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PostPosted: 15 Feb 2010 1:34 
Hi,

Is there a tool available that manages the agents so i can see the versions that I am running on Windows ?
I'm also looking for a way to update them in mass rollout scenario's ?

We are using a Windows Clustered environment where not all things are done within the standard Control-M Configuration Managment tool provided.

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PostPosted: 15 Feb 2010 4:27 
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you can now that selecting NODEID from CMS_NODID from the Control-M server
but for mass update, depending about what to change...

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PostPosted: 16 Feb 2010 1:28 
not really what i'm lookin for that reply

I ment how can I manage my agents running on hundreds of servers in 1 central place and see the versions info of what the agent is on.
I need to know if they are on 6.1.03, 6.2.01 or 6.3.01 ?

Also do mass updates from lets say version 6.2.01 fixpacked to 6.3.01 fixpacked agents.


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PostPosted: 17 Feb 2010 3:35 
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your agents running on hundreds of servers are managed by how many controlm server ?

select * from CMS_NODID
2> go
NODEID APPLTYPE APPLVER
CMVER
-------------------------------------------------- ---------- ----------
----------
ctmtest2 OS 6.3.01
6.3.01

(1 row affected)
1>



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PostPosted: 18 Feb 2010 12:05 
Managed by 1 Control-M Server Datacenter

That query gives me nothing ?


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PostPosted: 18 Feb 2010 12:44 
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If you have millions of windows of servers, you may want to consider using an "agentless" model in which you can can install an agent on only one windows host and then use WMI to remotely run processes on other windows hosts.

We use a similar process and leverage the excellent "psexec" utility to run remote commands. Save us the trouble of having to worry about any Windows ctlm agents.

Some downsides are that is requires hosts to be on the same domain and to use a an account wit sufficient admin priviliges. So it may not work in your situation.

HTH


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PostPosted: 18 Feb 2010 12:50 
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Hi,

Not sure about your requirement but you can use below steps for the complete reports on your agents:-

1) You can use ctm_agstat utility to check full list of agent in your Control-M using command as :-

ctm_agstat -LIST *

2) You can run query against table CMS_NODID in Control-M Server database this table contain following columns you can select the one which you need :-

CMS_NODID

NODEID VARCHAR (50) (Primary Key) (Agent names present in Control-M Server)
PK APPLTYPE VARCHAR (10) (Primary Key) (Application Type(OS,SAP,PS etc))
APPLVER VARCHAR (10) (Version of Control-M Agent)
CMVER VARCHAR (10) (Version of Control-M Server)


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Rahul Sehgal


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