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Re: [nv-l] script not running on ruleset

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Subject: Re: [nv-l] script not running on ruleset
From: James Shanks <jshanks@us.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 16:47:49 -0400
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If the script is being executed, then there is nothing more to be done on
the NetView side.
You'd need a diagnostic tool from TEC to see anything after that.  They own
postemsg and the library where the code resides.
That's all the advice I can give you.

James Shanks
Level 3 Support  for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and Windows
Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group

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You´re right...I am also running the internal adapter, but the
BufferEvents was set to NO for the postemsg command (I am using the -f
option pointing to a configuration file). In any case, just to see if
something happens, I´ve changed the BufferEvents to YES and set the
BufEvtPath a path different from the one that the internal adapter is
using (the default).

Also, I have two different NV rulesets, one that the internal adapeter
points to and the other that calls the "Action" box, which calls the
postemsg script. The script gets the NVATTR_? variables from the memory
when the event occurs and fill the postemsg attributes...but still no
event reaches the TEC....



--- James Shanks <jshanks@us.ibm.com> wrote:

> Are you also running the internal TEC adapter?  Then you must specify
> different and unique BufEvtPath values for the internal adapter (in your
> tecint.conf) and on your postemsg command, or the TEC library code in
> each
> case will try to write to the same cache files and the two processes
> will
> interfere with each other doing cache management.
> You can issue the command "nvcdebug -n" to see what rulesets nvcorrd is
> running by looking in the nvcorrd.alog.  And if you want to see it
> process
> traps through them, issue "nvcdebug -d all".  Look for the eyecatcher
> "Received a trap" and "Finished with the trap" in the log.  Everything
> that
> happens in between is him processing that event.  The nvcorrd.alog and
> blog
> swap every thousand lines or so.  But during the processing of your
> trigger
> trap, you should see him hand it off to actionsvr.   And you should also
> see in actionsvr's nvaction.alog/blog that same event coming in and the
> results of your script being logged.
> If that's not enough to help, I suggest you call Support.
> James Shanks
> Level 3 Support  for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and Windows
> Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group
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> Hi list,
> I have a ruleset that executes an "Action" box that calls a script that
> send the event to the TEC server using the postemsg command....however,
> no
> event ever reaches the TEC. It seems to me that the ruleset is not even
> executing the script.
> Any ideas ?
> env: NV714 FP03 on AIX 5.2
> Thanks.
> Mario
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