saving vprocmanager output

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saving vprocmanager output

Hi,
can we save vprocmanager output into some flat file (Unix)? In other words, is this possible to run vprocmanager in batch mode?

Alok Agrawal
3 REPLIES
Enthusiast

Re: saving vprocmanager output

Of course. Just execute it as a shell command. You can redirect stdin/stdout and/or execute it from inside a shell script.

In Linux: /usr/tdbms/bin/vprocmanager

In MP-RAS: /tpasw/bin/vprocmanager

In Windows, use the "Teradata Command Prompt" shell.

Re: saving vprocmanager output

Yes, we can, but it runs in a interqactive fashion.
Like you execute
/tpasw/bin/vprocmanager from MP-RAS shell and it waits for your input command.
however when you give "vprocmanager -s" it gives the 3 line system status withour asking any further command. I wanted a detailed system status, as it gives in interactive mode, without going into the interactive mode.
Enthusiast

Re: saving vprocmanager output

Vprocmanager reads commands from stdin. Did you try redirecting stdin to a file?