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  • 1.  Component info of uni* commands

    Posted Jan 25, 2023 07:15 AM
    Dear All,

    I am trying to figure out where the component list that is used by uni* command stored?

    We have a shadow scheduler server and the unifstat gives the following output:

    CA Services Status Report

    Component Name Pid Status
    ------------------------------------ ------- --------------
    WAAE Web Server (LAB) 1907 running
    WAAE Agent (waaesvr91_LAB) 1438 running
    WAAE Scheduler (LAB) - not active
    WAAE Application Server (LAB) - not active

    But in reality both the app server as well as sched are running.

    waadm@waaesvr91 ~]$ autosyslog -e

    Monitoring shadow event schedular output file:

    *** To break out type control-c (^c) ***

    [01/25/2023 17:28:01] ----------------------------------------
    [01/25/2023 17:30:00] ----------------------------------------
    [01/25/2023 17:31:00] ----------------------------------------
    [01/25/2023 17:32:00] ----------------------------------------

    Not sure if the result of unifstat is correct on a shadow server.

    Any thoughts?

    P Verghese

  • 2.  RE: Component info of uni* commands

    Posted Feb 08, 2023 05:05 PM


    as far as I know unifstat should work on a shadow server.

    and the config directory..../SharedComponents/csutils/config

    hope it helps.


  • 3.  RE: Component info of uni* commands

    Posted Feb 16, 2023 08:21 AM

    Hi Jose,

    The output of unifstat is incorrect on shadow server. Even though both app and sched are running it shows them as not running.

    Also when we start these components on shadow the result shows them as failed. 

    unicntrl start waae_server.LAB
    WAAE Application Server (LAB) FAILED.
    Executed waae_server.LAB start...................................FAIL 1

    unicntrl start waae_sched.LAB
    WAAE Scheduler (LAB) Scheduler started.
    Executed waae_sched.LAB start....................................FAIL 1

    But they do start and run. So this is confusing and not sure what is happening.


    P Verghese