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Oracle® Solaris 11.4 Compliance Guide

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Updated: August 2021
 
 

Running One Remote Assessment

The compliance assess -N node-URI command enables you, as a correctly configured user, to run an assessment on a remote system. With the –s store-URI option, you can store the assessment remotely.

Example 17  Running a Remote Assessment and Storing It Locally

    The administrator has set up a test1 account with the Compliance Assessor rights profile to test running a remote assessment on a SPARC system and on an x86 system.

  • 192.0.2.111 is the x86 system.

  • 192.0.2.122 is the SPARC system.

The administrator runs the commands with various versions of node-URI.

The following commands run the assessments on the remote x86 system, but store them on the local SPARC system.

SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N ssh://test1@192.0.2.111
SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N test1@192.0.2.111
SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N 192.0.2.111
SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N myx86
Example 18  Running a Remote Assessment and Storing It Remotely

The administrator runs the commands with various versions of node-URI. The following commands run the assessments on the remote x86 system and store them there.

SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N ssh://test1@192.0.2.111 \
       -s ssh://test1@192.0.2.111
SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N test1@192.0.2.111 -s test1@192.0.2.111
SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N 192.0.2.111 -s 192.0.2.111
SPARC $ pfexec compliance assess -t basic -N myx86 -s myx86