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Dave Young Acclaimed Contributor.
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(NNMi) Support Tip: What is the "ovsuf" file and how is it used in NNMi

Folks,

  Have you wondered how the NNMi processes are started and stopped when you issue the ovstart/ovstop commands?  Do you need to complement the NNMi features with a script or process that needs to start and stop with NNMi?   The following KCS document explains the configuration file(s) that implment all this:

KM03189000     What is the "ovsuf" file and how is it used in NNMi

    All the best

Dave Y

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mostafa_hassan Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: (NNMi) Support Tip: What is the "ovsuf" file and how is it used in NNMi

Hello @Dave Young,

Thanks for all your efforts, 

I have question regarding support utilities for troubleshooting and debugging issues, i know that support team has great utilities in the background why these utilities are not exposed with partners for debugging and troubleshooting issues. that will save alot of time from both sides. 

 

Regards
Mostafa Hassan
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Dave Young Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: (NNMi) Support Tip: What is the "ovsuf" file and how is it used in NNMi

Hi Mostafa,

  One of the problems with support utilities is that they tend to be written for specific scenarios and therefore need careful usage when being used in other contexts.  While many are just for analysis, there are some that need to make changes and for these it is important to really understand what the tool is going to do in order to ensure it won't cause further problems.

  With that said, where we can, we do provide tools to you.  A number of them are bundled up under the support directory and recently we added a new database analysis tool that we have had internally for a while while we tested it thoroughly and debugged it in a variety of situations.

  If you ever need a tool for a situation then do ask on the forum to see if anyone has one as many of the folks on it have a suite of tools themselves.

  All the best

Dave Y

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