Many scripts require the storage node’s IP address to run. Define SCSP_HOST in the environment, and many scripts will pick up the IP address without specifying it.
export SCSP_HOST=[node ip address]
SCSP_HOST=[node ip address]
put in ~/.bashrc to persist over sessions
Easily add the bashrcforcustomers file (for handy DataCore aliases and functions) to .bashrc using /root/dist/add-bashrcforcustomers.sh This is done by the updateBundle.sh script as well.
Type: “alias” to see what shortcuts are enabled or
Open /root/dist/bashrcforcustomers and see what functions and aliases are now present
NODES.csv: Many scripts can use a file called NODES.csv in the current directory to run the script against only IP addresses listed, one per line, in that file.
Most scripts that use NODES.csv enable this functionality using the -n flag.
This is good if only a subset of IPs in a cluster need to be affected.
README.txt shows all included scripts and provides a brief summary
REVISION.txt is the date stamp from when the bundle was created and thus uploaded to the support site.
Compare the local REVISION.txt file with the date in https://support.cloud.caringo.com/tools/REVISION.txt to see if the bundle has changed last downloaded.
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