Posted on June 12th, 2009 No comments
RES Software has been kind to offer first glance to the RESug community of a set three new documents, so called Feature Profiles. These first documents describe in-depth the posibilities with some aspects of Wisdom. The documents are freely available for download below:
Run Book Feature Profile. This document describes what Run Books are and how you can use them.
Parameters Feature Profile. In this document you will find various tips on how to best use Module, Run Book and Project Parameters
Snapshot Intelligence Feature Profile. Here is a really good description on how you can utilize S.I. to manage the state of any Virtual or Physical environment.
If you’ve got comments for these documents, let the nice folks in the documentation department know about it. Send them your thoughts (or cookies!) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on February 7th, 2009 No comments
An article on all the neat stuff you can do behind the scenes with RES Wisdom has been long overdue This collection of tips and tricks for RES Wisdom have been gathered from the product help files, administrative guide, release notes and other publicly available sources. There are several topics covered in this article, specifically:
- How to enable debugging mode in RES Wisdom
- How to set the maximum connections on the Dispatcher
- Using the $workspace tag in Wisdom
- Scheduling Wisdom jobs from the commandline
- Wisdom Agent installation parameters
- Configuring environment variables to remain untranslated
- DB creation during an unattended installation of RES Wisdom
- The Wisdom @REPLACE function
- New input options for parameters
- Prepared4Embedded: New method for using Agents in an image
- Dealing with console lockout
Notice: This article has been updated with valuable information on Feb. 10th 2009.
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Posted on January 17th, 2009 No comments
Newsflash! A new technote has been added to the Technote Library. This one is a reference to all the spooky commandline parameters in PowerFuse. Did you know you can import buildingblocks from the commandline? Add a computer to a workspace during installation? Even move citrix servers in and out of groups. Check out the new technote here