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VCS Monitoring

VCS Monitoring

VCS Monitoring

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Hi All,

Can any of you help me out? What I am looking for is a set of commands that I can use as a basic user to check if a VCS up and working (status), and if there is a command that I can you use to check if there is actually a VCS on a system? I am new to VCS so my knowledge on it is very limited if not no knowlegde :0( .

Thank You

RE: VCS Monitoring

The main status command is /opt/VRTSvcs/bin/hastatus -sum (short for "summary").

The main log file is /var/VRTSvcs/log/engine_A.log.

If /opt/VRTSvcs/bin/hastatus exists you can be pretty confident that VCS is installed on the system (although it may not be running).

The Windows GUI isn't bad either if you can find it, although a little slow over a WAN and a bit awkward when managing multiple clusters.

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