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[vox] Tivoli use on linux

I am currently working on a team dedicated to enterprise systems
monitoring, event coorelation and automation. We are working with 3 main
tools: HP Openview, Tivoli And BMC Patrol. Currently we are switching from
BMC to the Tivoli tool set. I have been stuying up on tivoli and have been
told that it is being developed on linux, I currently diving in to the
internals and have found that the Tivoli engine is distributing a bash
shell to all NT servers (Tivoli monitoring clients) so that all scripts
can be more flexable.

My questions here are thus:
1) does anybody on the list have experience with Tivoli Framework with
distributed monitoring modules? Hopefully recent (v3.6 +), I am told that
the tivoli products are and have been undergoing massive change.

2) does anybody have experience using a bash shell on NT? I'm looking for
little gottcha's.

3) does anybody have any experience with this kind of monitoring and
automation software?


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