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Options

Table 171 lists the options that you can use with the SIR.sh script.

Table 171: SIR.sh Options

Option

Description

-d DestDir

Specifies the absolute path where you want to store the tar files under a directory named SBR_Information_Report.

-r RadiusCore

Specifies the RADIUS core file (with the absolute path) to be collected. For example, ./SIR.sh -r /opt/JNPRsbr/radius/core.1624.

Note: The SIR.sh script must be executed with this option if you have enabled the radius parameter in the [Core_Files] section of SIR.conf file.

-c CstserverCore

Specifies the separate session database process core file (with the absolute path) to be collected. For example, ./SIR.sh -c /opt/JNPRsbr/radius/core.1625.

Note: The SIR.sh script must be executed with this option if you have enabled the cstserver parameter in the [Core_Files] section of SIR.conf file.

-s SnmpCore

Specifies the SNMP core file (with the absolute path) to be collected. For example, ./SIR.sh -s /opt/JNPRsbr/radius/core.1626.

Note: The SIR.sh script must be executed with this option if you have enabled the snmp parameter in the [Core_Files] section of SIR.conf file.

-h

Displays help for the SIR.sh script.

Note: You can identify or differentiate RADIUS, SNMP, and separate session database process core files by using the file core_filename command.

Modified: 2017-03-07