For disabling the Operating System under Cisco Instance, you need to disable the Computer Discovery Follow the steps outlined below to disable the Computer Discovery:
Go to “Authoring --> Management Pack Templates --> Cisco Unified Computing System”.
Select the UCS template for which override has to be done.
Go to “View Management Pack Objects --> Object Discoveries”.
Find “Computer Discovery” and select “Disable”.
Impact of disabling Computer Discovery:
Disabling Computer Discovery in Cisco UCSM SCOM MP will not have any impact on the monitoring of hardware and logical components of UCS Domain, even all Windows Computer will continue to be monitored by SCOM, only mapping between the Windows Computer and the UCS Domain will not be available.
For the first questions
Could you please let us know the following:
1) Did you explicitly add the Service Profile objects to the group or written rules for selection?
2) Once the group of service profile objects is disabled, did you remove the disabled object from SCOM?
3) Are the Service Profile objects removed from SCOM and still do you see the errors related to them in SCOM Console?
The "disable the Computer Discovery", under Management Pack Templates /Cisco Unified Computing System/ ucs'domains is working great. I'had to wait some time for warnings/errors dispear from my UCS instance.
All sounds great for this, but can i ask you two sub question:
I'did directly a disable on Computer Discovery. Not a override then disable: direct disable is OK?
Operating Systems is always present under Cisco Instance: is this normal
For the idle Service Profile
it's a rule: ( Object is Service Profile AND ( Distinguished Name Contains XXXXX ) AND True )
I do not remove the disabled object from SCOM (you think Remove-SCOMDisabledClassInstance?)
I do not remove, and perhaps I did not wait for a long time?
I will retry to disable the service profile discovery for the group and waiting a night.