06-09-2017 10:14 AM
We are running on grid (linux) with 9.4. we have multiple sas web applicaitons and under .../web/config/Lev1/Web/WebAppServer i see all below web app servers, how to confirm what app is tied with specific server? like sasserver1_1 is for sas studio or sas e-miner or so.
also, when i restart these servers it takes a lot of time to start, any workarround?
06-09-2017 11:17 AM
Your deployment might not use all of the SAS Web Application Server assignments described in this table, which means that your deployment might have some non-sequential numbering of the SASServers. SAS has chosen the default assignments to help balance workload and manage the run-time parameters. Changing the default SASServer names and numbers is not recommended.
SASServer 1 - SAS Business Intelligence
SASServer 2 - Tools
SASServer 3 - Performance management solutions (general)
SASServer 4 - Performance management solutions (OLAP)
SASServer 5 - Performance management solutions (financial)
SASServer 6 - Customer intelligence solutions
SASServer 7 - Decision management solutions
SASServer 8 - Risk management, fraud & security intelligence solutions
SASServer 9 - Performance management solutions (cost & profitability)
SASServer 10 - Performance management (IT resource management)
SASServer 11 - Various products (middle-tier support)
SASServer 12 - Analytics (including SAS Visual Analytics & SAS Visual Statistics)
SASServer 13 - Data management solutions
SASServer 14 - Platform web services for SAS (Job Scheduler, LSF)
SASServer 15 - Data management solutions (SAS Data Loader)
06-11-2017 11:31 PM
06-12-2017 04:42 AM
You are working with a GRID environment, and I can already see that every SAS WebApp server is on a cluster with multiplier 2 (X_1 and X_2).
The main reason why your web servers take time to be started is basically due to the cluster configuration. Quality (by reducing total downtime, thanks to the cluster) requires some initial time. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/devils-triangle-quality-time-cost-amit-karpe
In other hand, there are some ways to "boost" the speed of total time getting UP for the SAS Web services: