The following article explains, which services and processes are running when you install the High Availability (HA) extension of the IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS). However, it also provides a general overview of how you can restart services and processes for your UMS installation, not necessarily the UMS HA installation.
A High Availability (HA) installation consists of several processes: Each node of the HA network has either the UMS Server or the UMS Load Balancer or both running, depending on the configuration you have chosen during the installation process of the UMS HA, see also Configuration Options. In addition, the UMS Watchdog always runs on each node.
|UMS Load Balancer|
If both the UMS Server and the UMS Load Balancer are running on the same server, the UMS Server uses port 30002 and the UMS Load Balancer uses port 30001. If only the UMS Server is installed on a server, it always listens on port 30001. See UMS Communication Ports.
The following table shows how you can find out which processes are running and how/where you can stop or start them.
The processes are normally stopped here.
Emergency stop if the process cannot be stopped in the Services.
cmd / Command Prompt:
Emergency stop if the process cannot be stopped in the Services:
|You can stop / start the UMS Server service also in the UMS Administrator > Distributed UMS, see Distributed UMS - Perform Local UMS Actions in the IGEL UMS Administrator.|