Re: Script monitor for Unix servers in Sitecope 11.20 (6796 Views)
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hp4u
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Script monitor for Unix servers in Sitecope 11.20

hi,

I want to monior script available on unix servers in Windows Sitescope 11.20.

When I am selecting the unix servers as remote I am not getting any option to call the script,any pointer for this.

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hp4u
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jmmirchev
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Re: Script monitor for Unix servers in Sitecope 11.20

Hi ,

 

 Could you tell us what kind of script are you triyng to call and where it is located on the remote server ?

 

Thank you and wish you a great Friday!

 

Yordan


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hp4u
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Re: Script monitor for Unix servers in Sitecope 11.20

Thanks for reply,

Its schell script and availabe in tmp folder on remote Unix server.

Regards,
hp4u
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bkserver
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Re: Script monitor for Unix servers in Sitecope 11.20

Out of the head, I think you need to drop your scripts in the home directory or home/<user>/scripts directory of the user on Linux systems.
But I'm sure the MonitorReference guide has that written in detail.
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HanumantMadane
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Re: Script monitor for Unix servers in Sitecope 11.20

you have two options here,

1) put the script in /home/<usr>/scripts directory on remote system

OR

2) put the script on SiteScopeServer in "drive:\SiteScopeInstalationDir\remote.scripts folder"

Regards,
Hanumant
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