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Explanation of shutdown modes of Automic Processes, U00022010

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Products

CA Automic Workload Automation - Automation Engine

Issue/Introduction

This article explains different modes which can be used to shut down Automation Engine Processes.

Cause

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Environment

Release : 12.X, 21

Component : AUTOMATION ENGINE

Resolution

Automation Engine Processes can be shut down differently. There are three different modes that can be used.

Service Manager and Service Manager Dialog options:

"C" = Close. The service ends normally. Using Service Manager Dialog it would be 'End Service - Immediately single process'

In Service Manager log files, the following message will be displayed:

U00022010 Terminate process 'UC4 WP5/UC4 WP-Server [UC4PRD#WP002] - 9 Connections' (ID '15555') with mode 'C'.

 

"S" = System Shutdown. The service stops immediately independent of ongoing tasks. The rest of the services follow the shutdown.

In Service Manager Dialog it would be 'End Service - Shutdown (UC4 system)'.

In Service Manager log files, the following message will be displayed:

U00022010 Terminate process 'UC4 WP5/UC4 WP-Server [UC4PRD#WP002] - 9 Connections' (ID '15555') with mode 'S'.

 

"A" = Abnormally. The service is immediately stopped by the ServiceManager through a system call (kill). Use this command only when attempts by the service to stop itself were not successful.

In Service Manager Dialog it would be 'End Service - Abnormally'.

In Service Manager log files, the following message will be displayed:

U00022010 Terminate process 'UC4 WP5/UC4 WP-Server [UC4PRD#WP002] - 9 Connections' (ID '15555') with mode 'A'.

 

Processes can also be shut down manually through command line program UCYBSMCL of ServiceManager:

Windows:

UCYBSMCL [.EXE] -c STOP_PROCESS -h computer name -n phrase -s name of the service [-m stop mode] [-p password]

Unix:

ucybsmcl  -c STOP_PROCESS -h computer name:port number -n phrase -s name of the service [-m stop mode] [-p password]

For detailed information on the commands, refer to UCYBSMCL of ServiceManager documentation