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amir-hhvh
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version control repo. setting

I'm trying to set the for wich opreating systems will the Version control repo. will download compnents.
cant find a place to set it.
appreciate your help
amir
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Predator
Trusted Contributor

Re: version control repo. setting

Hi amir,

If you want to download w2k3 32bit components. Install VCA on w2k3 32bit and point to the VCRM. So that the VCRM will download only w2k3 components.
Same for all other OS.

Thanks
Predator
amir-hhvh
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Re: version control repo. setting

Hello Predetor.
happy for the quick replay.
I cant seem to find the where i point it to download only W2003 components.
could you be more detailed?

amir.
Predator
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Re: version control repo. setting

When a Version control agent is configured to a Version control rep (browse to VCA homepage and click change agent settings and give VCRM machine details to configure VCA to VCRM). Then the OS details of the machine where the VCA is installed will be recognised by VCRM (suppose VCA is installed on w2k3 32bit). THen if you initiate the download of components from VCRM it will download w2k3 32bit components.

OS details of all VCA configured to VCRM can be seen from the file in the VCRM machine under the path \hp\hpsmh\data\cgi-bin\vcrepository\vcainf.xml

Thanks
Predator
amir-hhvh
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Re: version control repo. setting

Thanks...
I think it worked.
how do i get rid of all the other OS compenents?
Predator
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Re: version control repo. setting

Browse to VCRM and goto catalog tab, on the left panel there is option "delete items from the repository".

If my post really helped. You can assign points.

Thanks
Predator
amir-hhvh
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Re: version control repo. setting

Thanks.
If i erase The Repository manually will it also be as useful?
will it rebuild it only with the components that i need?

I thank u Very much, Sorry if i'm asking too many questions
Predator
Trusted Contributor

Re: version control repo. setting

Yes, you can manually delete as well.
It will rebuild with the newly downloaded components.

Thanks
Predator
MrMike_2
Advisor

Re: version control repo. setting

Predator,

I have been wondering where the VCA settings are saved on the server. You mentioned the vcainf.xml file which I do not have on my targets. I just again modified the VCA settings on one of my targets to point to a particular PSP and still do not see the directories or the .xml file you listed.
Predator
Trusted Contributor

Re: version control repo. setting

Hi Mike,

vcainf.xml will be in the vcrm machine which contains the details of all vca's configured to that vcrm.
vca machine will have vcagent.options file which stores the vcrm details which the vca is configured to.

Thnx
Pred@tor
MrMike_2
Advisor

Re: version control repo. setting

Pred@tor, thanks for the response. Found the vcainf.xml file on the CMS which is where my VCRM resides but inside I do not see any distinguishing reference to my target which I did configure. What I see is below. Not sure if any of those "OS=" refer to my target?





AS far as the target system goes I again found the vcagent.options file you mentioned but when I open it I see this:

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Not sure if my VCRM is referenced in there somewhere. LOL!!

What I really want to do is develop a script that will allow me to update which PSP a target should be referencing. Hopefully it will allow me to update that info on multiple targets and not force me to have to log into the VCA of each targets to update that reference.

If you know of any way to do this or if there is already something in SIM that can accomplish please let me know.

Thanks again,

Mike