In my previous thread I have opened a thread about Docker support in a current SCOM Linux agent.
But on my personal view it deserves to be opened in an another one so I do it .
Well. I have figured out that CIM providers bundles are included into a current agent bundle and they are in a root of installation folder . Current SCOM Linux agent consists of 2 ones for MySQL and Apache. There is no Docker CIMP at all.
Also I found that OMS Linux agent has the one in the similar bundle. I extracted a current docker-cimprov rpm from there and applied it to some of my servers (I have a 22.214.171.124 version on them and new bundle has 126.96.36.199). All of them works fine .
So now I have a way to apply changes. Three ways to be clear-
The first way is to apply rpm or deb (OS depended) for docker-cimprov strictly after an agent install . It is not convenient to me because we had a tons of different linux servers with dozens admins so this procedure would be horrible if I did it on that way.
The second way is to add the docker-cimprov bundle into the current Linux agent 188.8.131.52 bundle . Is it possible ? Is there some articles or white papers about ?
The third way consists of my thoughts about applying OMS Linux agent instead of SCOM Linux agent . Is that possible to replace current SCOM bundles to OMS ones ? Will it work ? Is there somebody who has a similar experience ?
Thanks in advance will wait for your answers