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Old Unix and Linux 12-03-2014   -   Original Discussion by cec_can
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Autosys - cleaning alerts thru command line

Hello- I am currently researching on an autosys command that can be invoked via command line that can clean-up alerts.

The reason I ask is because we have jobs that activate on a daily basis. The job polls whether it needs to run or not (via filewatcher or some database check). If the job isn't supposed to run yet (either the file is not there, or the flag on the base says it's not yet that job's time to run), the job returns a failure. This failure in turn sends an ALERT. These ALERTS are low and we expect them to fail, however, it is such a tedious job to clean up all of the ALERTS in the morning.

Right now, we clean up the ALERTS manually thru the Autosys client application (windows based) and we have to do it one by one.

I have been researching and reading thru the web for this, but can't find anything. Have any of you encountered this need? If you have any idea on how to clean up ALERTS via command line, can you help me out?

Thanks in advance.
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