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Running the alert process

Launching from the command line (batch execution)

To execute the job from the command line, use the syntax:

ccjob -f alert_process

NOTE: If an email address is not defined in the Customer Contact form, an alert will not be generated. Thus, no email will be sent and no alert will be displayed in the alert panel on the main Cloud Cruiser dashboard.

For more information on running jobs, see Running jobs from the command line.

Launching from the Cloud Cruiser Portal

You can run the alert process with the Job Maintenance page. Go to Data > Job Maintenance , select a job and click Run to start the process with all the defaults.

Viewing the alert_process log

Every run of the alert batch job creates a log file with information on the alerts created and the notifications sent. To debug why alerts might not be generated, or to debug any error messages, run ccjob with the -l debug option:

ccjob -f alert_process -l debug

Log files are located in the < install_dir >/logs / < jobName > directory. For samples, where the job name is sampleAlert , its log files are located in the < install_dir >/logs/sampleAlert directory.

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