My company is using Open-Audit 3.3.2 and I am having issues figuring out how to auto fill in some of the fields on Manage → Devices → List Devices page. Specifically the firmware version. Is there any way to run an audit script and then have that data automatically filled in on the device list page?
If not is there a good way in Open-Audit to automate gathering all of that data like the firmware version, serial number etc.. and just have it automatically populate that into our device list page? Also everything we have runs Linux, mostly CentOS7 if that is helpful at all.
Are you successfully discovering your devices? Do the hardware details populate (disk, motherboard, memory, etc) on the device details pages? If so, it's just a matter of writing a query.
The wiki page at Creating a Query should help here. There are also pages detailing the 'system' table (the main device table) DB Schema - system table and the related 'component' tables (software, disk, bios, memory, etc) DB Schema - component tables. When you create your query, you will need to join to whichever table has the data you need. You state firmware version, but we retrieve firmware details for disks and SNMP modules. We retrieve bios details as well, so that may be what you need.
You can view the database table information at menu → Admin → Database → List Tables, then selecting the table of interest.
Hopefully that's helpful.
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