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Menu driven OES Services Check – Assist admin staff in daily healthchecks

peter6960

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December 14, 2011 12:18 pm

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Download oeshealthcheck.sh_

As we know, 90% of OES problems can be traced back to one of the services in the OES stack not running, thereby affecting the services lower down in the stack.

I created this script to present a Menu so a basic administrator can log into the server and run the menu, then follow simple menu prompts to check for apparent issues with OES services, networking and eDirectory objects/users

See the screenshot below, then download the script and try it yourself!

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Categories: Cool Tools, GroupWise, Open Enterprise Server, Technical

Disclaimer: This content is not supported by Novell. It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test it thoroughly before using it in a production environment.

7 Comments

  1. By:al_b

    Thank you, Peter!
    Great script!

  2. By:deancarpenter1966

    On my sles10sp3 oes 2.0.3, I get line 256: syntax error near unexpected token `;;’ What do I do to fix it? I love to have this tool. Thank you for writing this.

  3. By:bwisupport

    Great tool, very usefull for my colleagues with less OES expirience. Thanks for…

    I’m not an developer but the above error can be fixed by commenting out the line 256 or maybe deleting the ‘;;’. This worked for me.

    Tom

  4. By:peter6960

    My apologies. I fixed and reuploaded the script. Thanks for spotting it

  5. By:peter6960

    Fixed and reuploaded. Thanks

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