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Adding an agent that should be started by the Service Manager

  • 1.  Adding an agent that should be started by the Service Manager

    Posted 10-24-2016 06:57 AM
    One may simply add another agent that should be started with the ServiceManager, through the Service Manager Dialog.

    1. Right-click on an existing agent and choose "Duplicate" in the context menu :
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    2. Then rename it (right click> rename or hit the 'F2' key)

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    3. Edit the agent's properties and adjust them

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  • 2.  Adding an agent that should be started by the Service Manager

    Posted 11-03-2016 07:40 AM

    Our uc4 server is running on Linux and the 2 agents we want to install is on a windows server.

    You are talking about the Service Manager Dialog but that is when you are running uc4 on a windows server ?


    The Service Manager is a program that you can install on hosts where the agents and / or the server are installed. It can be used to interact with them. There are essentially 2 ways to do so :

     

    1.      In command line as explained here :https://docs.automic.com/documentation/WEBHELP/English/AWA/11.2/AE/11.2/All%20Guides/help.htm#ucaazp.htm

    2.      Via the Service Manager Dialog : a graphical interface that allows you to interact with the Service Manager of any host, be it installed on Unix, Linux or Windows.  


    Here are 2 examples:

    > Server VWGSUP16 is a Linux server (SLES 11) which has a Service Manager running on port 28879:

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    > Server VWGSUP15 is a Windows host that has the SMgr running on the default port (8871):
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    Both can be reached from my host as long as firewall ports are open.