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RELEASE NOTES

EMC Ionix ControlCenter


6.1

Database Cleanup Utility Release Notes


P/N 300-014-895 REV 01 November 29, 2012

These release notes contain supplemental information about EMC ControlCenter Database Cleanup Utility release 1.0. Topics include:

Revision history ........................................................................................................ Product description................................................................................................... Prerequisites............................................................................................................. Installation ............................................................................................................... Command ................................................................................................................. Logs.......................................................................................................................... Known problems and limitations ............................................................................... Troubleshooting and getting help..............................................................................

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Revision history
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Revision 01 Date November 29, 2012 Description First release of Database Cleanup Utility

Product description

Product description
The EMC ControlCenter Database Cleanup Utility is an interface to perform frequent cleanup actions such as deleting the following:

Hosts Service tickets in ControlCenter Repository Active alerts in ControlCenter Repository

Prerequisites
Use the EMC ControlCenter Database Cleanup Utility on ControlCenter 6.1 and later versions. Run it on only the ControlCenter Repository host. The host must not return errors when the ecc_getversion command is executed from the command prompt.

Installation
1. Download the latest EMC ControlCenter Database Cleanup Utility from EMC Online Support. 2. Copy the cleanup.zip file to the directory that has ControlCenter installed. 3. Extract the contents to obtain the following folders and files: lib commons-cli-1.0.jar logs scripts cleanupAlerts.bat cleanupSTRSVC.bat deletehost.bat deleteactivealerts.sql storeserviceticket.sql DeleteHost.sql Cleanupscripts.bat Cleanupscripts.jar

EMC ControlCenter 6.1 Database Cleanup Utility Release Notes

Command

Command
cleanupscripts

Options -deleteHost
This option deletes the specified host from the ControlCenter Repository. -h The hostname of the host that should be deleted from the database. The original host name that is displayed when you drop a host in the console Properties view should be used.

Figure 1 Properties view

Example

-deleteHost -h lgloa188.001143D41CD6 This command deletes the host lgloa188 from the console. Usage

Delete duplicate host entries from console. Delete duplicate agent entries from console. (Delete the host with the duplicate agent entries to resolve the problem)

EMC ControlCenter 6.1 Database Cleanup Utility Release Notes

Logs

-clearActiveAlerts
This option deletes all the active alerts from the database. Usage Use this option when the Console becomes unresponsive and a large number of alerts pile up. You can also this it immediately after upgrading EMC ControlCenter to restore smooth functioning.

-clearStoreServiceTickets
This option is used to clear all the store se Usage Use this option when the Stores become inactive or unresponsive due to a high load factor. You can also do this immediately after upgrading EMC ControlCenter to restore smooth functioning. rvice tickets from the database.

Logs
The EMC ControlCenter Database Cleanup Utility generates a log file in the cleanuptool folder. Additional logs mentioned in the following table are generated using options in the cleanuptool\logs folder.
Table 1 Logs Option clearStoreServiceTickets clearActiveAlerts deleteHost File Name storeserviceticket.log deleteactivealerts.log DeleteHost<host name>.log

Known problems and limitations


The EMC ControlCenter Database Cleanup Utility can be run only from the ControlCenter Repository host.

Troubleshooting and getting help


EMC support, product, and licensing information can be obtained as follows: Product information For documentation, release notes, software updates, or information about EMC products, go to EMC Online Support at: https://support.emc.com Technical support Go to EMC Online Support and click Service Center. You will see several options for contacting EMC Technical Support. Note that to open a service request, you must have a valid support agreement. Contact your EMC sales representative for details about obtaining a valid support agreement or with questions about your account.

EMC ControlCenter 6.1 Database Cleanup Utility Release Notes

Troubleshooting and getting help

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EMC ControlCenter 6.1 Database Cleanup Utility Release Notes