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HP XP P9500 User Manual: B Continuous Access Synchronous Z Scripting; Scripting Overview

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B Continuous Access Synchronous Z scripting

This appendix describes how to use script files to perform Continuous Access Synchronous Z
operations.

Scripting overview

An added benefit of the Continuous Access Synchronous Z feature is its support for scripting
operations. This capability provides the user with additional flexibility in managing their Continuous
Access Synchronous Z environment. A Continuous Access Synchronous Z script file contains a list
of macros (commands) that describes a series of pair operations. The scripting macros are defined
in a text file, and the Continuous Access Synchronous Z software reads the text file and executes
the specified Continuous Access Synchronous Z pair operations. A script file that was created for
XP12000 Disk Array/XP10000 Disk Array or an earlier storage system model can also be used
for P9500 Continuous Access Synchronous Z.
Continuous Access Synchronous Z supports scripting for managing predefined operations. The
scripting function enables you to define multiple operations in a text file that the Continuous Access
Synchronous Z software reads and executes as a batch file. Scripting allows you to perform a
series of Continuous Access Synchronous Z operations without having to issue the commands
separately. Using Continuous Access Synchronous Z scripting, you can set up and execute a large
number of Continuous Access Synchronous Z commands within a short period of time. The scripting
function enables you to:
Save time by executing multiple operations with a single command
Run a series of predefined and tested operations after hours or overnight, and/or
Allow a nonresident system administrator to set up and start an entire day's worth of operations
in the limited time that the administrator is on site.
CAUTION:
is being executed. To perform operations on the Continuous Access Synchronous Z windows, wait
until the script is complete, or make sure that the script in execution is aborted.
The Script Operation window
executed. This section describes the selection and execution of an existing script file.
Figure 18 Script Operation window
Do not perform operations using the Remote Web Console while the scripting function
(Figure 18 (page
101)) displays information for the script being
Scripting overview 101

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