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I'm new to OpenVMS.  I wondering how you can do a mkconfig to create a config file after setting up the alerting from the view agent.   

I was told there is no mkconfig command in OpenVMs and that I would have to make the config file manually.  Here is the verison and the agents running on the OpenVMS server.

Has anyone know how to do a mkconfig command to automatically create the config file?

OpenVMS V7.3-2  on node HMES02  26-JUL-2007 09:20:38.39  Uptime  63 06:56:52
  Pid    Process Name    State  Pri      I/O       CPU       Page flts Pages
2023F8D8 AWS$ORB         LEF      5  2317865   0 00:00:05.37       541   619
2023E8D9 AWS$STORE       LEF      5  1311569   0 00:00:01.19       540   687
202408DA AWS$SADMIN      LEF      5  1590821   0 00:00:04.67       666   838
202418DB AWS$SNMP        LEF      5  1554423   0 00:00:01.52       372   463
202408DD AWS$VMSAGENT    LEF      5  3235017   0 02:26:22.00      1898  2068

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