This documentation supports the 9.0 version of BMC Atrium Core.

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Launching the BMC Atrium Core Maintenance Tool

This section covers the following topics: 

To launch the BMC Atrium Core Maintenance Tool

  1. Access the system where BMC Atrium Core is installed.
  2. Navigate to the directory where BMC Atrium Core is installed.
    This is the directory identified by the environment variable ATRIUMCORE_HOME.
  3. Change directories to the atriumcore directory.
  4. Run the Maintenance Tool:
  • On Windows, go to your installation directory and double-click AtriumCoreMaintenanceTool.cmd.
  • On UNIX, go to your installation directory and run ./AtriumCoreMaintenanceTool.sh.

Each time that you run the BMC Atrium Core installer or uninstaller, a log file is created and a tab in the BMC Atrium Core Maintenance Tool is created. The tab's name reflects the date and time the installer or uninstaller is run.

In each log, errors are highlighted in red, and warnings are highlighted in yellow.

To run the BMC Atrium Core Maintenance Tool in silent mode

You can run the BMC Atrium Core Maintenance Tool silently by entering the -silent parameter at the command line. You can use the -silent option to run the log zipper, encryption, or DSO mappings.

  1. Open a command window and then navigate to the directory where the BMC Atrium Core Maintenance Tool is installed.
    If this is a new installation, the Maintenance Tool resides in the installation directory under <bmcAtriumCoreInstallationDirectory>\atriumcore_home\atriumcore.
  2. Run the installer with the -i silent option.

    On Windows, enter:
    AtriumCoreMaintenanceTool.cmd -i silent <tabName> <commandName>

    On UNIX, enter:
    AtriumCoreMaintenanceTool.sh -i silent <tabName> <commandName>

    For example, to run the log zipper for BMC Atrium Core, enter:
    AtriumCoreMaintenanceTool.cmd -i silent -logs -zip_logs

    By default, the output is zipped and then stored in the Users profile folder. For example:
    C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Temp\2\AtriumFoundationLogs.zip

    To specify a different output file name or location, add the -output_file=<output_file_option> parameter. For example:
    AtriumCoreMaintenanceTool.cmd -i silent -logs -zip_logs -output_file=C;\AtriumCore7700.zip
    To display help, enter AtriumCoreMaintenanceTool -help.
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