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 For collecting data from HPUX there is no built in data collector (ala '​snap',​ or '​sysinfo'​). However, there is one called [[https://​drive.google.com/​drive/​folders/​0BwcZrGo_16D5VTVReWxmaGRaMW8|Nickle]] which you can download which is a HP maintained script, but doesn'​t come with HPUX. You can see the most recent announcement [[https://​community.hpe.com/​t5/​General/​Updated-NICKEL-script/​td-p/​6805015|here]]. For collecting data from HPUX there is no built in data collector (ala '​snap',​ or '​sysinfo'​). However, there is one called [[https://​drive.google.com/​drive/​folders/​0BwcZrGo_16D5VTVReWxmaGRaMW8|Nickle]] which you can download which is a HP maintained script, but doesn'​t come with HPUX. You can see the most recent announcement [[https://​community.hpe.com/​t5/​General/​Updated-NICKEL-script/​td-p/​6805015|here]].
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 +==== HPUX Open Source Packages ====
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 +Depending on your version and architecture for HPUX you may be able to find a lot of great open source software on the [[http://​hpux.connect.org.uk/​|HP Porting and Archive Center]] site. There you can find a package management tool called '​depothelper'​ which is a very nice front-end to depot packages similar to '​yum',​ '​ips',​ '​pkg',​ or '​apt'​
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 +==== Sales and Support Info ====
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 +For 3rd party support of HPUX please see our [[https://​www.parsec.com/​os/​hpux/​|hpux information page]] on our main web site. 
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