Stopping, Starting, or Restarting the Cluster Manager Service

To apply any changes that you made in the accelerator.properties file, you must restart the Cluster Manager service. These changes include disabling agents by default, enabling LDAP or Active Directory authentication, setting up email notification, adding custom protocol mismatch error text, reconfiguring the database connection monitor settings , and enabling resource management . You must also restart the service if you use a MySQL or Oracle database and have installed the JDBC driver for that database.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  1. Sign in as root.

  2. Stop, start, or restart the service.

    • To stop the service, enter service clustermanager stop.

    • To start the service, enter service clustermanager start.

    • To restart the service, enter service clustermanager restart.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

  1. Sign in as root.

  2. Stop, start, or restart the service.

    • To stop the service, enter /etc/init.d/clustermanager stop.

    • To start the service, enter /etc/init.d/clustermanager start.

    • To restart the service, enter /etc/init.d/clustermanager restart.

Ubuntu Linux

  1. Sign in as root.

  2. Stop, start, or restart the service.

    • To stop the service, enter /etc/init.d/clustermanager stop.

    • To start the service, enter /etc/init.d/clustermanager start.

    • To restart the service, enter /etc/init.d/clustermanager restart.

Windows

Using the Windows Command Line

  1. Sign in as an administrator.

  2. Open a command prompt.

  3. Stop, start, or restart the service.

    • To stop the service, enter net stop "CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager".

    • To start the service, enter net start "CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager".

    • To restart the service, enter net stop "CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager" && net start "CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager".

Using the Windows Services Console

  1. Sign in as an administrator.

  2. Open a command prompt and enter services.msc.

    The Services console appears.

  3. Stop, start, or restart the service.

    • To stop the service, click CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager and click Stop.

    • To start the service, click CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager and click Start.

    • To restart the service, click CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager and click Restart.

  4. Sign in as an administrator.

  5. Stop, start, or restart the service.

    • To stop the service, click Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools, double-click Services, then click CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager > Stop.

    • To start the service, click Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools, double-click Services, then click CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager > Start.

    • To restart the service, click Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools, double-click Services, then click CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager > Restart.

  6. Sign in as an administrator.

  7. Stop, start, or restart the service.

    • To stop the service, click Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services > CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager > Stop.

    • To start the service, click Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services > CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager > Start.

    • To restart the service, click Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services > CloudBees Build Acceleration Cluster Manager > Restart.