I wrote an expect script to log in to all cisco switches on our network which uses telnet. The main problem for me was that the usernames and passwords weren't consistent across all switches. My code looked like this ...
If "Password: " or "Username: " are identified, the appropriate proc is called (either login1a or login2a respectively). Once logged in successfully, you can continue to send commands using this construct:
This expects multiple things and reacts accordingly.
All my output was logged to a file which I used for post-processing.
I'm using a RHEL6.4 on IBM X3850 X5 server. I want to get a comprehensive report containing disk-wise health status as well as overall server status.
I see there's utility "ibm_utl_dsa_dsytd3h-9.51_portable_rhel6_x86-64.bin" which is also used to do diagnostics tasks. I'm not sure of... (1 Reply)
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