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Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

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Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Hey All,

 

I do have a problem with the Scheduling Manager in the Management Console.

I deleted a flow without unscheduling it. It is triggered by a dropfile and still runs on the Distributed in-process servers scheduling server, without being available in the scheduling manager.

Is there any way I can see what is currently scheduled by the scheduling manager? And how can I removed this object with rescheduling all flows?

 

Edwin

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Re: Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Posted in reply to Edwin_de_Jong

Hello,

 

In my environment, we use Platform Process Manager's Flow Manager to view flows (and their progress) that are either scheduled or submitted once.

 

If you have this, you are then able to remove a scheduled flow from the batch scheduler.

 

However, when I delete a flow in Management Console it also will delete the flow but that's when I'm logged in as the same user.

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Re: Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Hi,



Did you unscheduled the flow before you remove it from SMC?.



Removing from SMC without unschedule doesn't remove the scheduled instance from scheduler.in such case, it would keep on executing on scheduled time.


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Re: Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Posted in reply to MadhuKiran1

I indeed forgot to unschedule this flow. 

Do you know how I can remove this flow? Do I need to create a flow with exactly the same name or is there somewhere registration which I can change?

 

Edwin

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Re: Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Posted in reply to Edwin_de_Jong
The easier way to do this is, login to SMC using admin credentials and recover the metadata object(removed flow) and unschedule it.


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Re: Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Posted in reply to Edwin_de_Jong
Also, you can log into Flow Manager as the LSF Admin account, find the flow definition, right-click on it and select "Remove Flow".
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Re: Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Posted in reply to Timmy2383

We are not running on LSF but on the distributed in process scheduler of SAS itself and I don't think we have the Flow manager.

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Re: Scheduling Manager - Flow that has been removed is still running

Posted in reply to Edwin_de_Jong

Hello @Edwin_de_Jong, Edwin,

 

I don't think you have an easy task in front of you. This scheduler is a java-based one, and I could not find documentation on how to access the insides of this scheduler.

 

Perhaps you could try to clean up your gemfire/data folder, it might help with cleaning the messaging service, but not sure. Did you already tried to open a ticket at SAS Technical Support?

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