1356RE: PeopleSoft DBA Forum Peoplesoft & Control-M
- Nov 3, 2005What is the environment of the DOS shell created by Control-M. When I start
an application server with a batch file I usually only have to set TUXDIR
Is Control-M adding anything else to the path such that it is exceeding the
Try adding a SET command to the script and redirecting the output to a file.
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> Sent: 03 November 2005 10:08
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> Subject: PeopleSoft DBA Forum Peoplesoft & Control-M
> We're got a BMC control-m installation here, we use it to schedule
> administration stuff for peoplesoft, like starting and stopping
> appserver domains, webservers etc.
> It worked very well on HP-UX for several years, but the windows flavor
> of Control-M seems to be different :
> I can stop an appserver, but I can't start it.
> We're using batch files to start and stop appservers, they've been
> tested on windows, but control-M erors out when running the start
> script, which contains
> cd \ep846\appserv
> psadmin -c boot -d DSSPS81
> This is driving me nuts, so if someone can offer advice or, even better,
> a solution, I'd really appreciate it.
> Thanks a lot
> PJ Pallez
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