[Openvas-discuss] Report Output To Server Location

Turner,Jonas JOTURNER at hcr-manorcare.com
Thu Oct 6 20:55:53 CEST 2016


Definitely thank you for the feedback.  I am using the OMP CLI to grep for the reports that are done and then I can use the ID to export them.  I created a Python script to do all the work and it’s working great.  So thanks again!!

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That solution will work for Jonas i think.

Thanks again Eero.

Fabio

No dia 06/10/2016, às 09:34, Eero Volotinen <eero.volotinen at iki.fi<mailto:eero.volotinen at iki.fi>> escreveu:

Well, not really. omp works with remote network connection also or just use network mount .. like fuse-ssh

Eero

2016-10-06 11:29 GMT+03:00 Fábio Fernandes <fabiogfernandes at gmail.com<mailto:fabiogfernandes at gmail.com>>:
Yes but he still needs some kind of application or code to put the report in the remote Linux server filesystem.

Thanks Eero.

Fabio

No dia 06/10/2016, às 09:25, Eero Volotinen <eero.volotinen at iki.fi<mailto:eero.volotinen at iki.fi>> escreveu:

Well, just launch task with omp and monitor progress with omp. After task is finished, just extract raports with omp.
Eero

2016-10-06 11:18 GMT+03:00 Fábio Fernandes <fabiogfernandes at gmail.com<mailto:fabiogfernandes at gmail.com>>:
Eero i can’t see how you can do this automatically with omp. Can you describe an example?

Fabio

No dia 06/10/2016, às 06:42, Eero Volotinen <eero.volotinen at iki.fi<mailto:eero.volotinen at iki.fi>> escreveu:

Well, you could use omp to do this.
Eero

2016-10-06 4:45 GMT+03:00 Fábio Fernandes <fabiogfernandes at gmail.com<mailto:fabiogfernandes at gmail.com>>:
I can only see 2 ways you can do this:

Send the report via email and have some script in the server to receive emails and extract the attachment.

Use the "Send to host” method and have some application in the Linux server reading it and putting it in the folder.

Never tried “Send to host” method but it seems the simplest.

Maybe someone has a simpler idea but i’m only seeing this options.

Fabio

No dia 05/10/2016, às 16:21, Turner,Jonas <JOTURNER at hcr-manorcare.com<mailto:JOTURNER at hcr-manorcare.com>> escreveu:

I looked at the alerts to output the report to a folder on the server, but is there any quick documentation or someone can give me the best tip to do this?  I want all the jobs to export their reports in XML format to a folder on the Linux server somewhere.  I can’t seem to get it to work that way.


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