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Synergy 7.2 scripts


These scripts can be used to backup, start and stop a Synergy instance. Be aware that most of them need some customisation to adapt the path variables located at the beginning of the script. The script should be quite easy to adapt for other versions of Synergy. If you have trouble using or customising them, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Backup

This script backs up a single Synergy database, and optionnaly executes a ccm fs_check and/or a ccmdb check. The fs_check command opens a session on the database, so the ccm_root account should be able to start a session without a password (see ccm set_password command).

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GNU/Linux start/stop script for RDS 5.1.1.2

This script starts and stops the Rational Directory Server as user ccm_root as documented in the IBM documentation. It is meant to be executed as root and automatically sets the right user (ccm_root) to execute commands. If the instance is not configured to be run as ccm_root the script needs to be modified or privileges issues will appear. It can be used as an init script (i.e. in the /etc/init.d/ hierarchy).

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GNU/Linux Start/stop script for RLKS 8.1.2

This script starts and stops the Rational License Key Server. It is meant to be executed as root and automatically sets the right user (ccm_root) to execute commands. As such it can be used as an init script (i.e. in the /etc/init.d/ hierarchy). The scripts also provides facilities to manage the RLKS (lmdiag, lmstat, etc.). Please note that this script is adapted from the script provided during the RLKS install.

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GNU/Linux Start/stop script for Synergy 7.x / Change 5.x

This script starts and stops all daemons related to Synergy and Change, including the Informix database. It is meant to be executed as root and automatically sets the right user (ccm_root) to execute commands. As such it can be used as an init script (i.e. in the /etc/init.d/ hierarchy).

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