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.
OS: Unix OS Version: N/A
Cause type: Other Root Cause: Documentation on Unix system missing hint regarding port number but it is in the online documentation.
There will be no modification made to the existing Unix documentation because the correct documentation can already be found on docs.automic.com.