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The type of operating system installed on the workstation determines how Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes can be started from the command line. Table 3 explains how you can start and stop both the WebSphere Application Server infrastructure and Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes on a workstation based on the operating system installed.
|Action||Commands used on UNIX® platform||Commands used on Windows® platform|
|Start all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes including WebSphere Application Server and the event monitoring engine.||conman start
|Start netman and WebSphere Application Server. On Windows starts also the Tivoli Token Service||./StartUp.sh||StartUp|
|Stop all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes and WebSphere Application Server.||conman shutdown
|conman shutdown -appsrv
|Stop all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes with the exception of WebSphere Application Server.||conman shutdown||conman shutdown
|Start all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes with the exception of WebSphere Application Server and the event monitoring engine.||conman start||conman start|
|Stop all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes but netman.||conman stop||conman stop|
|Stop all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes (including netman).||conman shutdown
|Start WebSphere Application Server||./startWas.sh
|Stop WebSphere Application Server||./stopWas.sh
|Start the event monitoring engine||conman startmon||conman startmon|
|Stop the event monitoring engine||conman stopmon||conman stopmon|
On Windows systems refrain from using Windows services to stop WebSphere Application Server. Use one of the commands listed in this table instead. If you use Windows services to stop WebSphere Application Server, the appserverman process, which continues to run, will start it again.
Refer to StartUp for more information on the StartUp utility command.
Refer to shutdown for more information on the shutdown utility command.
Refer to IBM® Tivoli® Workload Manager Administration Guide for more information on startWas and stopWas commands.
Refer to start for more information on the conman start command.
Refer to stop for more information on the conman stop command.
Refer to shutdown for more information on the conman shutdown command.
Refer to startappserver for more information on the conman startappserver command.
Refer to stopappserver for more information on the conman stopappserver command.
Refer to startmon for more information on the conman startmon command.
Refer to stopmon for more information on the conman stopmon command.
If the agent is installed on a Windows system, WebSphere Application Server and the netman processes are automatically started at start time as services together with the Tivoli Token Service. If the agent is installed on a UNIX system, WebSphere Application Server and the netman processes can be automatically started at start time by adding a statement invoking Startup in the /etc/inittab file.
Before you perform an upgrade or uninstall, install a fix pack, or perform maintenance activities, ensure that all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes and services are stopped. Follow these steps:
- If you have jobs that are currently running on the workstation, wait for them to finish. To determine which are not finished, check for jobs that are in the exec state. When there are no jobs in this state, and you have allowed sufficient time for all events to be distributed in your network, you can continue with the rest of the procedure.
- If the workstation that you want to stop is not the master domain manager, unlink the workstation by issuing the following command from the command line of the master domain manager:conman "unlink workstationname;noask"
- All Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes on the workstation must then be stopped manually. From the command line, while logged on as the <TWS_user>, use the following command:conman “stop;wait”
- From the command line, stop the netman process as follows:
- Run:conman “shut"Note:
Do not use the UNIX kill command to stop Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes.
- Run the shutdown.cmd command from the Tivoli Workload Scheduler home directory.
- If the workstation is at V8.4 or higher, stop the SSM agent, as follows:
- On Windows, stop the Windows service: Tivoli Workload Scheduler SSM Agent (for <TWS_user>).
- On UNIX, run stopmon.
- If you are updating an agent, remove (unmount) any NFS mounted directories from the master domain manager.
- If you are upgrading an installation that includes the connector, stop the connector.
- Stop the WebSphere® Application Server using the conman stopappserver command (see Starting and stopping the application server and appservman)
To verify if there are services and processes still running, complete the following steps:
- Type the command:ps -u <TWS_user>Verify that the following processes are not running: netman, mailman, batchman, writer, jobman, JOBMAN, stageman, logman, planman, monman, ssmagent.bin, and appservman.
- Run Task Manager, and verify that the following processes are not running: netman, mailman, batchman, writer, jobman, stageman, JOBMON, tokensrv, batchup, logman, planman, monman, ssmagent, and appservman.
Also, ensure that no system programs are accessing the directory or subdirectories, including the command prompt and Windows Explorer.
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