WPAR monitoring shell script suggestions needed


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WPAR monitoring shell script suggestions needed

Hi All,

This is for WPAR monitoring shell script, earlier opened thread was closed, had to open a new thread, as suggested I have used script as below, But am trying to get the output in below format, need suggestions with it. Below is the lswpar output, required output format.

Quote:
lswpar command output below:
root@wparsprd01:/#lswpar
Name State Type Hostname Directory RootVG WPAR
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
usprd02 A S usprd02 /wpars/usprd02 yes
usprd03 A S usprd03 /wpars/usprd03 yes
usprd03 B S usprd03 /wpars/usprd03 yes
usprd03 T S usprd03 /wpars/usprd03 yes
usprd03 D S usprd03 /wpars/usprd03 yes
Quote:
If All WPARs are Active, below output:

====== MMDDYYYY HH:MM ======
==== WPAR Status Check =====

**** WPAR state A-Active:
usprd02 usprd03 usprd04 usprd05 usprd06

All WPARs are in Active State

No Defined/Transition/Broken WPARs

If 2 WPARs are Active, and 3 are Defined/Transition/Broken each, below output:

====== MMDDYYYY HH:MM ======
==== WPAR Status Check =====

**** WPAR state A-Active:
usprd02 usprd03

2 WPARs are in Active State

**** WPAR state D-Defined/T-Transition/B-broken:
usprd04 usprd05 usprd06

3 WPARs are in Defined/Transition/Broken State

Code:
Script code:
lswpar | awk '
/^Name/ { next; }
/^---/ { next; }
{ state[$2] = state[$2] $1 " "; }
END {
printf( "==== WPAR Status Check =====\n" );
printf( "**** WPAR state Active:\n\t%s\n\n", state["A"] );
printf( "**** WPAR state Defined/Transition/broken:\n\t%s %s %s\n", state["D"], state["T"], state["B"] );
}
' | mail -s "WPAR `hostname` Server monitoring Status of Client WPARs" unix_support@xyz.com

Code:
Current Mail Output from script:
==== WPAR Status Check =====
**** WPAR state A-Active:
usprd02 usprd03 
**** WPAR state D-Defined/T-Transition/B-broken:
usprd04 usprd05 usprd06


Last edited by aix_admin_007; 10-21-2012 at 12:09 PM.. Reason: corrected word spelling
# 2  
Small changes to generate the total counts:

Code:
awk '
/^Name/ { next; }
/^---/ { next; }
{
    state[$2] = state[$2] $1 " ";
    if( $2 == "A" )
        acount++;
    else
        others++;
}
END {
printf( "==== WPAR Status Check =====\n" );
printf( "**** WPAR state Active:\n\t%s\n", state["A"] );
printf( "\t%d WPAR state A-Active\n\n", acount );
printf( "**** WPAR state Defined/Transition/broken:\n\t%s %s %s\n", state["D"], state["T"], state["B"] );
printf( "\t%d WPARs are in Defined/Transition/Broken state\n", others );
}
'

I assume the output from the mail you posted is correct (all were active), and that you're not suggesting that the script isn't putting out incorrect lists; you were only looking to have the additional count information added to the output.
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Thanks agama, you are the BEST

Thanks agama, you are the BEST

---------- Post updated at 11:35 AM ---------- Previous update was at 11:27 AM ----------

Hi agama,

I am trying to get the date included in the output, am i doing it correctly, need your suggestion.

Code:
awk '
/^Name/ { next; }
/^---/ { next; }
{
    state[$2] = state[$2] $1 " ";
    if( $2 == "A" )
        acount++;
    else
        others++;
}
END {
printf( "==== WPAR Status Check =====\n" );
printf( "==== `date` ====" );
printf( "**** WPAR state Active:\n\t%s\n", state["A"] );
printf( "\t%d WPAR state A-Active\n\n", acount );
printf( "**** WPAR state Defined/Transition/broken:\n\t%s %s %s\n", state["D"], state["T"], state["B"] );
printf( "\t%d WPARs are in Defined/Transition/Broken state\n", others );
}
'

Quote:
Output:
==== WPAR Status Check =====
==== `date` ====**** WPAR state Active:

Last edited by aix_admin_007; 10-21-2012 at 12:36 PM.. Reason: added more data
# 4  
Not quite the way to get date in. From inside of awk you cannot use backquotes like that. This is one way which should work with even older awks. I haven't used an AIX system since about 2001, and then only briefly, so I'm not sure what awk you have installed and what it supports.

