Restarting Unified Manager on Windows

You might have to restart Unified Manager after making configuration changes.

Before you begin

You must have Windows administrator privileges.

Steps

  1. Log in to Windows using the default local administrator account.
  2. Stop the Unified Manager services:
    From the... Stop the services in following order...
    Command line
    1. sc stop ocie-au
    2. sc stop Oncommandsvc
    Microsoft Service Manager
    1. NetApp OCIE Acquisition Unit (Ocie-au)
    2. NetApp OnCommand Application Server (Oncommandsvc)
    When installed in a high-availability setup, stop the Unified Manager service by using either Microsoft Service Manager or the command line.
  3. Start the Unified Manager services:
    From the... Start the services in following order...
    Command line
    1. sc start Oncommandsvc
    2. sc start ocie-au
    Microsoft Service Manager
    1. NetApp OnCommand Application Server (Oncommandsvc)
    2. NetApp OCIE Acquisition Unit (Ocie-au)
    When installed in a high-availability setup, start Unified Manager service by using either Microsoft Service Manager or the command line.