When you are using the Administration Tool and have a repository open in online mode, you can use the Cluster Manager to monitor and manage the operations of the cluster Oracle BI Server. However, opening a repository in online mode does not automatically start a clustered Oracle BI Server or a Cluster Controller; therefore, you must start one Oracle BI Server and one Cluster Controller manually. You can then use the Cluster Manager to start additional clustered servers.
On all platforms, you need to manually start each Oracle BI Server, Scheduler, and Cluster Controller
To start the Oracle BI Server, Scheduler, and Cluster Controller from the Command window on Windows
Open a Command window and type the following:
net start "Oracle BI SERVER"
net start "Oracle BI CLUSTER"
net start "Oracle BI SCHEDULER"
After you start the services and Cluster Controller, use a text editor to examine the log files :
- and NQCluster.log in the Log directories, and verify that all processes started without errors and joined the operational cluster configuration successfully. If the log files indicate errors, correct the errors and restart the servers.
To start the Oracle BI Server, Scheduler, and Cluster Controller from the command line on UNIX
Navigate to a command window (xterm). In the Command window, type the following commands (the commands will be slightly different if using csh):