Comments 6 Posted In Red Hat Virtualization Is it possible to install SNMP on RHEV3 Hypervisor? Latest response 2012-02-20T17:51:44+00:00 In order to monitor our setup I'd like to install SNMP on the hypervisor and a couple of the guests riding it. How can this be done on the RHEV3 Hypervisor? In Started 2012-02-15T15:55:52+00:00 by InteractiveRHN Pro 466 points Log in to join the conversation Responses Sort By Oldest Sort By Newest Red Hat Pro 542 points 16 February 2012 6:36 AM Humble Devassy Chirammal Hi, The binary called 'ovirt-config-snmp' is available in rhev 3 hypervisor.. It is inside '/usr/libexec' directory.. This should help you to configure 'snmp' in rhev3 hypervisor.. Red Hat Guru 4679 points 16 February 2012 7:23 AM Sadique Puthen Full location to binary is /usr/libexec/ovirt-config-snmp Red Hat Pro 542 points 16 February 2012 8:16 AM Humble Devassy Chirammal Snip from my test system: [root@ibm-hs22-7870-2 libexec]# ./ovirt-config-snmp Enable SNMP agent ([Y]es/[N]o/[A]bort)? Y Enter password for SNMPv3 USM 'root' user:Confirm password:Stopping snmpd: [ OK ]Starting snmpd: [ OK ] [root@ibm-hs22-7870-2 libexec]# service snmpd statussnmpd (pid 26210) is running...[root@ibm-hs22-7870-2 libexec]# In Pro 466 points 16 February 2012 12:04 PM InteractiveRHN Thanks people. Red Hat Pro 542 points 16 February 2012 12:13 PM Humble Devassy Chirammal YW && NP.. Please feel free to shoot if you have any further questions. Red Hat Active Contributor 225 points 20 February 2012 5:51 PM Perry Myers A few notes for folks on this thread... Dropping to shell and running ovirt-config-snmp is not supported on RHEVH. (In fact dropping to shell and running any command or editing any config file manually is not supported except as directed by Red Hat support teams) Also it appears that the latest RHEVH 6 builds contain a bug when running ovirt-config-snmp manually where the password cannot be set properly. Exposing the SNMP enable/password configuration is something we will target for a future release of RHEVH, but for the time being it should not be used.