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Q How can I get locations where Tivoli products are installed on the server

A:

root@nti246#  wlsinst -p  -V
Tivoli Management Framework 4.1.1
    nti246         solaris2
        ALIDB   /opt/tivoli/TMF/db/nti246.db
        APPD    /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults
        BIN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2
        BUN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/client_bundle
        CAT     /opt/tivoli/TMF/msg_cat
        CONTRIB /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2/contrib
        CSBIN   /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/generic
        GBIN    /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/generic_unix
        LCF     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle
        LCF41   /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle.41000
        LCF411  /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle.41100
        LCFNEW  /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle.40
        LCFTOOLS /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle.41100/bin
        LIB     /opt/tivoli/TMF/lib/solaris2
        LIB371  /opt/tivoli/TMF/lib/solaris2
        MAN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/man/solaris2
        SBIN    /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/generic

IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Adapter Configuration Facility 3.9
    nti246         solaris2
        ALIDB   /opt/tivoli/TMF/db/nti246.db
        BIN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2
        CAT     /opt/tivoli/TMF/msg_cat
        GBIN    /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/generic_unix
        LCF     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle
        LCFNEW  /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle
        LIB     /opt/tivoli/TMF/lib/solaris2

IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console JRE 3.9
    nti246         solaris2
        BIN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2

IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Console 3.9
    nti246         solaris2
        BIN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2
        CAT     /opt/tivoli/TMF/msg_cat
        GBIN    /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/generic_unix

IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Server 3.9
    nti246         solaris2
        ALIDB   /opt/tivoli/TMF/db/nti246.db
        BIN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2
        CAT     /opt/tivoli/TMF/msg_cat
        GBIN    /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/generic_unix

IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console User Interface Server 3.9
    nti246         solaris2
        ALIDB   /opt/tivoli/TMF/db/nti246.db
        BIN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2
        CAT     /opt/tivoli/TMF/msg_cat
        GBIN    /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/generic_unix

IBM Tivoli Monitoring, Version 5.1.2
    nti246         solaris2
        BIN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/solaris2
        CAT     /opt/tivoli/TMF/msg_cat
        LCFNEW  /opt/tivoli/TMF/bin/lcf_bundle.40
        LIB     /opt/tivoli/TMF/lib/solaris2
        MAN     /opt/tivoli/TMF/man/solaris2

Q. How can I find out what Tivoli applications and patches I am using?

A.The command, wlsinst -ah, can be used to display a list of Tivoli applications and patches installed on a TMR server. The output can be saved to a file for future reference.

This and other commands used to determine additional configuration data are detailed in Appendix A of the Insight Integration for Tivoli user guide.

for example

wlsinst
Usage: wlsinst -a | -p | -P | -l | -s  [-ivVh]
               -a         List all products/patches installed.
               -p         List all products installed.
               -P         List all patches installed.
               -s   List the product/patch specified.
               -l         List all the patches installed for the listed products.
               -v         List all hosts, install types, and locations.
               -V         List all hosts, install types, and locations (no space in path).
               -h         List hosts which products/patches are installed on.
               -i         Sort hosts by architecture type.
root@tmf_server/home/ # wsinst -a


root@tmf_server/home/ # wlsinst -a
*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
                                 Product List
*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*

Tivoli Management Framework 4.1.1
IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Adapter Configuration Facility 3.9
Inventory Gateway, Version 4.2.2
Inventory, Version 4.2.2
Tivoli Java Client Framework 4.1
Tivoli Java Client Framework 4.1.1
Java 1.3 for Tivoli
Tivoli Java RDBMS Interface Module (JRIM) 4.1
Tivoli Java RDBMS Interface Module (JRIM) 4.1.1
JavaHelp 1.0 for Tivoli 4.1
Plus Module Support (Link binaries) - 3.2.r
Tivoli NetView Server 7.1.4
IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console JRE 3.9
IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Sample Event Information 3.9
IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Console 3.9
IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Server 3.9
IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console User Interface Server 3.9
Tivoli Job Scheduling Services v1.2
IBM Tivoli Monitoring, Version 5.1.2
Tivoli TWS Connector 8.2
TWSPlus Module for Tivoli, Version 8.2
Distribution Status Console, Version 4.1
Software Distribution, Version 4.2.2
Software Distribution Gateway, Version 4.2.2
Software Distribution Software Package Editor, Version 4.2.2

*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
                                  Patch List
*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*

3.9.0 Tivoli Enterprise Console Server Fix Pack 2
3.9.0 Tivoli Enterprise Console ACF Fix Pack 2
3.9.0 Tivoli Enterprise Console JRE Fix Pack 2
3.9.0 Tivoli Enterprise Console User Interface Server Fix Pack 2
Tivoli Framework Patch 4.1.1-LCF-0032 for Solaris-ix86  (build 11/16)
Tivoli Framework Patch 4.1.1-LCF-0042  (build 11/13)
Tivoli Framework Patch 4.1.1-TMF-0061  (build 11/05)
Tivoli Framework Patch 4.1.1-TMF-0080  (build 11/05)
IBM Tivoli Monitoring, Version 5.1.2 - fix pack 3
Java 1.3 for Tivoli, Patch 2
Tivoli NetView Framework Patch - 7.1
NVS_50
NVS_51
NVS_52
NVS_60
NVS_71
NVS_713
Tivoli Management Framework Upgrade to Version 4.1.1  (build 11/20)
Scalable Collection Service, Version 4.2.2
Tivoli TWS Connector upgrade to v8.2 patch 5
Tivoli TWS Connector upgrade to v8.2 patch 6
Distribution Status Console Upgrade, Version 4.1 to Version 4.1.1
	

IBM patch FTP directory

ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/software/tivoli_support/patches/

1. Use links from your home directory to get to obscure path directories that Tivoli uses.

2. Create scripts for recompiling rules

3. We can execute remote commands on any server as root getting instant root in aprocess

 

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Paul has spent a considerable amount of time enhancing the 'out-of-the-box' winstlcf script such as tidying up Perl, fixing bugs, providing clearer messages, added functionality, etc. but without modifying any of the clever bits of the original.

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