Friday, February 19, 2021

OHS 12c Startup Script for EPM 11.2

The following assumes your OHS is hosted in MS Windows.  An equivalent bash shell script may be easily created to do the same in Linux/Exalytics.  The below assumes you have already executed the OHS storeUserConfig process previously documented on this blog.


SET CWD=%~dp0

REM This script sets up our environment variables.

CALL %CWD%ScriptEnv.bat

sc start "Oracle Weblogic ohs NodeManager (F_Oracle_Middleware_ohs_wlserver)"

start "StartOHS" /wait /i cmd /c %EPM_INSTANCE_HOME%\httpConfig\ohs\bin\startComponent.cmd ohs_component


You're welcome.

Change the "F" in red above to be your EPM system's drive letter.  The variable EPM_INSTANCE_HOME is the path to the instance, such as F:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\epmsystem1 and I define it in my custom ScriptEnv.bat.

3 comments:

  1. You may want to check in on the lastinvocation.log (it's really scripts). Using that (with a "little" fixing), you can get rid of the nodemanager completely =)

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  2. This is really helpful. Both the tips from Dave and Deezel.
    Using the lastinvocation I created a start and stop script (with shutdownconsole parameter)
    So now running without nodemanager.

    Something in return,
    in case you use the main 'start & stop EPM system' scripts for the complete EPM stack:
    add a new properties file to the config starter folder

    type=script
    start.script=
    stop.script=
    checker=j2ee
    wait=true
    interval=5000
    timeout=500000
    host=
    server.port=19000
    validation.context=/index.html

    I guess oracle forgot they can not only start services but also scripts with starter functionality

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  3. I guess in above some text was not posted.
    Specify your server and filename incl path to your start and stop scripts. Make sure they are escaped similar as in the other starter properties files

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