Appservers will not start - sometimes!

Yes, we are running OpenEdge 10.0B SP05.

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "peterlv2002" <peterlv2002@...> wrote:
>
> Have you applied OpenEdge SP5? There are issues with Window 2003 that
> cause the admserver to not respond timely to the start service command
> and that leads to appservers not firing.
>
>
> --- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "hoomail4me" <hoomail4me@> wrote:
> >
> > New install of Vantage v8 with three databases (mfgsys80, train80,
> > test80) and corresponding appservers (three per database).
> >
> > When rebooting the server, most of the time, all appservers will not
> > start (auto start checked). It is not always the same appservers that
> > will not start. I CAN start manually once the server is up through
> > Progress Explorer Tool.
> >
> > Anyone cross this bridge?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Bill
> >
>
New install of Vantage v8 with three databases (mfgsys80, train80,
test80) and corresponding appservers (three per database).

When rebooting the server, most of the time, all appservers will not
start (auto start checked). It is not always the same appservers that
will not start. I CAN start manually once the server is up through
Progress Explorer Tool.

Anyone cross this bridge?

Thanks,

Bill
I have never tried to run all 3 databases at the same time. I would not recommend running more than one live database at a time. Each appserver takes a LOT of resources, and when you run all 3 appservers for 3 databases that's a LOT of overhead that you're probably not using.

I would recommend you uncheck autostart for the databases you don't need on a regular basis and manually start them when needed.

Pete


hoomail4me <hoomail4me@...> wrote: New install of Vantage v8 with three databases (mfgsys80, train80,
test80) and corresponding appservers (three per database).

When rebooting the server, most of the time, all appservers will not
start (auto start checked). It is not always the same appservers that
will not start. I CAN start manually once the server is up through
Progress Explorer Tool.

Anyone cross this bridge?

Thanks,

Bill






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Have you applied OpenEdge SP5? There are issues with Window 2003 that
cause the admserver to not respond timely to the start service command
and that leads to appservers not firing.


--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "hoomail4me" <hoomail4me@...> wrote:
>
> New install of Vantage v8 with three databases (mfgsys80, train80,
> test80) and corresponding appservers (three per database).
>
> When rebooting the server, most of the time, all appservers will not
> start (auto start checked). It is not always the same appservers that
> will not start. I CAN start manually once the server is up through
> Progress Explorer Tool.
>
> Anyone cross this bridge?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bill
>
I've had this happen before and it typically happens if the appserver port is hung up (or is perceived as in use by some other application- use netstat -a at cmd> and view results for the port number in question, if the problem is consistently occuring on one port.
I created a start all batch file script that sequentially starts each database, appservers etc. and this seemed to have resolved the issue.

peterlv2002 <peterlv2002@...> wrote:
Have you applied OpenEdge SP5? There are issues with Window 2003 that
cause the admserver to not respond timely to the start service command
and that leads to appservers not firing.

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "hoomail4me" <hoomail4me@...> wrote:
>
> New install of Vantage v8 with three databases (mfgsys80, train80,
> test80) and corresponding appservers (three per database).
>
> When rebooting the server, most of the time, all appservers will not
> start (auto start checked). It is not always the same appservers that
> will not start. I CAN start manually once the server is up through
> Progress Explorer Tool.
>
> Anyone cross this bridge?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bill
>






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