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(OBM) Support Tip: How to list the capacity of the CMDB

The capacity of the CMDB can be listed using the opr-support-utils command line interface (CLI) on the Data Processing Server (DPS).

This is useful when you would like to view the number of CIs, number of nodes, etc... in the environment.

Location:

<OMi_HOME>/opr/support/opr-support-utils.[bat|sh]

CMDB Service Util:
(-getCMDBCapacity | -gc) [-c <customerId>]
(-getTQLCount | -gtc) -name <tqlName> [-c customerId]
(-getCiResolverTQLCount | -gctc) [-c customerId]

Ex:
./opr-support-utils.sh -gc

The capacity of CMDB of all customers aggregated:
-------------------------------------------------
General Data
*****************************
Loaded Customers = 1
...

CMDB
*****************************
CIs (root) = 2424
Objects = 550 (550 in memory)
Links = 1874 (1874 in memory)
IT Universe Objects = 44
IT World Links = 38
Configuration Objects = 506
Configuration Links = 1816
Nodes = 6
Tqls All Group = 383
...

Note: this is just an excerpt of the command, additional data is part of the complete output.

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