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3par Health Check Report using powershell

 
Kalaimani53
Occasional Collector

3par Health Check Report using powershell

Dear All,

curently working to develop the PowerShell health check script but, most get-command does not have a string or a string array Get-3parAlert.GetType() and Get-3parAlert | Get-Member -MemberType Properties.

Due to I'm not able to convert to HTML. kindly need someone help to develop a 3par health check daily report

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sbhat09
HPE Pro

Re: 3par Health Check Report using powershell

Hi @Kalaimani53,

I am not very skilled on Powershell. If you get rest of the automation requirements right, 'checkhealth'  is the command for 3PAR health check. You can use the options '-svc', '-full', '-d', or 'list' as suitable for your report.

Without powershell, if you want to get automated periodic report emails on specific areas of 3PAr resources, you can check the options 'reports' or 'threshold reports'. These are available in 3PAR SSMC under SSMC main menu -> 'System Reporter'.

Regards,
Srinivas Bhat

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Kalaimani53
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Re: 3par Health Check Report using powershell

Hi Srinivas, even Get-Health also not working. getting the below error.

PS C:\ Get-Health
Exception calling "EndExecute" with "1" argument(s): "Command ' checkhealth ' has timed out."
At C:\Users\kthirupath001a\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\Posh-SSH\3.0.0\Posh-SSH.psm1:270 char:25
+ $Output = $_.cmd.EndExecute($_.Async)
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], MethodInvocationException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : SshOperationTimeoutException