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Is there anyway to show the last 3 scripts that have been ran on a system. Perhaps right below the run automation scripts. Nothing too detailed, but per system it would be nice to see what's been ran recently maybe title of script ran date and complete or failed status.

 

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Hi,

Thank you for your suggestion. We will consider the possibility to introduce this option into the future release. Currently we do not store this information into the DB, however Pulseway can show the last 5 executions per each script if the Pulseway service is not restarted.

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