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Subj:   Re: Rebooting viewpoint server
 
From:   Ganga, Sandeep Kumar

Hi Raghu Maram,

In a clustered system, the Primary should be started first, then the Standby Procedure to reboot viewpoint services if clustered is below,

     #stop viewpoint services and postgres on standby
     #stop viewpoint services and postgres on primary
     #check the viewpoint services and postgres status on viewpoint servers, to confirm it show unused
     #start viewpoint services and postgres on primary
     #start viewpoint services and postgres on standby

If you want to reboot viewpoint server, you may use init 6, with below procedure

     #stop viewpoint services and postgres on standby
     #stop viewpoint services and postgres on primary
     #check the viewpoint services and postgres status on viewpoint servers, to confirm it show unused
     #reboot primary
     #reboot secondary
     #(here services should come up running by default(depends as defined in chkconfig), if not start them manually in below process)
     #start viewpoint services and postgres on primary
     #start viewpoint services and postgres on standby

And for a hard reboot of server, you may use SMWebClient where you find option to hard power off and hard power on.

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

Sandeep.

GANGA SANDEEP KUMAR



     
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