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how to clear (mark repaired) IML log on Debian Lenny

Joris Vanhove
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how to clear (mark repaired) IML log on Debian Lenny

I installed debian lenny (32 bit) and installed all the packages present on the driver image.

With hplog I can read and add messages just fine, but I don't see a way to clear the entries or mark them as repaired. (our monitoring depends on that)


There is no hpimlview included in the packages; is there an alternative?
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Keith Bryson
Honored Contributor

Re: how to clear (mark repaired) IML log on Debian Lenny

If this is the same as HPASM for Redhat, you have the "hpasmcli" tool. You then use "clear iml" to clear the log.

Hope that helps
Keith

Arse-cover at all costs
Joris Vanhove
Occasional Visitor

Re: how to clear (mark repaired) IML log on Debian Lenny

That's great, thanks a lot!

Is there also a way to do a 'mark as repaired'?
Keith Bryson
Honored Contributor

Re: how to clear (mark repaired) IML log on Debian Lenny

There's the "repair iml " command, also at the hpasmcli prompt.

Keith
Arse-cover at all costs
Joris Vanhove
Occasional Visitor

Re: how to clear (mark repaired) IML log on Debian Lenny

Thanks a lot.

Silly enough I only looked for that on an older version of that command; the version in the Lenny packages works fine.