I was writing a script to simplify the server managers stopping and starting services... also so they can check the status... if I do "! no echo" I can not get any output from commands I'd like to run with it... how can I get the output... without the command itself being written to screen? I put the script here that I use to check the Local Connections on the service...
Format of script is
script play <script name> <service> <start or stop>
yes that's the start however I want to not only see that they are down but to know they have been down for X amount of time with no transitions. Would want the timeframe to be 2-4 weeks. I really don't want to do periodic snapshots and grep the compares.
I'm not entirely sure.... Are services being rotated around so much that you feel you need a process to identify 'dead' services?
That sounds more like a policy problem....
I don't have much experience writing the css scripts... this is really my first foray into that arena.. and I find the scripting language to be almost useless so far.
There is probably a script you could write that would do a sho service... compare previous sho services to the # of connections and the last clearing of stats... altho I can't figure out how to clear those stats... sigh...
If I find anything that looks like what you need in my travels I will post it for you !
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