How to Boot or Shutdown PeopleSoft Application Server Components

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How to Boot or Shutdown
Specific

PeopleSoft Application Server
Components





Shutdown for a Group Of Processes



1.

Start psadmin

2.

Go to the PeopleSoft Domain Administration Menu and select option 5.


--------------------------------

PeopleSoft Domain Adminis
tration

--------------------------------


Domain Name: DCCRKR



1) Boot this domain


2) Domain shutdown menu


3) Domain status menu


4) Configure this domain


5) TUXEDO command line (tmadmin)


6) Edit configuration/log files menu


7) Messaging S
erver Administration menu


q) Quit


Command to execute (1
-
7, q) : 5



3.

At the command line, type
psr

and press
ENTER
. A list similar to the one below will
be displayed.


>
psr

Prog Name Queue Name Grp Name ID RqDone Load Done Current Service

--
-------

----------

--------

--

------

---------

---------------

BBL 54352 dalsun99 0 16 800 ( IDLE )

PSAPPSRV APPQ APPSRV 1 352 17600 ( IDLE )

PSAPPSRV APPQ APPSRV

2 319 15950 ( IDLE )

PSAPPSRV APPQ APPSRV 3 410 20500 ( IDLE )

WSL 00001.00020 BASE 20 0 0 ( IDLE )

PSSUBDSP 00098.00300 PUBSUB 300 0 0 ( IDLE )

PSSUBHND

SUBHQ_dflt PUBSUB 301 0 0 ( IDLE )

PSQCKSRV QCKQ APPSRV 50 525 26250 ( IDLE )

PSPUBDSP 00098.00200 PUBSUB 200 0 0 ( IDLE )

JSL 00095.00200 JSLGRP 200 0

0 ( IDLE )

PSPUBHND PUBHQ_dflt PUBSUB 201 0 0 ( IDLE )

PSQRYSRV QRYQ APPSRV 70 15 750 ( IDLE )

PSBRKDSP 00098.00100 PUBSUB 100 0 0 ( IDLE )

PSSAMSRV SAMQ

APPSRV 100 1 50 ( IDLE )

PSBRKHND BRKHQ_dflt PUBSUB 101 0 0 ( IDLE )

PSSAMSRV SAMQ APPSRV 101 0 0 ( IDLE )

JREPSVR 00094.00250 JREPGRP 250 18 900 ( IDLE
)


4.

Look under the
Grp Name

column to determine the group name for the processes
to be shut down. For this example, the PUBSUB group (6 processes will be shut
down). Enter the command to shutdown the group:




>
shutdown
-
g PUBSUB



Messages will be displ
ayed showing the progress.


Shutting down server processes ...



Server Id = 301 Group Id = PUBSUB Machine = dalsun99: shutdown succeeded


Server Id = 300 Group Id = PUBSUB Machine = dalsun99: shutdown succeeded


Server Id = 201 Gr
oup Id = PUBSUB Machine = dalsun99: shutdown succeeded


Server Id = 200 Group Id = PUBSUB Machine = dalsun99: shutdown succeeded


Server Id = 101 Group Id = PUBSUB Machine = dalsun99: shutdown succeeded


Server Id = 100 Group Id
= PUBSUB Machine = dalsun99: shutdown succeeded

6 processes stopped.


At this point the command line will be available. Either restart the group (see
instructions below) or enter
quit

at the prompt to return to the psadmin menu.




Booting a Group of Pr
ocesses


1.

Navigate to the PeopleSoft Domain Administration Menu and select option 5. This
will enter the Tuxedo command line mode.


Determine what group will be started. This can be determined based on a group
that was previously shut down or by looking i
n the psappsrv.ubx file. For this
example, the PUBSUB group that was shut down in the previous example will be
rebooted.


2.

Enter the command to boot the group:


>
boot

g PUBSUB


Messages will be displayed to show the activity of the boot process.


INFO: T
UXEDO(r) System Release 6.5

INFO: Serial #: 101998665, Expiration NONE, Maxusers 1000000

INFO: Licensed to: PeopleSoft


Booting server processes ...


exec PSBRKDSP
-
s PSBRKDSP_dflt:Dispatch
--

-
C psappsrv.cfg
-
D DCCRKR
-
S
PSBRKDSP_dflt :


process id
=28435 ... Started.

exec PSBRKHND
-
p 1,600:1,1
-
s PSBRKHND_dflt:BrkProcess
--

-
C psappsrv.cfg
-
D
DCCRKR
-
S PSBRKHND_dflt :


process id=28442 ... Started.

exec PSPUBDSP
-
s PSPUBDSP_dflt:Dispatch
--

-
C psappsrv.cfg
-
D DCCRKR
-
S
PSPUBDSP_dflt :



process id=28449 ... Started.

exec PSPUBHND
-
p 1,600:1,1
-
s PSPUBHND_dflt:PubConProcess
--

-
C psappsrv.cfg
-
D
DCCRKR
-
S PSPUBHND_dflt :


process id=28456 ... Started.

exec PSSUBDSP
-
s PSSUBDSP_dflt:Dispatch
--

-
C psappsrv.cfg
-
D DCCRKR
-
S
PSSUBDSP_
dflt :


process id=28463 ... Started.

exec PSSUBHND
-
p 1,600:1,1
-
s PSSUBHND_dflt:SubConProcess
--

-
C psappsrv.cfg
-
D
DCCRKR
-
S PSSUBHND_dflt :


process id=28470 ... Started.

6 processes started.




At the command prompt, type
q

to get back t
o the psadmin menu.




To Shutdown/Boot a Specific Process



Use the same procedures as above but use the

i

flag and the
ID

column from the
psr

command to determine which process to shutdown/boot. In this example, the
PSAPPSRV

process with an ID of 3 wil
l be shutdown.


>
shutdown

i 3



In the event of an obstinate process, use the following command to force a shutdown. It
states: Try to nicely shutdown the process with the ID of 3, but if it doesn’t go away after
10 seconds, kill the process.


>
shutdo
wn

i 3

w10
-
y


If there’s a need to manually boot a process, use the following command. For this
example another
PSAPPSRV

process (ID of 4) is started and added to the pool of 3 that
already exist. If necessary, check the psappsrv.ubx file to verify th
e ID used is in the
range of Ids available for the group.


>
boot

i 4





If current service continues to show ‘ICPANEL’ it
means that it’s (psappsrv) stuck trying to
display information. Start an additional psappsrv process, and try killing the processe
s
stuck in ‘ICPANEL’.