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WORKLOAD COMMANDS FROM THE COMMAND LINE

WORKLOAD COMMANDS FROM THE COMMAND LINE

WORKLOAD COMMANDS FROM THE COMMAND LINE

(OP)
I am new to TNG and I am trying to generate reports for Workload jobs from the command line.  I can execute

cautil list jobset id=jobname

which shows me all of the job information, but how do I get a brief report?  I figured that there would be a man page for cautil, but I couldn't find one.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

John

RE: WORKLOAD COMMANDS FROM THE COMMAND LINE

If you have a Windows client the cautil help is in the CA books on line.
CA Reference Guide - "Find" tab page - type in cautil - scroll down the list and choose "cautil syntax by function"

Because you spoke of man pages I am presuming that you are using some form of unix, so...
In addition to cautil you have:
cauexpr ($CAIGLBL0000/sche/bin) - this outputs all workload details in cautil format. Switches are:
-a (all) -s (jopbsets only) -j (jobs only) -r (resource only) -t (triggers only)
moveset ($CAIGLBL0000/sche/scripts) - this outputs single jobset details in cautil format. Syntax is moveset <Jobset name>

Also in $CAIGLBL0000/sche/scripts you have the following (this from the CA reference guide)
schdcheck
Creates the Workload Management Check report.
schdfore
Creates the Workload Management Forecast report.
schdhist
Creates the Workload Management History report.
schdpxr
Creates the Predecessor Cross Reference report.
schdsimu
Creates the Workload Management Simulation report.

I'm afraid there isn't really a summary report. It is a case of dumping the lot and importing it into excel or somthing like that.

RE: WORKLOAD COMMANDS FROM THE COMMAND LINE

(OP)
Thanks, JonnoGT.  I am familiar with AutoSys (another CA  job scheduler product) for UNIX and I used to use the autorep command which returns the job name, begin date, end date, status, etc. on one line.  I was hoping that workload would have a similar command, but that doesn't appear to be true.  Thank you for your help.

John

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