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NNM 7.5 (W2K) --> to list all Nodes

Hallo,
how can i get a list of all my nodes out of NNM 7.5.
i tried with ovtopodumps but this gives me to much information and double nodes.
i heard about nodeList.(ov)pl, but cant find it.

Have anybody a solution?
thanks
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Cadet 2nd Class Cadet 2nd Class
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ovet_topodump.ovpl -node | awk '{print $1}' | sort

How's that?
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Cadet 2nd Class Cadet 2nd Class
Cadet 2nd Class

Ooops silly me, skimmed the W2K part. Do you have an ovet_topodump.ovpl command to run from your command prompt? If so then the first part should work.. 🙂

ie: ovet_topodump.ovpl -node
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Yes, i have the command ovet_topodump.ovpl
on my W2K3 System, but i get an error message.


D:\>ovet_topodump.ovpl -node
Error in Topology data retrieval
ErrorMessage: Topology Data Store is currently unavailable
AuxMessage: Topology DB is not ready

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does ovet_topodump.ovpl only works with extendet topology?

I am working with netmon. !!
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Hello Mr. Kleine,

 

I would use the data warehouse in NNM. Export the topology (ovdwtopo.ovpl -export) and use ovdwquery with a select statement for the table nnm_nodes. I think you know what I mean ;-).

 

Best regards

 

Allessandro

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Captain
Captain

Hi,

 

on windows you can try such a command :

 

"ovtopodump -f Nodes | findstr /V \/"

last '\/" is not the letter v but '\' and '/' joined.

"Nodes" is the name of the filter you want to use (here is use Nodes, but you can set the one you need and that exists in filters file).

 

hope this helps.

 

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