What does this unigetvar message mean ?

Stijn VerbauwhedeStijn Verbauwhede Posts: 125 Journeyman ✭✭✭
edited November 6 in Dollar Universe - English

Above in every uproc log:

Access is denied.
'unigetvar' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

What does this mean ? Looks like uproc is working well

Regards,

Stijn

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  • Kamel HajajiKamel Hajaji Team Automic Posts: 41 Explorer ✭✭
    Hi Stijn,

    Do you have an "unigetvar" command in the U_ANTE_UPROC or in the Uproc script ?
    if yes , please try the command with complete path instead :
    ( $UNI_DIR_EXEC/unigetvar , for Unix)
    ( %UNI_DIR_EXEC%/unigetvar , for windows ) .

    Regards,

     

  • Stijn VerbauwhedeStijn Verbauwhede Posts: 125 Journeyman ✭✭✭
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    Hello,

    We have tested an cl-int uproc with command set resexe=0

    And this is the result:

    Access is denied.
    'unigetvar' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.
    C00-SUPPORT-SITE DEBUT
    C00-SUPPORT-SITE WSPGM-CODNOEUD ora-p006
    _!================================================
    _!**
    $!** PROCEDURE .. : TEST
    $!** VERSION .....: 000
    $!** EXECUTION .. : 0000531
    _!**
    _!** PROCESS DATE : 11/06/2017
    _!**
    _!------------------------------------------------
    $!** PARAMETERS. : None
    _!------------------------------------------------
    _!** VARIABLES
    _!------------------------------------------------
    $!** INHERITANCE VARIABLES
    _!================================================
    Access is denied.
    Access is denied.
    Access is denied.
    Is the location of the U_ANTE_UPROC Company/data/nodefiles/U_ANTE_UPROC?
    If so, this model is empty (we have another node that has the exact same U_ANTE_UPROC file and there we don’t encounter this issue).

    Regards,

    Stijn


    Van: Kamel Hajaji [mailto:automicsoftware+d10939-s5019921@email.vanillaforums.com]
    Verzonden: maandag 6 november 2017 15:04
    Aan: Eandis - ICT Systemen Jobscheduling
    Onderwerp: Re: [Automic Community] What does this unigetvar message mean ?

    [Automic Community]
    ________________________________
    Kamel Hajaji commented on What does this unigetvar message mean ?

    Hi Stijn,

    Do you have an "unigetvar" command in the U_ANTE_UPROC or in the Uproc script ?
    if yes , please try the command with complete path instead :
    ( $UNI_DIR_EXEC/unigetvar , for Unix)
    ( %UNI_DIR_EXEC%/unigetvar , for windows ) .

    Regards,
  • Kamel HajajiKamel Hajaji Team Automic Posts: 41 Explorer ✭✭
    So ,

    if the node on a Unix/Linux server,
    it looks more like a missing right for the administrator or the account running the uproc,

    ---------------
    Please read the Administration doc -> 3.4.1 Modifying Rights

    You need to stop the node first, then as root you should execute the "uxrights" command :

    1) if you need change $U administrator :
    ( uxrights –m [assign|restore] [-a administrator] )
    ( example : ./uxrights -m assign -a univadm )

    2) to grant command line to all submission acconts :
    load environment
    ./uxrights -m grant
    ./uxrights -m restore

    then run an offilne reorg
    ./unireorg

    and restart the node.











  • Stijn VerbauwhedeStijn Verbauwhede Posts: 125 Journeyman ✭✭✭
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    Hello,

    No node is on a Windows Server 2008

    Regards,
    Stijn

    Van: Kamel Hajaji [mailto:automicsoftware+d10939-s5019921@email.vanillaforums.com]
    Verzonden: maandag 6 november 2017 17:32
    Aan: Eandis - ICT Systemen Jobscheduling
    Onderwerp: Re: [Automic Community] What does this unigetvar message mean ?

    [Automic Community]
    ________________________________
    Kamel Hajaji commented on What does this unigetvar message mean ?

    So ,

    if the node on a Unix/Linux server,
    it looks more like a missing right for the administrator or the account running the uproc,
  • Adrian Fresno menendezAdrian Fresno menendez Team Automic Posts: 80 Journeyman ✭✭✭
    Hello Stijn, could you check if the scripts calling the binaries have the proper syntax for the path ?
    I mean, it should be  %UNI_DIR_EXEC%\unigetvar (windows) and not  $UNI_DIR_EXEC/unigetvar (unix)

    Could you launch in the command line, as the system user the following command to check the value of one variable?
    %UNI_DIR_EXEC%\unigetvar U_LOG_LEVEL
  • Stijn VerbauwhedeStijn Verbauwhede Posts: 125 Journeyman ✭✭✭
    via Email
    Hello,

    Where can i check if the binaries have de proper syntax ?

    Regards
    Stijn

    Van: Adrian Fresno menendez [mailto:automicsoftware+d10939-s5019921@email.vanillaforums.com]
    Verzonden: woensdag 6 december 2017 13:17
    Aan: Eandis - ICT Systemen Jobscheduling
    Onderwerp: Re: [Automic Community] What does this unigetvar message mean ?

    [Automic Community]
    ________________________________
    Adrian Fresno menendez commented on What does this unigetvar message mean ?

    Hello Stijn, could you check if the scripts calling the binaries have the proper syntax for the path ?
    I mean, it should be %UNI_DIR_EXEC%\unigetvar (windows) and not $UNI_DIR_EXEC/unigetvar (unix)

    Could you launch in the command line, as the system user the following command to check the value of one variable?
    %UNI_DIR_EXEC%\unigetvar U_LOG_LEVEL
  • Ofelia Arias GallegosOfelia Arias Gallegos Team Automic Posts: 52 Explorer ✭✭
    Hello Stijn,

    You can consult the command sintax on the DUAS Administrator manual that you can download from https://downloads.automic.com/
  • Stijn VerbauwhedeStijn Verbauwhede Posts: 125 Journeyman ✭✭✭
    These are all set correctly: set UJDUPRODUCT=DUAS set UNI_DIR_ROOT=U:\Universe\EANDIS set UNI_DIR_EXEC=U:\Universe\EANDIS\bin set UNI_DIR_LOG=U:\Universe\EANDIS\log set U_CONF_VAL=%UNI_DIR_ROOT%\data\values.xml set U_CONF_VAR=%UNI_DIR_EXEC%\variables.xml
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