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Hello all.

 

I'm trying to use a HPOMW 9 Service/Process Monitoring policy to check for a running perl script on a HP-UX server.

 

From "ps -ef" output on the HP-UX server the process appears as follows:

 

transfer 12312     1  0  Aug 21  ?         0:00 /usr/bin/perl /sunquest/transfer/bbaudit_printserver_v2.pl

 

Within the Service/Process Monitoring policy I have used the following process name variations but none have worked.

 

It keeps returning  (ProcessIndex=0)

 

 

/usr/bin/perl    /sunquest/transfer/bbaudit_printserver_v2.pl

 

/sunquest/transfer/bbaudit_printserver_v2.pl

 

bbaudit_printserver_v2.pl

 

 

There are no parameters so I leave that field blank but have also tried <*>

 

Any suggestions to get this policy working?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

-Tom

 

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Hello again all.

 

Figured it out.

 

In my case, the process is /usr/bin/perl and the paramter is /sunquest/transfer/bbaudit_printserver_v2.pl

 

Sorry for taking up a posting with this.

 

Thanks.

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Hello again all.

 

Figured it out.

 

In my case, the process is /usr/bin/perl and the paramter is /sunquest/transfer/bbaudit_printserver_v2.pl

 

Sorry for taking up a posting with this.

 

Thanks.

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