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Grid deamons

hello friends,

 

we are running sas 9.4 on linux redhat - having grid environment with around 16 nodes. wanted to know how can i identify what daemons are running on metadata server and each grid node? Thank you...


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‎02-28-2017 05:19 PM
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Hi @woo

 

You can find all the LSF Deamons by using grep - your LSF Mount Point.
If you are logged in as LSF administrator you can do echo $LSF_TOP to find out the mount point where your LSF has been configured then grep that path on the machine - ps -ef | grep -i "Path of $LSF_TOP"

 

For all the LSF Deamons you can and their purpose you can check this link out - 

 

http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSWRJV_10.1.0/lsf_users_guide/daemons_about.html

 

There is NO consolidated sas.servers script for these deamons however you can use EGO to start/stop them. In case you use to start/stop them directly use commands like badmin & lsadmin.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Anand!

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Re: Grid deamons

Hi,

 

usually below are the demons running. May be you can grep with below names to find..

on LFS server: LIM, PIM, RES, PEM, Sbatchd

on LSF Master: including above + MBD, MBSCHD & VEMKD

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Re: Grid deamons

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thank you Maheshtalla - what would be the script name for all these daemons though...? and usually where to find (may be default location?)....
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Re: Grid deamons

I don't think there will be common script for all these demons combined, since they are all individual services and configured to respective locations.

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Re: Grid deamons

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Hi @woo

 

You can find all the LSF Deamons by using grep - your LSF Mount Point.
If you are logged in as LSF administrator you can do echo $LSF_TOP to find out the mount point where your LSF has been configured then grep that path on the machine - ps -ef | grep -i "Path of $LSF_TOP"

 

For all the LSF Deamons you can and their purpose you can check this link out - 

 

http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSWRJV_10.1.0/lsf_users_guide/daemons_about.html

 

There is NO consolidated sas.servers script for these deamons however you can use EGO to start/stop them. In case you use to start/stop them directly use commands like badmin & lsadmin.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Anand!

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