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ServiceManager command line tool shows invalid syntax when calling Help in Shell
Article ID: 88097
CA Automic Workload Automation - Automation Engine
Error Message : N/A
When calling the "help" information for the Service Manager command line tool (UCYBSMCL) on Unix, the hint for the description, using the “-h” parameter, is missing the fact that on Unix the port must also be added.
When executing the following on the shell, no hint is given for the port number.
[email protected]:/uc4/servicemanager/bin> ./ucybsmcl *ERRROR 1* Invalid parameters Use one of the followings: -c GET_PROCESS_LIST -h hostname -n instance_name output when successfull: if process is running: "ProcessName" "R" "ProcID" "StartTime" "RunTime" "CPU Time" if process is not running: "ProcessName" "S" -c START_PROCESS -h hostname -n instance_name -s process_name [-p password] output when successfull: no output -c STOP_PROCESS -h hostname -n instance_name -s process_name -m stop_mode [-p password] for stop_mode use "C" (=Close), "S" (=Shutdown) or "A" (=Abnormally) output when successfull: no output Return codes: 0 : OK 1 : Invalid parameters 2 : No any Service Manager on host "hostname" 3 : Service Manager behaves unexpectedly 4 : Pipe returned error 5 : No any Service Manager with "instance_name"
Expected: The help message should also contain the hint that it is necessary to add the port for the ServiceManager on a Unix system.
Cause type: Other Root Cause: Documentation on Unix system missing hint regarding port number but it is in the online documentation.
OS: Unix OS Version: N/A
There will be no modification made to the existing Unix documentation because the correct documentation can already be found on docs.automic.com.