Tuesday, October 30, 2012

How to check your TWS workstation

ps -u twsuser
Displays a list of processes owned by twsuser which are currently running.

ps -aef | grep tws
Displays a list of processes which contain the string 'tws'

Any of these commands should show that these processes are running:
netman, monman, writer, mailman, batchman

$ ps -u twsadm
  PID TTY          TIME CMD
 5312 ?        00:00:22 netman
 5403 ?        00:01:30 monman
12041 ?        00:00:00 writer
12042 ?        00:00:00 mailman
12044 ?        00:00:00 batchman

conman start
If netman is not running, use this command to start it. If that doesn't work, try using the full path.

/opt/IBM/TWS/TWS/bin/conman start

conman 'link  MACHINE_NAME'
If netman is running, but the other commands are not running, you will have to link this workstation from the master. Login to the master domain manager as the tws_user, and run the command. Or, you can run this command to link to all machines.

conman 'link @!@'

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