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What is the usage and syntax available for Control-M Enterprise Manager " em ccmcli " utility?

What is the usage and syntax available for Control-M Enterprise Manager " em ccmcli " utility?

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- How to use "em ccmcli" utility on Enterprise Manager (EM)  Server and what are the available syntax?
- Why " em ccmcli " utility fails to run successfully?

Wrong syntax is applied to the ccmcli utility

The ccmcli utility enables you to interactively perform basic administrative tasks on Control-M components using the Control-M Configuration Manager GUI, including the following tasks:
- Starting
- Stopping
- Ignoring
- Recycling
- Viewing details about the component or server
- Removing old alerts
- Deleting history of job or group definitions
- Deleting Control-M/Agent or remote host component

Usage:
em ccmcli [-u <user> [-p <password>] | -pf <passwordFile>] [-s <Configuration Server Name>] [-t <component Type>] [-n <component Name>] [-h <component Host>] [-cmd <command>]| [-date <YYYYMMDD>] | [-keep_days <number>] | [-force Y|N] | [-node_id <Node ID>] | [-ctlcmd <command>] ]

Parameter Description:
-u                    Control-M EM Administrator User name
-p                    Control-M EM Administrator User password
-pf                   Flat file containing an unencrypted username and password on separate lines in the format: user=username password=password
-s                    The name of the Control-M Configuration Server. It is mandatory to specify this parameter.
-t                     The type of component. Valid values are:
                       -    Gateway
                       -    GUI_Server
                       -    GCS
                       -    BIM
                       -    Forecast_Server
                       -    Self_Service_Server
                       -    Web_Server
                       -    CTM_Server
                       -    CTM_Agent
-n                    The logical name of the component.
-h                    The host on which the component is running.
-cmd               The command you want to run on the agent configuration server or component. Valid values are:
                      -    start
                      -    stop
                      -    ignore
                      -    recycle
                      -    details
                      -    remove_old_alerts
                      -    erase_jobs_history
                      -    delete_agent
                      -    delete_remote_host
                      -    HA

  •                     If the component type is -t CTM_Agent, only -cmd recycle is supported.
  •                     When you specify the -force flag, and the recycle command for a Control-M/Agent, you can force recycling of a Control-M/Agent, even if jobs are running on it or on a remote host computer.
  •                     You must specify the -date flag, when you specify the remove_old_alerts command.
  •                     You must specify the -node_id flag, when you specify the delete_agent and delete_remote_host commands.
  •                     You must specify the Control-M/Server where the Control-M/Agent and Remote Host are defined, when you specify the command type, name , and host for the delete_agent and delete_remote_host commands.
  •                     You must specify the -keep_days flag, when you specify the erase_jobs_history command. All jobs above the specified number are deleted.
  •                     If you use the "-cmd HA" command, you must define the -action flag. Available options are -ha <em_failover|em_fallback|set_as_primary>

-date             The date from which alerts must be kept. Alerts older than the specified date are removed. Enter the date in the format YYYYMMDD.
                    Use this parameter when specifying -cmd remove_old_alerts. All alerts received up to and including the specified date are deleted.
-keep_days   The number of days to keep job or group definition history. Use this parameter when specifying -cmd erase_jobs_history. All versions older than the specified number of days will be deleted. This will also remove the "DELETED" Jobs from def_ver_* tables.
-force            The command to force the component to recycle. Valid values are:
                    -    Y
                    -    N
                    When -cmd recycle is specified for an agent (-t CTM_Agent), you can specify the -force to force Control-M/Agent to recycle even if jobs are running on the agent or remote host computer through the agent.
-node_id        The name of a Control-M/Agent computer, remote host computer, or node group where the job is submitted.
-ctlcmd          A control shell command sent to one of the Control-M/EM components.
-dbg          To debug ccmcli command (ex: -dbg 5)
* Switches can be specified in any order.


Additional Information:
- Do not use EM Database Owner account when specifying  "-u <user> -p <password>"
- Use EM user administator account, which is the same account used to login to Control-M Configuration Manager (CCM)
- Try not to use the same username between EM Server OS install user and EM user administrator account since ccmcli command might fail to login.

Control-M/Enterprise Manager

Control-M/Enterprise Manager

All version of BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager

Control-M/Enterprise Manager

Control-M/Enterprise Manager

All version of BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager

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Introduction to Control-M/Enterprise Manager

PT

Summary

This BMC Introduction to Control-M/Enterprise Manager* course is designed to give the student a basic knowledge of Control-M/Enterprise Manager for Microsoft Windows, UNIX/Linux and Control-M automated scheduling for distributed systems and z/OS mainframe platforms. The student will learn how to how the system is designed and managed, how to define job schedules, monitor job activity, and how to use the powerful facilities provided by the Windows user interfaces.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Duration

4 Days/Lecture & Lab

Audience

This course is designed for anyone involved in implementing, maintaining or using Control-M/Enterprise Manager

Topics

The Control-M/Enterprise Manager Server and Multi-platform Control-M Servers/Agents::Administration and Utilities::The Reporting Facility::The Control-M Configuration Manager (CCM)::The Enterprise Manager Graphical User Interface (GUI)::The Control-M/Desktop::The Auto-Edit Facility::Job Processing Definition::Conditions and Resources::Job Ordering and Monitoring

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How to stop or start the Control-M/Enterprise Manager Web Server from command line ? - INCLUDES VIDEO

How to stop/start the Control-M/Enterprise Manager Web Server from command line ?

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How to stop or start the Control-M/Enterprise Manager Web Server from command line ?

On windows operating system , the following commands can be used :
stop_web_server.bat
start_web_server.bat
emweb_status.bat

On unix operating system , the following commands can be used :
stop_web_server
start_web_server
emweb_status

Starting with Control-M/Enterprise Manager , the web server can be stopped and managed from the utility manage_webserver .

Please consider that if the Web Server component Desired State is set to UP in the Control-M/Enterprise Configuration Manager, then the web server will be automatically restarted after stopping it manually.
Also , stopping the Web Server with Control-M/Enterprise Manager will disconnect the Control-M/Enterprise Manager and Control-M/Configuration Manager Gui's .( the Web Server component Desired State must never be set to Down in the Control-M/Enterprise Configuration Manager )

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