We want to use a cmd-scheduler job to schedule a "show service summary" a couple of times a day so we can share the information with support teams. The cmd-sched is no prob, but stuck at the point of getting that information out. we don't really have a consistent FTP server that we could always ftp the logfile output to. We have found the OID tree that the services are members of, but then we have to give each OID a value for the name and don't want to do that. Anyone have an idea on how to get the output log file off the CSS to disseminate via email? We have the perl script to email, it's just getting the file that's interesting.
Where is your perl script running? The CSS is also an FTP server, so if you've got a script on an external host for the e-mail portion, you could script up an FTP get on the same host to go out and grab the file from the CSS. It's saved in the log folder.
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