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If a Solaris agent is not collecting data because it is timing out, increase the timeout from the default 30 seconds with the following steps: 

1. Run:

 

inetadm -l /network/uptimeagent/tcp | fgrep exec

 

This will return the current agent execution script and should be

/opt/uptime-agent/bin/uptimeagent

2. Run the following command to increase the time out (in this case to 600 seconds or 10 minutes):

inetadm -m /network/uptimeagent/tcp exec="/opt/uptime-agent/bin/uptimeagent -t 600"

3. Run the following command to verify that the change was successful:

inetadm -l /network/uptimeagent/tcp | fgrep exec

You should see the following output:

/opt/uptime-agent/bin/uptimeagent -t 600

You should now be able to poll the agent and up.time should be able to collect data from the agent as the timeout has been increased.

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