DiskSavvy Server Command Line Utility

In addition to the web-based management interface, DiskSavvy Server provides a command line utility allowing one to control one or more DiskSavvy Servers locally or via the network. The DiskSavvy command line utility is located in <ProductDir>/bin directory.

DiskSavvy Server Command Line Syntax:

disksavvy -server_show_commands

Shows disk space analysis commands configured in DiskSavvy Server.

disksavvy -server_start_command <Command Name>

Starts the specified disk space analysis command.

disksavvy -server_stop_command <Command Name>

Stops the specified disk space analysis command.

disksavvy -server_command_status <Command Name>

Shows the current status of a disk space analysis command.

disksavvy -server_command_errors <Command Name>

Shows process errors for a disk space analysis command.

disksavvy -server_delete_command <Command Name>

Deletes the specified disk space analysis command.

disksavvy -server_export_reports -reports_dir <Directory>

Exports disk space analysis reports to the specified directory.

disksavvy -server_import_reports -reports_dir <Directory>

Imports disk space analysis reports from the specified directory.

disksavvy -server_status

Shows the current DiskSavvy Server status.

disksavvy -server_debug_log

Shows the DiskSavvy Server debug log.

Miscellaneous Commands:

disksavvy -v

Shows the product major version, minor version, revision and build date.

disksavvy -help

Shows the command line usage information.

Command Line Options:

-host <Host Name>

Specifies the host name or an IP address of DiskSavvy Server to connect to. If not specified, the command line utility will connect to the local host.

-port <Port Number>

Specifies the TCP/IP port to connect to. If not specified, the command line utility will connect to the default DiskSavvy Server TCP/IP port 9124.

-user <User Name>

Specifies a user name to login to DiskSavvy Server. If not specified, the command line utility will login using the default 'admin' user name.

-password <Password>

Specifies a password to login to DiskSavvy Server. If not specified, the command line utility will login using the default 'admin' password.