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Checking Node Differences

One of the most useful features of SCR is the ability to report changes
to a node over time, or differences between nodes at specified times. The
scrdiff command reports these differences. Configuration differences
are flagged with an asterisk(*) at the beginning of a line.
Time Difference
If you want to see what changed in node elsa between February 14 and
on a Node
April 10, 1999, enter the following command to produce a report that
resembles the example below it.
# scrdiff elsa:199902141205 elsa:latest
This command calls for configuration differences in the node elsa
between 12:05 February 14, 1999 and the latest configuration report
available. The report looks like the following example:
[BASE] elsa : 02/14/1999 12:05 PST
[TARGET] elsa : 04/10/1999 13:05 PDT (latest)
*
*
*
*
*
The result indicates that between the times specified, a file system,
/SCR, was mounted on elsa.
Chapter 2
COMPONENT NAME
GROUP NAME
ATTRIBUTE NAME
"HP-UX Standard Groups Definition"
"Host File System"
[Host File System Index]
[Mount Point]
[Remote Mount Point]
[File System Type]
[File System Access]
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:
:
SCR Overview
Checking Node Differences
BASE
TARGET
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lohengrin:/SCR
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lohengrin
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nfs
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"0:readWrite"
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