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scheduler not visible after .par deployment on all server nodes

Hi all

We are running NW 7.0 SP9. Infrustructure contains two hardware nodes and each has three software java nodes

We have imported KM Scheduller task using .par file but it is not wisible under all java nodes... .par file is imported successfully to all six nodes but Scheduler is visible just on few of them :o(((

Can you please help me with this issue???

I appreciate your help in here.

Ivan

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 03:18 PM

    Hello Ivan,

    In KM config, for every scheduler task, you can specify the CM Systems (server node) on which the task is executed. This can be done under System Administration - System Configuration - Knowledge Management - Global Services - Scheduler tasks - yourtask. The task visible under Component Monitor - Services - scheduler should reflect the selected server node in the KM config.

    Hope this help.

    Regards,

    The Hung Nguyen

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      Hi Hung Nguyen

      Thanks for the fast reply....

      I know about this possibility but my problem is that I am able to see my Scheduler Task only on some of Java Servers.

      To explain a bit .

      If you open a link to EP you are redirected to one specific Java server. (We have developed an application that shows me on which Java server I am)

      And while trying few times I have noticed that if I am on server0 I can see my SchedulerTask under (System Administration - System Configuration - Knowledge Management - Global Services - Scheduler tasks ), but when I am on server1 I do not see my SchedulerTask under this path :o(((

      And I do not understand why this task was not sinchronized between servers0 & 1 authomaticaly...

      Regards

      Ivan

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