2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 14, 2018 3:17 AM by Sergey Smirnov

    BMC Remedy Healthchecker in command line mode

    Szilard Kotta

      When running the BMC Healthchecker in command line mode, the documentation and help do not mention how to specify the username/password/server name.


      When issuing  ARSuiteKitMaintenanceTool.sh -silent - help, it just gives:

      Run health check

        -health_check -health_check


      So when issuing ARSuiteKitMaintenanceTool.sh -silent -health_check -health_check, there should be a way to specify username, password and server. Otherwise error messag will come as follows:


      [bmc@itsmb1 arsystem]$ ./ARSystemMaintenanceTool.sh -silent -health_check -health_check

      (Sep 13 2018 10:31:02.405 AM +0200),WARNING,com.bmc.install.product.arsuitekit.platforms.arsystemservers.arserver.ARServerPostInstallSanityTask,

        LOG EVENT {Description=[BMC_AR_SYSTEM_CONNECTION_FAILURE],Detail=[Failed to connect to AR Server : {0}]}

      (Sep 13 2018 10:31:02.406 AM +0200),SEVERE,com.bmc.install.product.arsuitekit.platforms.arsystemservers.arserver.ARServerPostInstallSanityTask,

        THROWABLE EVENT {Description=[Failure while trying to connect to ARServer]},

        Throwable=[ERROR (623): Authentication failed; Administrator