What OS is the target server?
What do you mean by ‘server time’ ? the time on the server when the job runs?
Thanks for your response.
Os is Linux.
Servertime - Yes (the server when the job runs)
We are running many jobs through BL,but we never tried to create jobs from our own scripts.
You can create a script that runs like:
Nexec –I –l –e sh –c “date”
(that’s –eye –elle )
Put that into a file called time.nsh and upload that as the 1st type of NSH script. then create a job from and that run it.
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You can check server time by simple nsh command
nexec SERVER_NAME date
You can execute any target command using nsh
e.g nexec SERVER_NAME /bin/sed s/selinux// /etc/grub.conf
Regarding with Job creation, there are may blcli commands available for job creation you can use that.
e.g to create SCAP JOB createSCAPComplianceJobForServer BLCLI
blcli -v defaultProfile0 SCAP createSCAPComplianceJobForServer BLCLI_Deletion_Job /SCAP_Automation IP federal_desktop_core_configuration_version_22.214.171.124
So depending on which job you want to create use proper blcli to create job.