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LSF/EGO - When to reconfig

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LSF/EGO - When to reconfig

I need to change the xml definition for a specific service. After I modify the xml and stop the given process. what badmin and lsfadmin steps must I follow so that my change is picked up.

 

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Re: LSF/EGO - When to reconfig

Posted in reply to RoderickNeal

LSF Services are managed a number of different ways. You can use the SAS Grid Manager Module for SAS Environment Manager or Platform RTM for SAS web interfaces along with the 'egosh' command if you prefer a command line interface. 

 

The SGM and RTM web interfaces allow you to stop and start a service by selecting the service and performing the stop/start actions.

 

egosh would require you to

  1. logon (egosh user logon -u admin -x <admin_pwd>)
  2. restart the service (egosh service instance restart -s <service_name>)
  3. logoff (egosh user logoff)

I found more information about egosh command here.

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Re: LSF/EGO - When to reconfig

Posted in reply to RoderickNeal

Hi @RoderickNeal

 

badmin and lsadmin reconfigures different configuration files so depending on which file are you going to change you have to run the respective command. Check this handy note on which command reloads which config files.

https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSETD4_9.1.3/lsf_admin/cluster_reconfig.html

 

Hope this helps.

Thanks,
A

SAS Employee
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Re: LSF/EGO - When to reconfig

@Anand_V, lsadmin and badmin do not process the EGO configuration files located in $LSF_TOP/conf/ego.

 

For processing the EGO configuration files and managing the EGO services, you must use the 'egosh' command.

 

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