VRTSccs_exp utility for CommandCentral 5.1 Windows Management Server

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VRTSccs_exp utility for CommandCentral 5.1 Windows Management Server

Solution

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Tool Name: VRTSccs_exp
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File Name:
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VRTSccs_exp_WINDOWS_MS_1.0.zip

Version: 1.0
Date: 15-Sep-09



Description: VRTSccs_exp tool is able to collect debug information from CommandCentral Storage Management Servers(MS) and Agents(MH).

Supported CC Storage Versions: 5.1, 5.1.1 and later

Supported OS Platform: Windows(MS and MH), Solaris(MS and MH), HP-UX, AIX, Linux



How to use VRTSccs_exp tool on CC Storage Management Servers(Windows and Solaris)?
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1)
a. Windows MS - Copy tool 'VRTSccs_exp_WINDOWS_MS_1.0.zip' in a dir called "C:\tmp"
b. Solaris MS - Copy tool 'VRTSccs_exp_SOLARIS_MS_1.0.tar.gz' in a dir called "/tmp"

2) Unzip the tool
3) Run tool as

NOTE: Use perl which is installed with CC Storage Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)

On Windows, default location of perl is -
C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\HAL\bin\perl

On Solaris, default location of perl is -
/opt/VRTSccs/VRTShal/bin/perl

Usages: Windows

# cd "C:\tmp\VRTSccs_exp_WINDOWS_MS_1.0
# "C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\HAL\bin\perl" VRTSccs_exp.pl -<OPTION(s)> -o <Output_dir_path>

Usages: Solaris
# cd /tmp/VRTSccs_exp_SOLARIS_MS_1.0
# /opt/VRTSccs/VRTShal/bin/perl VRTSccs_exp.pl -<OPTION(s)> -o <Output_dir_path>

OPTION(S):
S - Storage Change Manager logs(SCM)
H - Hardware Abstraction Layer logs(HAL, AT, AZ and PBX)
G - Web Console logs(GUI)
M - Monitoring logs(VxAM, VxAS and SICL)
I - Install logs(Install, AT, AZ and PBX)
D - Data Module and Data Module Importer logs
P - Database Performance Debug Information

You may provide single option or more than one options.

e.g. For collecting HAL and Install logs-
    perl VRTSccs_exp.pl -HI -o "C:\tmp\VRTSccs_exp_logs"

    For collecting only Monitoring logs-
    perl VRTSccs_exp.pl -M -o "C:\tmp\VRTSccs_exp_logs"
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How to use VRTSccs_exp tool on CC Storage Managed Hosts(Windows, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX and Linux)?
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1)
a. Windows MH - Copy tool 'VRTSccs_exp_WINDOWS_MH_1.0.zip' in a dir called "C:\tmp"
b. Solaris MH - Copy tool 'VRTSccs_exp_SOLARIS_MH_1.0.tar.gz' in a dir called "/tmp"
c. AIX MH     - Copy tool 'VRTSccs_exp_AIX_MH_1.0.tar.gz' in a dir called "/tmp"
d. HP-UX MH   - Copy tool 'VRTSccs_exp_HPUX_MH_1.0.tar.gz' in a dir called "/tmp"
e. Linux MH   - Copy tool 'VRTSccs_exp_LINUX_MH_1.0.tar.gz' in a dir called "/tmp"

2) Unzip the tool
3) Run tool as

NOTE: Use perl which is installed with CC Storage Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)

On Windows, default location of perl is -
C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\HAL\bin\perl

On Solaris, Linux and HP-UX default location of perl is -
/opt/VRTSccs/VRTShal/bin/perl

On AIX, default location of perl is -
/opt/VRTShal/bin/perl

Usages: Windows

# cd "C:\tmp\VRTSccs_exp_WINDOWS_MH_1.0
# "C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\HAL\bin\perl" VRTSccs_exp.pl -<OPTION(s)> -o <Output_dir_path>

Usages: Solaris/Linux/HPUX
# cd /tmp/VRTSccs_exp_<OS>_MH_1.0
# /opt/VRTSccs/VRTShal/bin/perl VRTSccs_exp.pl -<OPTION(s)> -o <Output_dir_path>


Usages: AIX
# cd /tmp/VRTSccs_exp_AIX_MH_1.0
# /opt/VRTShal/bin/perl VRTSccs_exp.pl -<OPTION(s)> -o <Output_dir_path>

OPTION(S):
H - Hardware Abstraction Layer logs(HAL, AT, AZ and PBX)
M - Monitoring logs(SICL)
I - Install logs(Install, AT, AZ and PBX)
D - Data Module logs

You may provide single option or more than one options.

e.g. For collecting HAL and Install logs-
    perl VRTSccs_exp.pl -HI -o "C:\tmp\VRTSccs_exp_logs"

    For collecting only Monitoring logs-
    perl VRTSccs_exp.pl -M -o "C:\tmp\VRTSccs_exp_logs"
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