Can Spectrum Global Collections (GC) be updated via the command line?
To update a Global Collection (GC) via command line:
1. Log into the SpectroSERVER system as the user that owns the Spectrum installation
2. If on Windows, start a bash shell by running "bash -login"
3. cd to the $SPECROOT/vnmsh directory and enter the following command to start a Command Line Interface (CLI) session
4. Find the model handle of the GC. For example, entering the following CLI command will find all of the GC models in the database:
./show models | grep 0x10474
The following is an example of the output from the above command. The model handle is the first column of data in the output.
0x20023f4 Container-Layers 0x10474 GlobalCollection
0x2001ebe Ports 0x10474 GlobalCollection
0x20017c7 Model Class - Ro 0x10474 GlobalCollection
0x20014d3 Cisco Routers 0x10474 GlobalCollection
0x2000914 Workstations 0x10474 GlobalCollection
0x2000912 Collection1 0x10474 GlobalCollection
Run the following command where <MH> is the model handle of the GC model you wish to update:
./update action=0x100f6 mh-<MH>
The following is an example using the model handle of the Workstations GC above:
$ ./update action=0x100f6 mh=0x2000914
update action: successful
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Please reference the "Command Line Interface" section of the documentation for more information.