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# 5.14.02 Jonathan E. Dyer # Script forces a hardware inventory for SMS for a single box running +SMS. # Run script like this: <server name> # no backslashes are needed in the server name. # ping the box, and if ping response # Start SMS hardware inventory service (hwservvice) # Query the SMS hardware inventory service until it's stopped (it st +ops itself) # Stop the SMS client inventory service (cliservice) # Query the SMS client inventory service is until stopped # Start the SMS client inventory service service # Query the SMS client inventory service until it's started # else if no ping response # end use strict; use Win32::Service qw(GetStatus StopService StartService); #define variables my $server; my $hwservice='sms hardware inventory agent service'; my $cliservice='clisvc'; use Net::Ping; my $server=$ARGV[0]; #get the input #Stop/start the services my $p = Net::Ping->new("icmp"); if ($p->ping("$server",15)){; StartService("$server","$hwservice"); &getstatus($server,$hwservice,1); StopService("$server","$cliservice"); &getstatus($server,$cliservice,1); StartService("$server","$cliservice"); &getstatus($server,$cliservice,4); }else{ print "No ping response from $server"; } $p->close(); print "\n"; sub getstatus{ my %statusHash; my %statcodeHash = ('1' => 'stopped','2' => 'start pending','3' => + 'stop pending','4' => 'running','5' => 'continue pending','6' => 'pa +use pending','7' => 'paused'); do { GetStatus("$_[0]", "$_[1]", \%statusHash); }until ($statusHash{CurrentState}==$_[2]); print " $_[1] $statcodeHash{$statusHash{\"CurrentState\"}} on $_[0 +]"; }

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