system node autosupport invoke-core-upload

Generate and send an AutoSupport message with an existing core file.

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The system node autosupport invoke-core-upload command sends two AutoSupport messages. The first AutoSupport message contains the content relevant to this core upload. This AutoSupport message has subject line with prefix "CORE INFO:". The second Autosupport message contains the core file specified by the "-core-filename" option. This AutoSupport message has subject line with prefix "CORE UPLOAD:". The command requires that the specified file be present while the AutoSupport message is being transmitted.

Parameters

-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
Use this parameter to specify the node from which the AutoSupport message is sent. Defaults to localhost.
[-message <text>] - Message Included in the AutoSupport Subject
Use this parameter to specify the text in the subject line of the AutoSupport message.
[-uri <text>] - Alternate Destination for This AutoSupport
Use this parameter to send the AutoSupport message to an alternate destination. Only "http" and "https" protocols are supported. If this parameter is omitted, the message is sent to all the recipients defined by the system node autosupport modify command.
[-force [true]] - Generate and Send Even if Disabled
Use this parameter to generate and send the AutoSupport message even if AutoSupport is disabled on the node.
[-case-number <text>] - Case Number for This Core Upload
Use this parameter to specify the optional case number to be associated with this AutoSupport message.
-core-filename <text> - The Existing Core Filename to Upload
Use this parameter to specify the core file to be included in the AutoSupport message. Use the system node coredump show command to list the core files by name.

Examples

Use this command to list the core files from a node:
cluster1::> system node coredump show -node local
Node:Type Core Name                                   Saved Panic Time
--------- ------------------------------------------- ----- -----------------
node:kernel
          core.4073000068.2013-09-11.15_05_01.nz     true  9/11/2013 15:05:01
Use this command to invoke an AutoSupport message with the corefile core.4073000068.2013-09-11.15_05_01.nz:
cluster1::> system node autosupport invoke-core-upload -core-filename core.4073000068.2013-09-11.15_05_01.nz -node local