1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 13, 2006 9:44 AM by Piotr Wolak

    NSH script - Execute script once

      Hello,

       

      I am trying to run a nsh script job on the BL server against a list of clients. I created a nsh script which is listed below and I am selecting the second option:

      Execute script once, passing the host list as a parameter to the script (%h or %f macros are available). When I try to save it it says:

       

      Script requires %h or %f parameter to run properly.

       

      The question is: Where do I set this parameter?

       

      BL version: 7.0.2

       

      Script:

       

      HOST=$(uname -n)

      sub errsub(){

      echo "Warning Error in : $1"

      }

      echo "log : Starting : \n"

      /usr/local/bin/bljython /usr/nsh/br/scripts/new/deploy.jli -b 7.0.1-14 -f /tmp/cluster

      if ;then

      errsub "Executing P4\n"

      exit 1

      fi