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SSSU.EXE

davidrussell
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SSSU.EXE

I need to generate reports from an EVA5000 and EVA8000, using SSSU.EXE where do I get documentation on how to do this ?
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Uwe Zessin
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Re: SSSU.EXE

gstonian
Trusted Contributor

Re: SSSU.EXE

You can script SSSU and also manage the "report" using scripts to make the information more readable.

i.e.

This is doing a ls vdisk full in the sssu using the filename evahosts.txt to capture all the disk presentations


/sbin/sssu "file evahosts.txt" > /tmp/sssuhosts.out

grep -E "objecttype | familyname | redundancy | allocatedcapacity | lunnumber | hostname " /tmp/sssuhosts.out | awk ' BEGIN { FS=": " } {print $NF}' | s
ed 's/\\Hosts\\//g' | sed 's/virtualdisk//g' | sed 's/snapshot//g' >> /usr/local/utils/logs/EDI_hostinfo.out

cat /usr/local/utils/logs/EDI_hostinfo.out | awk -F\\ '{print $NF } ' | awk ' BEGIN { FS="\n" ; RS="" } { printf "%-1s %-1s %-1s,%03d,%-1s,%-1s,%-1s\n
",$5,$7,$9,$4,$2,$3,$1} ' | sort >> $outfile


This turns the list format into a comma delimited columned list.