On an agent only install the following commands will fail with library errors this is because the necessary environment is not set up:
autoflags as_config as_info ntgetdate
/opt/CA/UnicenterAutoSysJMr11/autosys/bin/autoflags -a Could not load program /opt/CA/UnicenterAutoSysJMr11/autosys/bin/autoflags: Dependent module libascmn.so could not be loaded. Could not load module libascmn.so. System error: No such file or directory
You will need to configure your users' environment in order to be able to run the commands in the $AUTOSYS/bin directory for servers with an agent only install.
First you need to know the directory that AutoSys is installed in. The default location is /opt/CA/UnicenterAutoSysJM/autosys
Next you need to know what identifier your OS uses to define the library path (example: Solaris, Linux: LD_LIBRARY_PATH, HP: SHLIB_PATH, AIX: LIBPATH) Then set the following variables using the appropriate location for AutoSys and library path designation for your OS as in this example for Solaris:
&LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/CA/UnicenterAutoSysJM/autosys/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH export LD_LIBRARY_PATH PATH=/opt/CA/UnicenterAutoSysJM/autosys/bin:$PATH export PATH AUTOSYS=/opt/CA/UnicenterAutoSysJM/autosys export AUTOSYS
It is recommended that the commands be placed in the user's profile so that they do not have to be set each time.