of -1 (minus one) indicates that the count is unknown.

NameValue
FieldId301017200
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAaj69CwNgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse

ResetLimit

decimal ResetLimit
Number of consecutive times a system reset is attempted. Syntax: Decimal

A value of -1 (minus one) indicates that the limit is unknown.

NameValue
FieldId301017300
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAdD69CwNwMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse

SysName

character SysName
The administratively-assigned name for this managed node.

By convention, this is the node's fully-qualified domain name. This attribute is part of the network extension.

NameValue
FieldId533010000
AttributeIdOB001422260381fN9KRgyAoyAArgoA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen60

SystemOID

character SystemOID
Identifies the manufacturer and device type of the system.

For example, 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.323 is a type of Cisco Catalyst 2950 IOS router.

NameValue
FieldId530043901
AttributeIdOS00C04FA081BARW32RwnNJx0QMh8B
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen255

SystemType

enumeration SystemType
Type of computer system. Default: Unknown

If the computer is Windows-based, this attribute must have a value.

NameValue
FieldId301016700
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAej29CwHwMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default8
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5) ; (6) ; (7) ; (8) ; (9)

ThermalState

enumeration ThermalState
State of the system when last booted.

NameValue
FieldId301019500
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAjj29CwIQMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Default2
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)

TotalPhysicalMemory

decimal TotalPhysicalMemory
Total number of megabytes (MB) of physical memory. Syntax: Decimal

NameValue
FieldId200000022
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAhD29CwIAMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse

VirtualSystemType

enumeration VirtualSystemType
Type of virtual machine.

Set to NULL if the machine is not virtual.

NameValue
FieldId530010600
AttributeIdOBr[0874CD4B4F4D2cQAuz69CwPgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
Enum Values (0) ; (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (20) ; (25) ; (30) ; (35) ; (40) ; (45)

Workgroup

character Workgroup
Name of the computer system's Windows Workgroup.

NameValue
FieldId301019600
AttributeIdOB000874CD4B4FoD2cQAmD29CwIgMA
EntryModeoptional
Hiddenfalse
Deprecatedfalse
MaxLen254

Relationships [    ]

Source ClassDestination ClassRelationship ClassRelationship NameDescription
BMC_ClusterBMC_ComputerSystemBMC_ComponentCLUSTEREDSYSTEMRelationship linking a CI representing a hardware cluster to its member computer systems
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_ComputerSystemBMC_DependencyNETWORKLINKRelationship linking a network device (Source) to a host (Destination).
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_ComputerSystemBMC_DependencyHOSTEDVIRTUALSYSTEMRelationship linking a physical computer system (Source) to one of its contained virtual computer systems (Destination).
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_SoftwareServerBMC_DependencyAPPLICATIONSYSTEMCOMPUTERRelationship linking a computer system to the software servers directly running on it.
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_ApplicationSystemBMC_DependencyAPPLICATIONSYSTEMCOMPUTERRelationship linking a computer system to application systems that have one or more parts running on it.
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_ApplicationBMC_DependencyAPPLICATIONSYSTEMCOMPUTERRelationship linking a computer system to applications that have one or more parts running on it.
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_IPEndPointBMC_HostedAccessPointHOSTEDACCESSPOINTRelationship from a computer system to one of its IP addresses
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_LANEndPointBMC_HostedAccessPointHOSTEDACCESSPOINTRelationship from a computer system to one of its MAC / layer 2 network addresses
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_OperatingSystemBMC_HostedSystemComponentsSYSTEMOSRelationship linking computer system to its operating system.
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_ProcessorBMC_HostedSystemComponentsSYSTEMHARDWARERelationship linking computer system to its processors.
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_NetworkPortBMC_HostedSystemComponentsSYSTEMHARDWARERelationship linking computer system to network interfaces.
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_VirtualSystemEnablerBMC_HostedSystemComponentsHOSTEDSYSTEMCOMPONENTSRelationship linking a physical computer system to the virtual system enabler it is hosting.
BMC_ComputerSystemBMC_ProductBMC_HostedSystemComponentsINSTALLEDSOFTWARERelationship linking a computer system to the significant products installed on it.
BMC_VirtualSystemEnablerBMC_ComputerSystemBMC_DependencyVIRTUALSYSTEMOSRelationship linking a virtual system enabler to one of the contained virtual computer systems.

CMDB Details [    ]

NameValue
NamespaceBMC.CORE
FormnameBMC.CORE:BMC_ComputerSystem
ExposureusedVisible