Target resources collection
This page displays resources on targets or target groups such as servers, applications, cluster, and profiles.
From the admin console, click Jobs > Target resources.
Use the Find option to determine the resources to display. After clicking Find, the Find results are displayed in the table that follows the Find and Preference options. Click Reset to assign the parameters the default values.
Parameter names Operators Search strings Type
Type of resource.
For target nodes, valid operators include All, Application, Server, and Cluster.
For target hosts, valid operators include All, Installation Manager, Package, Profile and Package Group.
Not applicable Resource name
The name of an instance of a resource type. For example, a server resource could have a resource name of server1.
Valid operators include = (equal to), != (not equal to), is null, and is not null. String or partial string of a parameter. A partial string is designated using an asterisk (*). We can search for an exact match for multiple items by including comma-separated items. When we search on more than one item, we cannot use the asterisk.
Example: If the resource names are server1, server2, application01, and application03, we can select the != operator for the resource name parameter and a resource name of server* for the search string. The results of the find operation display the application01 and application03 resource information.
Status of the resource. Valid values for the status vary because different resources have different status. Examples of status for a server are started and stopped.
The name of the target on which the resource resides.
Valid operators include = (equal to) and != (not equal to). Group name
The name of the target group.
The valid operator is = (equal to). Context
Topology information of the resource, such as cell/application.
Valid operators include = (equal to) and != (not equal to). Maximum results
The maximum number of results that display after the find option completes.
Not applicable Number of records that the find operation displays. Enter a value between one and the maximum number of records that can be retrieved as defined in the job manager configuration. The default is 50.
ID of the resource.
Number of targets with the same resource name.
Name of the target for the resource. When the resource is defined on multiple targets, the target name is displayed as multiple, and the quantity is greater than one. When we click on the resource name, we can see the details of the targets where this resource resides.
Administer nodes remotely using the job manager View target resource information using the job manager Target resources for targets collection Target resource properties