2013-07-26 08:11 PM
Is there a smarter way to "resolve" events from the DFM command line ?
Right now we have 571 informational events displayed in the DFM dashboard that I'm hoping I don't have to click acknowledge and resolve to each one..
I've looked at the DFM command line options, but i don't see anything for "resolve" and i don't necessarily want to delete them, which looks to be an option under the DFM command line.
Suggestions please ?
Solved! SEE THE SOLUTION
2013-07-28 11:02 PM
If you login to the legacy Operations Manager UI, you can select all the events and acknowledge them in one shot.
Resolve seems to be only through NSPOG or new UI. One way you can get through resolving the events faster is, you can select multiple events by pressing ctrl key. so at a time you can atleast resolve the events in 1 page.
Use shift and ctrl keys.
2013-07-29 07:43 AM
If you want to acknowledge then there is no need to write a script to loop. If you navigate to legacy UI, Events page you have a select all event option. You can just select all event once and then acknowledge
2013-08-02 05:58 AM
Turns out that clicking "resolve" from the "OnCommand Console" is the same as hitting delete under the legacy website or via the CLI.
Not overly intuitive heh
thankyou everyone for your helpful answers!