I'm trying to automate some CIMC CLI commands to show the inventory of C-Series servers, i.e. show CPU, show hdd, etc. Typically I use Putty to SSH to the CIMC and run each command manually. I'd like to automate this process and save the results to a text file. So I tried using plink.exe to run:
can someone at cisco please reply with some advice to this thread??? I am getting the same replies using both plink and with sshpass. Note that if, when using sshpass, you dont pass in a command, you immediately get to an interactive shell if the command line is omitted. However, my goal is to programmatically run a CIMC command "show chassis detail" to retrieve the server serial number (because it doesnt appear to be visible via snmp).
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