Managing UNIX Environment variables
This section describes how you can store UNIX environment variables in a shell script file that will not be overwritten by subsequent installations of the PATROL Agent.
Storing environment variables in a script file
The PATROL Agent allows you to store all your environment variables in a user-defined shell script file. This file is read and sourced as the last step of the startup process. It can contain any valid shell script code which includes, but is not limited to, initialization and modification of environment variables.
Where to go from here
- Purpose of storing environment variables
- Operation of stored environment variables
- Supported file name and format for PATROL
- Example Bourne or Korn script to define and export variables
- Set environment before running PATROL utilities
- Exception for PATROL installation