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Include the "Universal Linux Monitoring" Management Pack with System Center 2016 Management Packs for UNIX and Linux

Currently the System Center 2016 Management Packs for UNIX and Linux do not include the actual universal monitoring MP (Microsoft.Linux.Universal.Monitoring) for Unix/Linux, and it must be obtained from the older 2012 MPs.

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      • John Austin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Thanks, KH, for the additional info. I can't edit my initial comment, but obtaining from the 2016 media is certainly preferable to using the 2012 version. :)

      • Kevin Holman commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        FYI - you should not get these from the 2012R2 media - these (and a lot of other core MP's) should be initially imported for the SCOM 2016 media for SCOM 2016, and the SCOM 2012R2 media for SCOM 2012R2. THEN, you go and get the update MP's.... which only include updated libraries by design. The problem is our documentation isnt clear on this. I have updated: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/kevinholman/2016/11/11/monitoring-unixlinux-with-opsmgr-2016/ to clarify the correct sequencing.

      • John Austin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        In the new MP set published yesterday, the "Universal Linux Monitoring" MP is still not included in the 2016 MSI and again must be retrieved from the 2012 R2 MSI.

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