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You can edit the agent configuration by using wpconfig. In this release, you can only add the path to the Java Home using the wpconfig utility. The setting for Java Home is always: /CUM/Defaults/JAVA_HOME, no other value is supported.

Note

You cannot enter or modify a password using the wpconfig or xpconfig utility. To change the password, use the interface commands or PATROL Configuration Manager.

Using the wpconfig utility for windows

To use the wpconfig utility

  1. Open Run.
  2. Type wpconfig.
  3. Click Ok.
  4. From Tools, select Get Configuration.
  5. In the Get Configuration dialog box, enter the host name of the computer where the Java agent is installed.
  6. The Agent configuration is called and displayed.
  7. Open CUM folder.
  8. Make changes to the default parameters or environment parameters.
  9. From the Tools menu, select Apply Configuration.

Default Agent configuration variables

The following table lists the default agent configuration variables:

Variable

Description

Location

activePSLDebug

Enables debug of the PATROL Agent:

  • 1 = Disabled
  • 128 = Enabled

/CUM/Defaults/activePSLDebug

JAVA_HOME

Path to the Java home.
You can use this variable to provide JRE location.
Note: By default, JRE of the PATROL installation folder is set in this variable.

/CUM/Defaults/JAVA_HOME
.

Environment Agent configuration variables

Variable

Description

Location

activeJavaDebug

Enables debug of the Java Collector:

  • 0 =Disabled
  • 1 = Enabled

/CUM/<UCSManager>/
activeJavaDebug

adminUserName

The user name used to access this
server

/CUM/<UCSManager>/
adminUsername

Hostname

Host name of the Cisco UCS Manager.
The default value is localhost. You can
enter an IP address.

/CUM/<UCSManager>/
Hostname

Https

Defines the protocol used:

  • “True” = HTTPS
  • “False” = HTTP

/CUM/<UCSManager>/
Https

isPasswordChange

Indicates that the password has been
changed

/CUM/<UCSManager>/
isPasswordChange

Port

Access port to the Cisco UCS Manager.
The default value is 80, change to 443 if
you enable HTTPS protocol

/CUM/<UCSManager>/
Port