A Rundeck script plugin for remotely administering a PeopleSoft process scheduler.
NOTE: this currently only works for for UNIX/LINUX
Copy the ps-prcs-plugin.zip file to your
$RDECK_BASE/libext directory and restart the Rundeck service.
mv ps-prcs-plugin.zip $RDECK_BASE/libext
You should now have an additional "PS Process Scheduler" option when configuring jobs.
The following node variables must be set in order for the plugin to work.
Depending on your configuration, you may also need to set the following as well.
For example, here's how a yaml resource file might be setup.
hrlinuxappserver01: tags: 'app,web,prcs' osName: Linux osFamily: unix username: psoft osArch: amd64 description: HRDEMO Appserver Environment nodename: hrlinuxappserver01 hostname: hrlinuxappserver01 osName: Linux ps_home: '/opt/psoft/pt854' ps_cfg_home: '/opt/psoft/pt854cfg' ps_app_home: '/opt/psoft/hcm92' ps_pia_home: '/opt/psoft/pt854cfg' ps_cust_home: '/opt/psoft/hcm92custom' tuxdir: '/opt/oracle/middleware/tuxedo12c' java_home: '/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.7.0' oracle_home: '/opt/oracle/product/12.1.0/client' oracle_base: '/opt/oracle' cobdir: '/opt/microfocus/netexpress' appserver_domain: hrdemo prcs_domain: hrdemo pia_domain: hrdemo
Also, it should be noted that this is a Rundeck script plugin and works by passing the node variables as environment variables over SSH. In order for the plugin to have access to the configured node variables, you'll need to make sure that the ssh server process on the target system is configured for this.
To use the plugin, simply select the "PS Process Scheduler" node step type when adding a step to a workflow. Then enter in the process scheduler domain that you would like to administer, and select the action you would like to perform from the drop-down list. The actions are pretty straightforward, but here's a quick run down of what each does:
- status: Returns the status of the domain
- start: Starts the specified domain
- stop: Shuts down the specified domain
- kill: Shuts down the specified domain using a forced shutdown method
- configure: Reloads the domain configuration
- flush: Cleans the IPC resources
- restart: Stops the domain and then starts it
- bounce: Performs the following - stop, flush, configure, start
- compile: Executes the
$PS_HOME/setup/pscbl.makscript to compile COBOL
- link: Executes the
$PS_HOME/setup/psrun.makscript to link COBOL
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