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How to deploy changes to allnodes_data file

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Hello,

The allnodes_data file was used in my customers OML configuration to identify the servers that could manage and take action on the agents. Is there a command (or other method) that can be used to deploy the change to the allnodes_data file to the servers? Some of the servers that recently was granted a certificate request get the new file, but the older servers do not have the updated file.

Thanks,

Kia

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Hello Kia,

allnode_data is just a file that's created when distributing allnodes (it has allnodes + the OvCoreIds of the managers). The "master" is the allnodes file.

The allnodes file is distributed to the agent together with policies (templates).

So, if there is a particular node that doesn't have the latest version, you can distribute it using:

opcragt -distrib -templates  NODE_NAME

 

If that doesn't do the trick, you can pretend the file was changed:

touch /etc/opt/OV/share/conf/OpC/mgmt_sv/respmgrs/allnodes

opcragt -distrib -templates  NODE_NAME

 

Best regards,
Tobias

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Hello Kia,

allnode_data is just a file that's created when distributing allnodes (it has allnodes + the OvCoreIds of the managers). The "master" is the allnodes file.

The allnodes file is distributed to the agent together with policies (templates).

So, if there is a particular node that doesn't have the latest version, you can distribute it using:

opcragt -distrib -templates  NODE_NAME

 

If that doesn't do the trick, you can pretend the file was changed:

touch /etc/opt/OV/share/conf/OpC/mgmt_sv/respmgrs/allnodes

opcragt -distrib -templates  NODE_NAME

 

Best regards,
Tobias

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