I am not an expert on OSPF but after searching a bit, I found several similar symptoms on other customers that upgraded to 15.1 and could no longer poll the whole OSPF table.
According to the info I found below, the pre-15.1 behavior should not...
It appears the info you are looking for is related to QoS configuration. The QoS info is provided by the CISCO-CLASS-BASED-QOS-MIB (126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.166).
This is a very large MIB with several tables that contain various pieces of the c...
The OID cefcModuleOperStatus is typically used to monitor the Operational status of a module/card.
Based on the object definition, the results would be a single integer number referencing the actual status, as shown here.
Can you provide t...
The sizes for PI installations are tied to the resources available on them. Try logging in via CLI and running "show inventory".
This will tell you the CPUs/RAM/HDD size avaialble and you can compare it with the official sizes below:
Are you using a Automonitor - Device Health policy or a manually created policy? What are the results for the "Activation History" and "Collection Status" links? Do they show any of the devices not showing CPU/Memory?