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Lieutenant
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how do you show in which node group a CI belong to?

I wanted to know on how many node_group the CI belong to? opr_node -lcng don't show it. 

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

You can create view in RTSM that will show you that.

opr-node can indeed be used.

For example:

opr-node -lng -username user -password password -node_list hostname

/Linux Servers

etc.

Will be output. 🙂

Best Regards,

~ Michael "OpenView Mike" Stollery
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Lieutenant
Lieutenant

i used this and its output for far too long as it check all the view that you have created. I hope that OBM has the sel_sqlplus.sh command that easily get in which nodegroup the hosts belong. 

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Yes, but between opr-node and opr-agt you will be able to get the results you want, although it will need to be parsed. @silverbacks 

Best Regards,

~ Michael "OpenView Mike" Stollery
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