system node autosupport history retransmit

Selectively retransmit a previously collected AutoSupport.

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

Description

The system node autosupport history retransmit command retransmits a locally stored AutoSupport message.

Support personnel might ask you to run this command to retransmit an AutoSupport message. You might also retransmit an AutoSupport message if you run the system node autosupport history show command and notice that a message was not delivered.

If you retransmit an AutoSupport message, and if support already received that message, the support system will not create a duplicate case. If, on the other hand, support did not receive that message, then the AutoSupport system will analyze the message and create a case, if necessary.

Use the system node autosupport history show command to display the 50 most recent AutoSupport messages, which are available for retransmission.

Parameters

-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
Use this parameter to specify the node from which the AutoSupport message is sent.
-seq-num <Sequence Number> - AutoSupport Sequence Number
Use this parameter to specify the sequence number of the AutoSupport message to retransmit.
-uri <text> - Destination to Send this AutoSupport
Use this parameter to specify the HTTP, HTTPS, FILE, or MAILTO uniform resource indicator (URI) to which the AutoSupport message is sent.
[-size-limit {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Transmit Size Limit for this AutoSupport.
Use this parameter to specify a size limit for the retransmitted AutoSupport message. If the message information exceeds this limit, it will be trimmed to fit the limit you specify. Omit the size limit or set it to 0 to disable it, which is useful to retransmit an AutoSupport message that was truncated by a mail or Web server due to the default size limits.

Examples

The following example retransmits the AutoSupport message with sequence number 45 on the node "node1" to a support address by e-mail.
cluster1::> system node autosupport history retransmit -node node1 -seq-num 45 -uri mailto:support@example.com