5 Replies Latest reply on Jun 11, 2013 3:26 PM by Siddu angadi

    Can you explain the options in a job

      can you explain the options for a job

       

      options valides only for Windows

       

       

       

      ignorer la présence ....??

       

       

      copier les fichiers vérouillés ??

       

       

       

      enregistrer les composants COM

       

      phase de validation?

       

       

      phase annulation?

       

       

      annuler l'enregistrement de composants COM lors de leur suppression

       

      phase de validation?

       

      phase annulation?

       

      can you explain COM?

       

      where is the documentation?

       

      thank for your help

       

      i'm sorry, i don't speak English very well

       

       

       

       

       


       




       

       

       

        • 2. Re: Can you explain the options in a job

          Hi,

           

          i'm sorry but i cannot consult your documentations

           

          he asked my userid (denjoh44) and password but I rejected

           

          can you send me the documentations

           

          thanks

          • 3. Re: Can you explain the options in a job
            Aryan Anantwar

            Hi,

            To Access these documents, Don't use your community login.

            You have to use your support login ID for this.

             

             

            Regards,

            Aryan Anantwar


            • 4. Re: Can you explain the options in a job
              Siddu angadi

              Specifying job options

              Job options let you customize the behavior of a Deploy Job.

              To specify job options

              1. To set the logging level for the job, select one of the following options from Logging Level:
                • Errors only — Only errors are displayed and output to a log.
                • Errors and warnings — Errors and warnings are displayed and output to a log.
                • All information — All messages, including errors and warnings, are displayed and output to a log.
              2. If you are defining an advanced BLPackage Deploy Job, take the following steps:
                1. Under Flow Control, select one of the following options:
                  • By server — The job proceeds as far as it can for each server. When one server fails, the job continues on other servers. When the job completes a phase on one server, the job continues to the next phase on that server. This option is useful when you want the job to complete on as many servers as possible. A failure on one server does not impede the job on other servers.
                  • By phase — The job completes a phase on all servers before it proceeds to the next phase. This option is useful when you want a deployment to be completely successful, such as when you are updating a web application.
                2. If you selected By phase in the previous step, you can optionally check All hosts must pass commit, which instructs the job to undo the Commit phase to all targets if any targets do not successfully complete the Commit phase.
                  If you check this option and a job fails, the system undoes the staging phase of the Deploy Job.
                3. Check Reset job on failure to allow this job to be run again even though the job failed at least one phase on at least one server.
                  Checking this option places failed jobs into a Reset state. Unless you check this option, a job cannot be run again until it completes successfully.
              3. Under Parallel Job Options, do any of the following:
                • Select Enable single-job mode if this Deploy Job should not run in parallel on a target with any other Deploy Jobs.
                  A job in single-job mode can only run when the target server is not currently processing other Deploy Jobs. If another Deploy Job is running, this Deploy Job waits until the other job is complete. While this job is being processed on a target server, no other Deploy Job can run.
                  If you are deploying a package that includes an item that requires single-user mode or a reboot, the job must be processed in single-job mode. In this situation, the Enable single-job mode option is automatically checked and you cannot clear it.
                  Warning
                  If you choose to run Deploy Jobs in parallel on Windows systems, be aware that many Windows installations change system files common to multiple applications. For example, Windows installations often change COM+, metabase, and security settings. Running multiple Windows installations simultaneously can change system files almost simultaneously and leave an operating system in an unstable state.
                  Note
                  • When deploying a software package that includes an object that requires an out-of-band reboot, you must define that object within a BLPackage as requiring an out-of-band reboot (see Setting a reboot for an object). This automatically selects the Enable single-job mode option in this step. It also ensures that rollback information is created for that object, assuming rollback is enabled.
                  • If you have not defined item-level reboots in the BLPackage and you are deploying a package to a Windows server that should reboot automatically if a reboot is required, you must set the Deploy Job to run in single-job mode. Also, the Deploy Job must be defined to either reboot at the end of the job or to use item-defined reboots. (See step 6 below for information about defining reboots.)
