The following sections provide information about the available ways to start, stop or check status for a Remote Container server:
Use the Step 4.setting in the Configuration Manager to configure the Remote Container to start, stop and display status when you issue commands to the Operations Center daemon. For instructions, see
Use the same start, monitor status, and stop commands for the Remote Container that you do to administer the Operations Center server.
To start, monitor or stop a Remote Container server:
Log in as the user formula (or any user with root privileges) and from the /OperationsCenter_install_path/bin directory, issue the appropriate command as outlined in Table 6-1.
Table 6-1 Remote Server Commands
Action on Remote Container
Start Remote Container Server
where container_name is the name of the Remote Container server. For example, if the Remote Container name is ContainerRCServer1:
View Runtime Status
Stop All Servers for the Daemon
Use the right-click options on a remote container connection to start, stop, and monitor the associated Remote Container servers.
Container Server operations contact the daemon on the host and port specified for the container connection and determine if the Remote Container server named in the container connection definition(s) is registered with the daemon.
For instructions on creating connections to a Remote Container, see Section 6.5, Defining Remote Container Connections.
To start, stop and display status for a Remote Container server:
In thepane, click > > .
Right-click an associated connection, clickand select one of the following:
. If the Remote Container server is registered with the daemon, a status dialog box displays.
. Checks to see if the Remote Container server is running.