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    During the installation process, the PATROL Installation Utility records where it installs PATROL components in environment variables.

    Note

    Throughout this section, all references to PATROL_HOME represent and all references to $PATROL_HOMEPATROL_CACHE represent $HOME/patrol.

    Default Values for PATROL Location Variables

    If you do not specify a location for the PATROL installation, the installer uses the following preprogrammed default locations and stores these locations in environment variables. See following table.

    Default Values for PATROL Location Variables

    Variable

    Default Value

    PATROL_HOME

    /opt/bmc/ <patrol_directory> 1/$TARGET b

    PATROL_CACHE

    $HOME/ <patrol_directory> a /$TARGET b

    1. Depending upon which PATROL architecture you are using, the <patrol_directory> is /PATROL3 or /PATROL7.

    Viewing Environment Variables Set by PATROL

    To view the value of PATROL_HOME, PATROL_CACHE, and other environment variables, perform the appropriate procedure for your shell type:

    Type of Shell

    Procedure

    Bourne and Korn

    At the shell command prompt, type export and press ENTER. The shell displays a list of environment variables and their values.

    Note

     If PATROL_HOME is not set, source patrolrc.sh by entering the following command: . ./patrolrc.sh

    C

    At the shell command prompt, type setenv and press ENTER. The shell displays a list of environment variables and their values.

    Note

    If PATROL_HOME is not set, source patrolrc.sh by entering the following command: source .patrolrc

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