[Fusioninventory-user] RES: Fusionagents overwrite each other

Mario Jorge de Sousa Freire mario.freire at camara.gov.br
Fri Jun 15 16:03:02 UTC 2012


I had some similar problems here.
Now everything seems all right after disabling Computer MAC rule...

Mário Jorge de Sousa Freire
Analista de Informática Legislativa
Câmara dos Deputados
CENIN/CAINF/SEGES - (61) 3216-3763
mario.freire at camara.gov.br

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De: fusioninventory-user-bounces+mario.freire=camara.gov.br at lists.alioth.debian.org [mailto:fusioninventory-user-bounces+mario.freire=camara.gov.br at lists.alioth.debian.org] Em nome de Walid nouh
Enviada em: sexta-feira, 15 de junho de 2012 12:57
Para: FusionInventory User discussion
Assunto: Re: [Fusioninventory-user] Fusionagents overwrite each other

> IMHO these seem to be the default ones:
> 	Computer serial + uuid 		Ja	 	
> 	Computer serial 		Ja		
> 	Computer mac 		Ja		
> 	Computer name 		Ja		
> 	Computer import 		Ja		
> 	Printer serial 		Ja		
> 	Printer mac 		Ja		
> 	Printer name 		Ja		
> 	NetworkEquipment serial 		Ja		
> 	NetworkEquipment mac 		Ja		
> 	NetworkEquipment import 		Ja		
> 	Find serial in all GLPI 		Ja		
> 	Find mac in all GLPI 		Ja		
> 	Find name in all GLPI 		Ja		
> 	Unknown device import 		Ja		
> So what can I do now? For some time now - I have the feeling, that all 
> recent or newer devices share the same entry, perhaps after this 
> driver had been installed on some devices?
For me 2 options :
1) blacklist this mac address
2) disable the "Computer mac" rule


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