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IPM 2.6.0.0 CLI EXPORT COMMAND

HI,

I need to export ipm statistics using the cli, but i Don't know how, if i use this command "ipm export -all 02/02/2012 07/02/2012" the process start but i don't have a file to read, i could really appreciate an command example to obtain a latency report with a daily format.

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IPM 2.6.0.0 CLI EXPORT COMMAND

I am not used to this and IPM 2.6 is quite old, but here is the CLI reference for this version:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ciscoworks_internetwork_performance_monitor/2.6/user/guide/ipmcomm.html#wp1007017

the created files should reside either in the

     C:\Program Files\Internetwork Performance Monitor\

     or the TMP or TEMP directory of the server  (which I know is very imprecise...)

or in solaris under /opt/CSCOipm

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Re: IPM 2.6.0.0 CLI EXPORT COMMAND

thanks a lot , i've found here

D:\program files\Internetwork Performance Monitor\Server\htdocs\reports

is it html the only format avaible?

the last question , i have some problem to use the correct syntax and until now i have not found exaples, in my case i use this: "ipm export -all mm/dd/yyyy mm/dd/yyyy" then i take the alert file , i would like to use a command to have the daily alert report without generate all the other reports.

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