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jalonso Regular Contributor.
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Backup assignment and tunning data

Hello Experts,

I have an OMi 10.63 environment with several Operations Agents and I am interested in extracting the assingment and tunning information including paratemers and instance values for all deployment. We are going to use this extraction as a backup of all our deployments parametrizations and for reporting pruposes.

I have not found documentation regarding database schema and version 10.63 seems that this cannot be done with command line.

Do you know any way to achive this?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Outstanding Contributor.. andreask Outstanding Contributor..
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Re: Backup assignment and tunning data

My customer needed some thing similar. a desired state report for all OA Agents. Also a history of changes in deployment is covered. checks for multible assignments, version mismatch, autoassignmets are deployed correctly and much more. but i didnt cover policy parameters yet.

To get this done i simply use the cmd to get this done:

opr-node -rc_file $RCFILE -no_agent_check -node_config_report -node_list $NODE

there is also the possibility to download policy parameters. check here:

https://docs.microfocus.com/itom/Operations_Bridge_Manager:2019.05/CliMaWorkflow

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jalonso Regular Contributor.
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Re: Backup assignment and tunning data

Thanks for your reply.
We have OMi 10.63, the node_config_report is availailable on version 10.63 IP2 and the possibility to show paramaters and instances on the report is included on 2018.05.
Unfortunately we do not plan to migrate in the short term so we need to face this problematic on version 10.63.

Regards
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Outstanding Contributor.. andreask Outstanding Contributor..
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Re: Backup assignment and tunning data

As a possible workaround  you can download the policy parameter files from the agents itself with like e.g.

ovdeploy -ovrg server -download -dir /var/opt/OV/datafiles/policies/monitortmpl  -node $NODE -td /backup/$NODE

and archive them. thats the way i would try do accomplish this.

 

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