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I would like to run exachk.sh on regular basis. Now I have to interact with the script and answer all kinds of password questions before the script starts to extract Exadata information.

I want to automate this and I am looking for ways of doing this. Do I really need to modify the exachk.sh script? The problem with this is that this script is fairly often updated on metalink.

Suggestions?

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Yes, it is possible. You can run exachk.sh -s To get it work you have to setup first the SSH user equivalence for database users.

You can find here more infos: Run the Exachk Tool Automatically on Exadata

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Great, thank you! –  Bjarte Brandt May 28 '13 at 12:13
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