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UCMDB - filling up history file

We are running UCMDB 10.22.  We do an inventory scan of the Linux systems, logging in with keys for the administrator.  The system administrators complain that the history file fills up with UCMDB commands.  This prevents them from checking what user commands have been run.  Is there a way to to have UCMDB use a different history file or alternatively to run "export HISTFILE=/tmp/ucmdbhistory" so that we are not filling up the standard history file.  We are running agentless discovery.  Is there a python script, which we initiates the discovery, which could be modified to include the setting of the HISTFILE?

Thanks,
Mel

 

 

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Re: UCMDB - filling up history file

Hello Mel ,

We added more resources to help you in your concern.

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Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: UCMDB - filling up history file

Melissa,

Not sure how to interpret your reply.  Will you be getting back to me or the forum, when your team comes up with a possible solution?

Thanks,
Mel

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