Restarting Unified Manager in Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS

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

Before you begin

You must have root user access to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS server on which Unified Manager is installed.

Steps

  1. Log in as root user to the server on which you want to restart the Unified Manager service.
  2. Stop the Unified Manager service and the associated MySQL software in the order shown: service ocieau stopservice ocie stopservice mysqld stop
    When installed in a high-availability setup, stop the Unified Manager service by using either VCS Operations Manager or VCS commands.
  3. Start Unified Manager in the order shown: service mysqld startservice ocie startservice ocieau start
    When installed in a high-availability setup, start Unified Manager service by using either VCS Operations Manager or VCS commands.