Verifying a peer or embedded RSSO installation

To verify that the installation of a peer was successful, you can verify that the services are running and launch Grid Manager.

To verify that the embedded Remedy Single Sign-On (RSSO) installation was successful, verify that the associated component services are running and launch RSSO. Embedded RSSO can be installed with the repository, CDP, or HA-CDP, so you can verify that those services are running.

To verify that the services or processes are running

  1. Locate the following services or processes for 
    • Windows BMC Atrium Orchestrator Repository 
    • BMC Atrium Orchestrator Configuration Distribution Peer 
    • BMC Atrium Orchestrator Lightweight Activity Peer 
    • BMC Atrium Orchestrator Activity Peer
    • BMC Atrium Orchestrator Dashboard Server
  2. If the service or process is not running, use one of the following methods to start it:
    • On a Microsoft Windows peer, in the Services panel, right-click the applicable service, and select Start:
    • On a Linux and Solaris peer, in the console, type the following command, in which AO_HOME represents the peer installation directory: 
      AO_HOME/bin/server.sh start

To verify that embedded Remedy Single Sign-On (RSSO) starts

You can verfiy that the embedded RSSO starts for each instance installed (with the repository, CDP, or HA-CDP).

  1. In a web browser, launch RSSO using the the following format to type the URL: https://fullyQualifiedDomainName:webServerPort/rsso
    • fullyQualifiedDomainName is the host name appended with the domain name used to install RSSO.
    • webServerPort is the port number entered during installation.

      Example

      If you entered the host name as vw-bos-qa123.abc.com and port 7680 during installation, you would type the following URL to launch RSSO: https://vw-bos-qa123.abc.com:7680/rsso.

      The RSSO logon screen appears.

  2. Log on using the RSSO credentials (see Installing the repository for default login credentials for Remedy Single Sign-On).

To verify that Grid Manager starts

  1. In a web browser, launch Grid Manager using the the following format to type the URL: https://fullyQualifiedDomainName:webServerPort/baocdp
    • fullyQualifiedDomainName is the host name appended with the domain name used to install the CDP.
    • webServerPort is the port number entered during installation.

      Example

      If you entered the host name as vw-bos-qa123.abc.com and port 7680 during installation, you would type the following URL to launch Grid Manager: https://vw-bos-qa123.abc.com:7680/baocdp.

  2. Log on to Grid Manager using the BAO login credentials (see Installing the repository for default login credentials).
    The Status tab shows the grid that you set up when you installed the CDP.

Related topics

Installing

Installing the repository

Installing a CDP

Managing grids

Verifying the repository installation

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