The steps in this plug-in provide information about the system on which the agent is running. You can use these steps to verify that a deployment can succeed or has succeeded by verifying the amount of disk space and the environment variables on the system.
This plug-in requires version 6.0 or later of IBM UrbanCode Deploy.
This plug-in is supported to run on all operating systems that are supported by the IBM UrbanCode Deploy agent.
Note: The Check Available Disk Space is not supported on the Solaris operating system
No special steps are required for installation. See Installing plug-ins in UrbanCode Deploy.
Fixes APAR PI94880 Updated from Apache Commons IO 1.4 to latest (2.2 as of now).
Support property file encryption.
Fixes APAR PI35342 compatibility defect with IBM Urbancode Deploy version 18.104.22.168 and later.
Add a step to check if a value matches a regex and create output properties based on the matching groups.
Initial release of the System Information plugin.
Ensure that there is enough available disk space.
|Available Space(kB)||String||The minimum space in kilo-bytes for this step to pass.||Yes|
|Path||String||The path to check disk space for. (i.e. For Windows C:\, For *nix /mntpoint||Yes|
Ensure that a TCP connection can be made to a given host and port from this machine.
|Hostname||String||The hostname or IP of the machine to try to connect to.||Yes|
|Interval(seconds)||String||The inteval in seconds between retries.||Yes|
|Port||String||The port to try to connect to.||Yes|
|Retries||String||The number of time to retry the connection.||Yes|
Ensure that an environment variable is set to an expected value.
|Value||String||The expected value of the variable. Leave blank if you just want to check the var
is set without checking value.
|Variable Name||String||The name of the variable to check for.||Yes|
Check if a value matches a Regex. If it does the matched groups will be set as output
properties with the names group0, group1, etc.
|Regex||String||The regex to try to match.||Yes|
|Value||String||The value you want to check the regex against.||Yes|