Restarting Dbvisit Standby components – Dbvnet and Dbvserver

Step 1:

Stop Dbvserver:

Following command is used to stop Dbvisit Standby Web Based Interface, i.e. Dbvserver.

Note: command won’t return any output once completed.

cd /usr/dbvisit/dbvserver
./dbvserverd stop

Step 2:

Stop Dbvnet:

Following command is sued to stop Dbvisit Standby Network Communication, i.e. Dbvnet.

cd /usr/dbvisit/dbvnet
./dbvnetd stop

Verify that, above command successful and no dbvnet or dbvserver processes still running on the server.

ps -ef|egrep "dbvnet|dbvserver" |grep -v grep

Note: In case of processes still running, kindly kill them with linux kill command.

Step 3:

Remove all the temporary files (temporary cache), its recommended to clear all before start.

rm -Rf /tmp/par-*
rm -Rf /tmp/dbvtmp-*
rm -Rf /tmp/p2xtmp-*
rm -Rf /tmp/pdk-*

Step 4:

Start Dbvisit Standby Network Communication, i.e. Dbvnet. Kindly remove old log files from the log directory.

cd /usr/dbvisit/dbvnet
rm log/*
./dbvnetd start

Step 5:

Start Dbvisit Standby Web Based Interface, i.e. Dbvserver. Kindly remove old log files from the log directory.

cd /usr/dbvisit/dbvserver
rm log/*
./dbvserverd start

Step 6:

Verify all processes are up and running with following linux command:

[oracle@PR ~]$ ps -ef|egrep "dbvnet|dbvserver" |grep -v grep
oracle 28031 1 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:10 ./dbvnetd start
oracle 28032 28031 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:00 ./dbvnetd start
oracle 28034 28031 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:00 ./dbvnetd start
oracle 28035 28031 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:00 ./dbvnetd start
oracle 28036 28031 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:00 ./dbvnetd start
oracle 28048 1 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:10 ./dbvserverd start
oracle 28049 28048 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:03 ./dbvserverd start
oracle 28052 28048 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:00 ./dbvserverd start
oracle 28053 28048 0 Jan02 ? 00:00:00 ./dbvserverd start

Thanks.

Stay Tune. 🙂

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