our system is a SAP NW PI 7.11 on Oracle 10.2.0.4 in a Vmware vm. It is a standard system (all instances on the same host).
I would like to stop / start the sap system via batch script.
I found an example how to set up the batch scripts here: /thread/322983 [original link is broken]
However, in my NW 7.11 system, there is no more saposcol service listed in the services. Can I therefore leave out the step of starting / stopping this service or do I have to stop / start another service instead?
Furthermore, when watching the system state with the SAP MMC (Browser-based, not MS MMC -> host:port/5<instancenr>13), the database node is still green after stoppin the oracle services. Is it because of a automatic restart mechanism or do I have to stop the DB in another way?
So, what commands are necessary for NW 7.11 system?
- start DB services (OracleService<SID>, Oracle<SID>102TNSListener)
- start SCS instance
- start privmary application server instance
- Stop primary application server instance (OracleService<SID>, Oracle<SID>102TNSListener)
- Stop SCS instance
- Stop DB services
Backround: These scripts shall be executed automatically after os startup / before os shut down via hooking them into the vm tools on the guest OS. After guest os shut down a backup copy of the vm will be made.
Thanks & Regards