Re: Smartsets

2001-11-02 14:43:51
Subject: Re: Smartsets
From: "Stephen Hochstetler" <shochste AT us.ibm DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 13:43:51 -0600

Since smartsets contain rules that goes against the DB, the answer: there
is no NetView command.   Smartset information is thus in the smartset
object instead of the node object.

To do what you want....write a script of course.

For every SmartSet dump out the members...putting them into a file such as
each line " <colleciton name> <node>"
Make sure you append the file so it has all the data.

When you want your information, just do a grep on the file with your node.

Stephen Hochstetler            shochste AT us.ibm DOT com
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does any one know how I can
get an ip or selection name and determine which smartset it belongs in.

I know how to list all contents of a smartset (nvUtil l) but I want to do
the reverse from the command line.

AIX 4337
Netview 602

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