can you post a screenshot of the nshscript job parameters you are using for this job ?
also, in your yum repo, did you use the 'yum-arch' utility to generate the header files (as opposed to the xml/tar that the later versions of yum uses) ? - eg there's a 'headers' directory in the repo
can you post that again - it looks like it did not get through.
inside the RedHat_Repos directory, what's in there?
so for my setup i've got:
inside each dir there's a 'headers' dir w/ the .hdr files
so for each 'flavor' of linux you need 1 NSH job w/
-U/-l = //
so i have 2 different jobs, one for redhat 4, one for rh 3
we have //servername/var/Redhat_Repos/3es/rhel3_updates/RPMS/headers is where my .hdr files reside.
I have another one setup for 4es with the same path setup above, just replace the 3es with 4 es.......
I see your nsh command you created.... where should that be created at? as a custom command? or is this the command that the patch analysis is suppose to run?
you want to have 2 NSHScript jobs. you already have one - the object you clicked on to show me the parameters.
so change your existing job parameters so that the -U and -l parameters are:
and change the 'targets' of this job to be all your redhat 3es servers - you may have a 'smart group' for this.
if that works... you can make a copy of the original job and then rename it, change the 2 parameters and change the targets to run against the 4es servers.
if you don't have 'smart groups' let me know and i can guide you thorugh that...it's pretty easy... (it's just to group the servers together)
nope, when I start the patch analysis for my 3es server, the jobs runs about 10 seconds and says it has completed successfully. now what? LOL
is there anything in the job run log in the gui? if you click through to the servers shown in the run log, anything in there?
actually, just right click on the latest job run and export the log and post it...
I think the -U and -l are still not at the right path - they should both be the parent directory of where your 'headers' directory is (which i thought was .../updates/RPMS)...
when you ran this through nsh - was there anything in the .../Scripts/hostlist.txt file ?
also, on one of the job runs, can you right click on the job run and select 'export log' and post that ?