02 May 2006

Another opmnctl Gem - sequential operations

Following yesterdays theme of handy but less well known opmnctl commands, here's another one I like.

If you want to start the processes OPMN is configured to manage on a sequential basis (ie one process is started and completes its startup before the next one) then you can use the command below.

$opmnctl startproc sequential=true

The usage text describes it succinctly as:

$opmnctl usage startproc

If the value of the sequential attribute is "true", each process or application targetted by the request will be acted upon sequentially (one at a time). The request order of affected managed-process dependencies will be honored.

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