Hobbit script attributes

Ward, Martin Martin.Ward at colt.net
Fri Jun 20 13:10:35 CEST 2008


I have been modifying an old script I found lying around (for Solaris
RAIDs, but I'll get on to that in another email) and have found that I
want to display which version of the script is running on which client,
on the website.

To this end I have started adding a variable "SCRIPT_VER" near the head
of my client script, and adding some code to write it out to the bottom
of the client output in a small table, which brings up the following

1. Are there any standard attributes that should be set in a Hobbit
script? TEST is a common one but is it required or not? Are there
2. Should there be a standard for displaying the script name and version
in the output that is sent to the Hobbit server, to be displayed in the

What do you think?

Martin Ward
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