PWG-ANNOUNCE> Job Monitoring MIB V1.3 Last Call

PWG-ANNOUNCE> Job Monitoring MIB V1.3 Last Call

PWG-ANNOUNCE> Job Monitoring MIB V1.3 Last Call

Ron Bergman rbergma at dpc.com
Thu Dec 3 16:02:08 EST 1998


Tom Hastings has completed the updates to the Job Monitoring MIB and has
posted the new documents on the PWG server.  (See below)

This is a last call for comments by members of the PWG before these new
drafts are submitted to the IETF.  Since the differences from the previous
version are small, this will be only a two week last call.  

All comments must be in prior to December 18th.


	Ron Bergman
	Dataproducts Corp.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 1998 12:52:21 -0800 
From: "Hastings, Tom N" <hastings at cp10.es.xerox.com>
To: Ron Bergman <rbergma at dpc.com>
Cc: Tom Hastings <hastings at cp10.es.xerox.com>
Subject: FW: JMP> Job Monitoring MIB V1.3 posted

I reposted the same files with the same names after re-testing for
compiling.  So they are ready for PWG Last Call, which should be sent to the
PWG-ANNOUNCE list according to the procedures, not to JMP.  The date in the
files is now November 28, instead of November 24.

Tom

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Hastings, Tom N [mailto:hastings at cp10.es.xerox.com] 
>Sent: Wednesday, November 25, 1998 12:42
>To: jmp
>Subject: JMP> Job Monitoring MIB V1.3 posted
>
>
>I've posted the 1.3 JMP MIB as agreed in Tucson as:
>
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/jmp/mibs/jmp.dic
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/jmp/mibs/jmp-mib.doc
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/jmp/mibs/jmp-mib.mib
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/jmp/mibs/jmp-mib.pdf
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/jmp/mibs/jmp-mib.txt
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/jmp/mibs/jmp-mib-rev.doc
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/jmp/mibs/jmp-mib-rev.pdf
>
>It compiles.  The .mib file is the result of stripping the headers.  
>
>If Ron agrees, it is ready for him to send out to the 
>PWG-ANNOUNCE mailing
>list for PWG Last Call.
>
>The .txt file should be renamed to:
>draft-ietf-printmib-job-monitor-08.txt 
>when we send it as an Internet-Draft.  I did NOT post it in the
>Internet-Drafts directory yet on the PWG server and did NOT 
>send it to the
>IETF.  (The IETF isn't accepting I-Ds until after their 
>meeting in December.
>
>Here is the change history:
>
>1.1	Changes to produce version 1.3, dated November 8, 1998
>The following changes were made to version 1.2, dated October 
>2, 1998 to
>make version 1.3, dated November 8, 1998:
>1.	Added the Mirror table.
>2.	Moved the JmJobSubmissionIDTypeTC, JmJobStateReasons1TC,
>JmJobStateReasons2TC, JmJobStateReasons3TC, and JmJobStateReasons4TC
>assignments out of the MIB and into the Introduction.
>3.	Added the MANDATORY jmSystemGroup that contains the
>jmSystemVersionString, jmSystemOptionSupport, and 
>jmSystemAttributeSupport
>objects.
>
>
>Here is the new System Group that we discussed adding in 
>Tucson to help a
>management application determine what parts of the MIB the agent was
>supporting:
>
>-- The System Group (MANDATORY)
>-- (This group was added in version 1.3 of this MIB).
>
>-- The jmMirrorAttrGroup consists entirely of objects that summarize 
>-- the implementation of this MIB on a system.
>
>jmSystem        OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { jobmonMIBObjects 6 }
>
>jmSystemVersionString OBJECT-TYPE
>	SYNTAX      JmUTF8StringTC
>	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
>	STATUS      current
>	DESCRIPTION
>			"The minor and minor version of this 
>MIB implemented
>by this system.
>
>			The format of the string SHALL be the 
>ASCII major
>version number followed by an ASCII PERIOD (.), followed by 
>the ASCII minor
>version number, i.e., '1.3' for this version."
>	DEFVAL  { '312E33'H }                 -- version 1.3
>	::= { jmSystem 1 }
>
>jmSystemOptionSupport OBJECT-TYPE
>	SYNTAX      INTEGER(0..2147483647)    -- biggest int 2**31 - 1
>	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
>	STATUS      current
>	DESCRIPTION
>			"The options of the MIB specification that this
>implementation supports specified as a bit mask.
>
>			The current set of values (which may be 
>extended in
>the future)
>			is given below:
>
>			       1 : jmMirrorAttrGroup            
>    -- 2**0
>OPTIONAL
>
>			Example:  An implementation supporting the
>jmMirrorAttrGroup would return an integer value of { 1 }.
>
>			This object helps a management 
>application determine
>which MIB options are supported in this system."
>	DEFVAL    { 0 }                       -- no options are required
>	::= { jmSystem 2 }
>
>
>jmSystemAttributeSupport OBJECT-TYPE
>	SYNTAX      OCTET STRING (SIZE (0..63))
>	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
>	STATUS      current
>	DESCRIPTION
>			"The attributes of the MIB that this 
>implementation
>supports specified as a bit array.  
>
>			The value of this object is a sparse 
>bit array in
>which bit n is present if attribute n is supported, where n is 
>the value of
>the enumerated attribute type in the JmAttributeTypeTC used in
>jmAttributeTypeIndex (and the jmMirrorAttrTypeIndex if the 
>jmMirrorAttrTable
>is implemented).  The high order bit of the first octet in 
>this octet string
>corresponds to an attribute type of 0 (reserved), i.e., Big Endian bit
>string.  Compare with the BITS data type in SMIv2 [SMIv2-SMI] 
>which has the
>same format but requires contiguous enumerated bits. 
>
>			Note:  private attributes cannot be 
>represented in
>this bit array because their enum values are in the range 
>2**30 to 2**31-1.
>See section 3.3.8.
>
>			Example:  An implementation supporting the
>attributes:  jobStateReasons2(3), jobStateReasons3(4), and jobName(23)
>			would return a value of { '180001'H }.
>
>			This object helps a management 
>application determine
>which attributes MAY be present on jobs in this system."
>	DEFVAL   { ''H }                      -- no attributes 
>are required
>	::= { jmSystem 3 }
>
>
>Tom Hastings
>(310) 333-6413
>




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