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uCMDB server detailed status

Hi all,

In order to check if the uCMDB server is fully functional after restarting the services, I am developing a script which needs to parse the uCMDB server detailed status report.

Is there a command which gives similar output as the url https://localhost:8443/status/?

Or is there any other way?

Thank you in advance

Costas

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Re: uCMDB server detailed status

I would parse startup.log, there you have the same modules listed and reasons why they don't start. This can be extended to HA if needed.

Kind regards,
Bogdan Mureșan

EMEA Technical Success
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Re: uCMDB server detailed status

There are several ways to get that information. One is through the jmx-console, it comes at the beginning and you are able to see the status. Also you can also check it at the login page by selecting Server status. You can always look at the startup.log to see the progress. Serverstatus.PNG

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Re: uCMDB server detailed status

You can also check in the startup.log in the log folder. It will give detailed information regardingthis.

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Re: uCMDB server detailed status

Thank you all for your quick answers.

Since I will use a script I think parsing startup.log will do the job.

best regards

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