Code:
 lpar-command | awk '
/^Name/ { next; }
/^---/ { next; }
{
    state[$2] = state[$2] $1 " ";
    if( $2 == "A" )
        acount++;
    else
        others++;
}
END {
printf( "==== WPAR Status Check =====\n" );
printf( "==== %s ====\n", date );
printf( "**** WPAR state Active:\n\t%s\n", state["A"] );
printf( "\t%d WPAR state A-Active\n\n", acount );
printf( "**** WPAR state Defined/Transition/broken:\n\t%s %s %s\n", state["D"], state["T"], state["B"] );
printf( "\t%d WPARs are in Defined/Transition/Broken state\n", others );
}
' date="$(date)" |mail-command

If $(date) doesn't work (I did assume you're using a modern kshell or bash) replace with `date`.

The way this works is to execute the date command in the shell, and supply that to awk as a variable. The original (or very early) awk specification allowed for variables to be defined like this after the programme, and before the list of input files (if any).

Hope this helps.

Last edited by agama; 10-21-2012 at 12:44 PM.. Reason: might need quotes, added them
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works great

works great.

Thanks.
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script to monitor wpar

Hi agama,

Below script perfectly works, giving below mail output. I want to make the script mail only if there are any D-Defined/T-Transition/B-Broken State WPARs and also to copy the output generated during monitoring to a temporary log file, which gets cleaned up every week. Need your suggestions.

Quote:
==== WPAR Status Check =====
====== MMDDYYYY HH:MM ======

**** WPAR state Active:
usprd02 usprd03

2 WPARs are in A-Active State

**** WPAR state Defined/Transition/Broken:
usprd04 usprd05 usprd06

3 WPARs are in D-Defined/T-Transition/B-Broken State


Code:
 lpar-command | awk '
/^Name/ { next; }
/^---/ { next; }
{
    state[$2] = state[$2] $1 " ";
    if( $2 == "A" )
        acount++;
    else
        others++;
}
END {
printf( "==== WPAR Status Check =====\n" );
printf( "==== %s ====\n", date );
printf( "**** WPAR state Active:\n\t%s\n", state["A"] );
printf( "\t%d WPAR state A-Active\n\n", acount );
printf( "**** WPAR state Defined/Transition/broken:\n\t%s %s %s\n", state["D"], state["T"], state["B"] );
printf( "\t%d WPARs are in D-Defined/T-Transition/B-Broken state\n", others );
}
' date="$(date)" |mail-command

# 7  
Have a go with these small changes:

Code:
if !  lpar-command | awk '
/^Name/ { next; }
/^---/ { next; }
{
    state[$2] = state[$2] $1 " ";
    if( $2 == "A" )
        acount++;
    else
        others++;
}
END {
    printf( "==== WPAR Status Check =====\n" );
    printf( "==== %s ====\n", date );
    printf( "**** WPAR state Active:\n\t%s\n", state["A"] );
    printf( "\t%d WPAR state A-Active\n\n", acount );
    printf( "**** WPAR state Defined/Transition/broken:\n\t%s %s %s\n", state["D"], state["T"], state["B"] );
    printf( "\t%d WPARs are in Defined/Transition/Broken state\n", others );
    exit( others > 0 );
}
' date="$(date)"  >/tmp/mail_txt.$$
then
    mail command -s "subject" user@domain </tmp/mail.txt.$$
fi
cat /tmp/mail_txt.$$ >>/path/logfile

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