aggregation relationship paths: Depending on how CI relationships are defined, not all of the associations will be useful when aggregating expenses to parent CIs.
The Relationship Path records define which relationships to traverse based on the class of the parent and child, and/or the type of relationship linking the two CIs.
agent: An agent is the name of an external system (integration) that writes messages to the Queue [ecc_queue] table.
For example, the agent name for a MID Server is in the form mid.server.xxx, where xxx is the name of a particular MID Server.
allocation rule: Allocation rules define how to process each expense line to generate one or more expense allocation records.
Rule conditions are based on data from the expense line source.
account: In the Sales Force Automation plugin, accounts represent companies that are sales prospects or customers.
activity: In the Sales Force Automation plugin, activities track sales-related actions, such as email messages, phone calls, or meetings.
Storage system address: 10.0.0.1 Storage system port: 443 HTTPS connection 1: ID = 1014 Name = My Host Description = this is my host Type = host Address = .10, .10 Netmask = OS type = winxp Ignored address = .10 Health state = OK (5) 2: ID = 1015 Name = My Subnet Description = this is my subnet Type = subnet Address = 192.168.10.0 Netmask = 255.255.255.0 OS type = Ignored address = Health state = OK (5) Deleting a host configuration breaks the i SCSI-based storage connections associated with the configuration.
Hosts that use the configuration for NFS-based storage connections, such as NFS shares, revert to the default access privileges for any storage resources that they can access.
Before a host can access storage, you must define a configuration for it and associate it with a storage resource.