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Collecting Configuration Data into SCR
# scrupdate -n node1
# scrstatus
TIME
02/06/1999 12:05 - 12:08 PST
02/06/1999 12:15 - 12:17 PST node1
02/07/1999 16:37 -
02/07/1999 00:05 -
02/07/1999 12:05 -
Track Configuration Changes with SCR
Reference
Data expiration and data collection timeout parameters can be
customized with the -e and -t options. See the scrconfig (1M)
manual page for details.
For scheduled data collection, no further action is required. A
daemon process is invoked by the init process and does all work.
For on-demand data collection, use scrupdate. For example, type in
the following line to initiate data collection to managed node node1:
To check the data collection status, use the scrstatus command,
which provides a summary report for last, current, and scheduled
data collection in time order.
(START - STOP)
The first entry above shows past data collection. The second entry
shows incomplete data collection, and the detail entry indicates the
node was not accessible. The third entry shows data collection
currently being performed. The last two entries show data collection
scheduled in the future.
List configuration update time for managed nodes with the scrhist
command. This generates a brief listing of node, time and tag
information. This list is the first step in looking at configuration
changes. For example, the output of the scrhist command may be:
# scrhist
NODE
node1
node2
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NODE
node2
PST
node1
PST
node1
PST
node2
TIME
03/23/1999 12:25 PST
04/10/1999 13:25 PDT
02/07/1999 12:05 PST
02/14/1999 12:05 PST
04/10/1999 13:05 PDT
SCR Reference (man Pages)
STATUS
DETAIL
Completed
Warning
- AcErr -
Executing
Scheduled
Scheduled
ERR
TAG
oldest
latest
oldest
latest
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