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[OO Support Tip] Starting and Stopping Services in Operations Orchestration

Question:

What order do the services for Operations Orchestration need to be stopped? And when stopped, with what order do they need to be started?

 

Solution:

Recommended sequence for starting and stopping HP OO services

 

Note: There is no specific order in which you need to start and stop HP OO services, as long as you apply the following dependencies:

 

·         When Central service is restarted, you need to restart the scheduler service after the Central service is already up and running.

·         RSGridserver needs to be restarted before RSCentral.

·         In a clustered environment, make sure to start Central services one by one, that is, do not start more than one clustered  Central service at the same time.

 

A recommended order in which to start HP OO services is:

·         RSGridserver

·         RSJRAS

·         RSCentral

 

Note: In a clustered environment, make sure to start Central services one by one, that is, do not start more than one clustered  Central service at the same time.

 

·         RSCluster

·         RSScheduler

 

 

The recommended order in which to stop HP OO services is:

·         RSScheduler

·         RSCluster

·         RSCentral

 

Direct link to the document is here:

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1107935

HP Support
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