Gathers configuration, log, and trace information for the Reliable Scalable Cluster Technology (RSCT) product.
ctsnap [ -h ] [ -d Output_Directory ]
The ctsnap command gathers configuration, log, and trace information about the Reliable Scalable Cluster Technology (RSCT) components that are installed with the base operating system. These components include the following:
This command is typically executed when a problem is encountered with any of these components in order to provide information to your software-service organization.
The output of ctsnap is a compressed tar file and a log file (ctsnap.nnnnnnnn.tar.Z and ctsnap.nnnnnnnn.log, respectively, where nnnnnnnn is a timestamp). Both files should be provided to the software-service organization. By default these files are placed in the /tmp/ctsupt directory.
|-h||Writes the usage statement of the command to standard output.|
|-d Output_Directory||Identifies the output directory (The default directory is /tmp/ctsupt).|
|0||Command has run successfully.|
|1||Command was not successful.|
Privilege Control: Only the root user should have execute (x) access to this command.
ctsnap -d /tmp/mydir
|/usr/sbin/rsct/bin/ctsnap||Location of the ctsnap command.|
|/tmp/ctsupt||Default directory containing the output files.|
|/tmp/ctsupt/ctsnap.nnnnnnnn.tar.Z||Compressed tar file that contains the collected data, where nnnnnnnn is a timestamp.|
|/tmp/ctsupt/ctsnap.nnnnnnnn.log||Log file of the command execution, where nnnnnnnn is a timestamp.|