Is that script in the NSH/share/sensors directory on all your appservers?
Hi again Bill,
On the JOB server the "sensors" folder in <installationDirectory>/NSH/share was not there. I copied it manually from the CONF/NSH server and the job succeeded. Is that how I should have done it or there is a more proper way to synchronize directories.
Also, not sure if it is related but even though xinetd service is running on the target server it is not visible in Parts/EO/Unix Services (main folder).
It is only visible in EO/Unix Services/SERVICE_UNITS/xinetd. I refer to EO=Unix Services because I copied it off of a template, if service units is alright too I can go with that.
Actually EO Unix Services//SERVICE_UNITS/xinetd reports values "loaded, active, running" not "enabled or disabled".
How can I capture this value if a service is not visible in EO Unix Services (for example Unix Services//rscd)?
Thanks and let me know if I should open a new thread.
you need to look at the script for the unix_services eo and see how it's written.
why not use the built-in - 'Daemons' object ?
I am running for instance 'sendmail' which is not showing either under EO/Unix Services or Daemons. It does show as a command under EO/Running Processes and under EO/Unix Services/SERVICE_UNITS.
So when building a compliance rule I start with if RPM:sendmail exists..., instead of if Unix Service:sendmail value1=enabled ...
Not sure if one way is more efficient than the other.