                • Select Fail job if waiting in Agent deploy queue... and then enter a maximum wait in minutes in the field at right.
                  Agents queue Deploy Jobs that are waiting to process. If this Deploy Job does not run before the specified period of time has elapsed, the job fails. If you do not check this option or you do check this option and enter a 0 as a maximum wait time, the job waits to run indefinitely.
              4. If the Deploy Job fails when the Application Server loses contact with a target server, check Fail job if any Agent connection loss exceeds... (This option appears under Agent Connection Timeout.) Then, in the field to the right, enter a maximum period of time in minutes that the job can wait to regain contact with the agent before the job fails. If you do not check this option or you do check this option and enter a 0 as a maximum wait time, the job waits to run indefinitely.
                Note
                When using this option, be aware of the following:
                • BMC recommends that you not use this option unless you are certain of the length of time a target server can be disconnected from the Application Server. For example, if a server is rebooting, you should know how long that process takes. If you are installing software on a server in single-user mode (an agent cannot be contacted when a server is in single-user mode), be certain of the length of time it takes the software to install.
                • Losing a network connection to a target server makes a job appear to fail even though the job may continue successfully on the target server.
                • If a network loss occurs because of a reboot/shutdown and the duration of the connection loss exceeds the time specified in this step, the job cannot continue on the target server after the reboot/shutdown. You must restart the job on that server.
                • If the duration of a connection loss exceeds the time specified in this step, logging information is not available for the target server.
              5. Under User Mode Options (UNIX Only), select one of the following from the drop-down list:
                OptionDescription
                Use item defined user mode settingWhen processing each object being deployed, this Deploy Job uses the user mode setting (single- or multi-user) defined for that object.
                Ignore item defined user mode settingPrevents a server from entering single-user mode no matter how individual objects in the package are defined.
                Use single-user mode without rebootThis Deploy Job is processed on a target server using single-user mode. The job switches into single-user mode without first rebooting or shutting down.
                Reboot into single-user modeThis Deploy Job reboots or shuts down a target server so the server enters single user mode. The job is then processed using single-user mode.
              6. Under Reboot Options, select one of the following from the drop-down list:
                OptionDescription
                Use item defined reboot settingCauses a target to reboot after an object in the BLPackage is processed if the instructions for that object call for a reboot. If the reboot setting for an object is By end of job and a reboot is not scheduled for this job, then a reboot occurs at the end of the job.
                Ignore item defined reboot settingPrevents a server from rebooting no matter how a package is defined unless the object being deployed includes an out-of-band reboot (that is, a reboot that is built into the object and is not part of the BLPackage instructions).
                Use item defined reboot setting and reboot at end of jobCauses a target to reboot after each object in the BLPackage is processed if the instructions for that object call for a reboot. In addition, at the end of the job a final reboot occurs if the last item in the job is not defined to reboot. If the last item is defined to reboot, only one final reboot occurs at the end of the job.
                Ignore item defined reboot setting and reboot at end of jobPrevents a server from rebooting during a job no matter how a package is defined unless the object being deployed includes an out-of-band reboot (that is, a reboot is built into the object and is not part of the BLPackage instructions). At the end of the job, the server reboots.
                Consolidate any "After item deployment" reboots until end of jobPrevents a server from rebooting unless the item being deployed includes an out-of-band reboot (that is, a reboot that is built into the object and is not part of the BLPackage instructions). If any job items are defined to reboot after deployment, those reboots are consolidated into one reboot at the end of the job. If no job items require a reboot, no reboot occurs at the end of job. If a deployment to Solaris target servers includes items that require a reconfiguration reboot, those reboot requests are consolidated and the reboot at the end of the job is a reconfiguration reboot.
                Note
                If a Deploy Job includes a reboot, the job must be executed in single-job mode. This prevents the reboot from interfering with other Deploy Jobs.
              • 5. Re: Can you explain the options in a job
                Siddu angadi

                Is this question answered?

                 

                Thanks

                Siddu