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I need to execute a script using AppDynamics. While executing the script, I need to pass a command line argument. Could you please let me know if this is possible? If yes, could you please let me know how to achieve this?
Like, in below example, I need to execute the script AppdDiagnosticDisk.sh passing the argument "/opt".
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Yep, should be possible depending on what you're doing, this document may help: https://docs.appdynamics.com/display/PRO45/Remediation+Actions#RemediationActions-Configuration
Second that. We have multiple use case scenario where passing custom command argument would greatly enhance the remediation action capability for us. Utilizing the ENV variables exported to the script are great, but not sufficient for us.
If this can be consider for upcoming releases of controller and machine agent, that'd be really great.
Feel free to Search the Idea Exchange to see if this Idea already exists, if not, go ahead and submit this as a feature request within the Idea Exchange.
The Idea Exchange can be found here.
I also recommend reading the Idea Exchange Submission Guidelines
Note: Idea Exchange is accessible to contractual customers (Trial/Lite users currently do not have access to the Idea Exchange at this time).
Ryan, Cisco AppDynamics Community Manager
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