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Creating Application control scripts (Linux)

This script provides an example of switching a VM server from backup to primary mode. A similar script should be created for all servers running SCS. The MLCMD utility that is installed with SCS can be used to switch any application. The following arguments are mandatory for the MLCMD command:

  • For SCS release 8.1.0 and lower
    • DBID of the application
    • SCS host IP and SCS T-Lib port
  • For SCS release 8.1.1 and higher
    • Application name
    • Configuration Server IP, Port, Application Name, Username & Password
    • SCS host IP and SCS T-Lib port (Optional)

Creating Application control scripts (Linux)

Start

  1. For SCS release 8.1.0 and lower, on all servers running SCS, create a shell file that is named SC_APPLICATION_SWITCHOVER.SH, and enter the following commands into the file:
          [+] Commands for SC_APPLICATION_SWITCHOVER.SH
  1. In the shell file, replace the variables indicated by angle brackets with appropriate values.
  2. For SCS release 8.1.1 and higher, on all servers running SCS, create a shell file that is named SC_APPLICATION_SWITCHOVER.SH, and enter the following commands into the file:
          [+] Commands for SC_APPLICATION_SWITCHOVER.SH
  1. In the shell file, replace the variables indicated by angle brackets with appropriate values.

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