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

    BMC Remedy Healthchecker in command line mode

    Szilard Kotta
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      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