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CSM and TCL for CPU check

Hi,

Is it possible with a TCL scripting to check CPU's server on a farm (probe)? and if yes how to do it (example) ?

Thank's for your help.

Regards

Blaise

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Re: CSM and TCL for CPU check

Blaise,

TCL on the CSM can't obviously know the CPU on the server side.

However, if you can create a script running on the server to get the server info, you can use the TCL scripting language of the CSM to communicate with the script running on the server and get it to send the CPU info to the CSM.

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM and TCL for CPU check

Blaise,

TCL on the CSM can't obviously know the CPU on the server side.

However, if you can create a script running on the server to get the server info, you can use the TCL scripting language of the CSM to communicate with the script running on the server and get it to send the CPU info to the CSM.

Gilles.

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