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-twsuser <userid>
-log_dir_base <path>
[-run_db2_module <y/n>]
[-extract_db_defs <y/n>]
[-date <yyyymmdd>]
This is the syntax for UNIX operating systems; on Windows use
The Tivoli Workload Scheduler user that you specify when you install the
Tivoli Workload Scheduler. This user must exist in the /etc/TWS/
TWSregistry.dat file if the Tivoli Workload Scheduler instance already exists.
This parameter is mandatory.
The base directory location where the collected data is stored. The user must
have write access to the specified directory. This parameter is mandatory.
Only applicable if you are using a DB2 database. Identifies if DB2 related data
is to be extracted. This operation might take some time. Valid values are y or n.
Set to y if you want to collect DB2 related data. This parameter is optional. The
default is n.
Only applicable on the master domain manager. Identifies if database
definitions are extracted. Valid values are y or n. This parameter is optional.
The default is y.
The Tivoli Workload Scheduler Security access permission (EXTRACT) for the
user running the script determines which database objects can be extracted. If
the user (including root or Windows Administrator) running the script does
not exist in the Tivoli Workload Scheduler Security files, then no database data
is extracted.
Used as the base date for collected data logs. If not specified, the script uses
the current date by default. Run the data capture utility as soon as a problem
occurs, to collect the data specific to the date and time of the problem. Thus, if
the problem occurs on the current date, this option is not required. If the
problem occurred earlier, then the date on which the problem occurred must
be specified in the yyyymmdd format. Either the current date or the specified
date is used to identify which files and logs are extracted. This parameter is
-u Displays the usage of the command.
Describes the tasks performed by the data capture utility.
Check that the user exists
The script verifies if the specified user exists in the TWSRegistry.dat file. If
it does, the <TWS_HOME> directory used for data collection is extracted from
the TWSRegistry.dat file. (UNIX only) If the specified user does not exist,
the script verifies if the user exists in the /etc/passwd file. If no user exists,
the script terminates.
Chapter 3. Capturing product data