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During the installation of BMC Release Process Management (RPM), the RPM server and the PostgreSQL database server (if installed) are registered as system services, provided that you installed RPM with administrator or root privileges. When installing BMC Release Lifecycle Management Requester UI (now called Release Process Management - Requester UI, 5.0.03.001 onward), the Apache server is registered as system service by default. You can start or stop these services at any time.

If you installed RPM or RLM Requester UI (now called RPM Requester UI, 5.0.03.001 onward) without administrator or root privileges, you can use scripts to start or stop the RPM, PostgreSQL database, and Apache servers.

Starting or stopping registered product services

The following services are registered during the installation of RPM and RLM Requester UI (now called RPM Requester UI, 5.0.03.001 onward), provided that you installed the product with administrator or root privileges:

  • BMC Release Process Management
  • BMC Release Lifecycle Management Requester UI
  • PostgreSQL

On Windows, you can start and stop the following services through the Services management console (services.msc).

On Linux or UNIX, use the following commands to start or stop the product services:

ServiceStartingStopping
BMC Release Process Management

For 5.0.00 and 5.0.00.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrpm-5.0.00 start

For 5.0.00 and 5.0.00.01:
/etc/init.d/ bmcrpm-5.0.00 stop

For 5.0.01.00 and 5.0.01.01 
/etc/init.d/bmcrpm-5.0.01.00 start

For 5.0.01.00 and 5.0.01.01:
/etc/init.d/ bmcrpm-5.0.01.00 stop

For 5.0.02 and later: 

/etc/init.d/bmcrpm-<versionNo> start

For example:

/etc/init.d/bmcrpm-5.0.03.004 start

For 5.0.02 and later:

/etc/init.d/bmcrpm-<versionNo> stop

For example:

/etc/init.d/bmcrpm-5.0.03.004 stop
BMC Release Lifecycle Management Requester UI

For 5.0.00 and 5.0.00.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-5.0.00 start

For 5.0.00 and 5.0.00.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-5.0.00 stop

For 5.0.01.00 and 5.0.01.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-5.0.01.00 start

For 5.0.01.00 and 5.0.01.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-5.0.01.00 stop

For 5.0.02 and later:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-<versioNo> start

For example:

/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-5.0.03.004 start

For 5.0.02 and later:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-<versionNo> stop

For example:

/etc/init.d/bmcrlmui-apache-5.0.03.004 stop
PostgreSQL

For 5.0.00 and 5.0.00.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-5.0.00 start

For 5.0.00 and 5.0.00.01:
/etc/init.d/ bmcrlmpostgresql-5.0.00 stop

For 5.0.01.00 and 5.0.01.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-5.0.01.00 start

For 5.0.01.00 and 5.0.01.01:
/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-5.0.01.00 stop

For 5.0.02 and later:

/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-<versionNo> start

For example:

/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-5.0.03.004 start

For 5.0.02 and later:

/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-<versionNo> stop

For example:

/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-5.0.03.004 stop

Note

If you upgraded RPM to version 5.0.01.00, the service names for RPM and PostgreSQL are not updated to the new version. For example, if you upgraded from RPM version 4.8, use the following commands for managing services for version 5.0.01.00:

ServiceStartingStopping
BMC Release Process Management/etc/init.d/bmcrpm-4.8.00 start/etc/init.d/ bmcrpm-4.8.00 stop
PostgreSQL/etc/init.d/bmcrlmpostgresql-4.8.00 start/etc/init.d/ bmcrlmpostgresql-4.8.00 stop

Starting or stopping product services using scripts

If you installed RPM without administrator or root privileges, you can start and stop product services using special scripts, as described in the following table:

Task

Scripts

Windows

Start or stop the PostgreSQL database (if installed)

To start: RLMhome\bin\startdb.bat
To stop: RLMhome\bin\stopdb.bat

Start or stop the RPM server

To start: RLMhome\bin\start.bat
To stop: RLMhome\bin\stop.bat

Start or stop the BMC ReleaseLifecycle Management Requester UI (Apache) serverTo start: RLMUIhome\bin\start.bat
To stop: RLMUIhome\bin\stop.bat

Linux

Start or stop the PostgreSQL database (if installed)

To start: RLMhome/bin/postgresnonroot.sh start
To stop: RLMhome/bin/postgresnonroot.sh stop

Start or stop the RPM server

To start: RLMhome/bin/start.sh
To stop: RLMhome/bin/stop.sh

Start or stop the BMC Release Lifecycle Management Requester UI (Apache) serverTo start: RLMUIhome/bin/bmcrlui-apache start
To stop: RLMUIhome/bin/bmcrlui-apache stop
Solaris
Start or stop the PostgreSQL database (if installed)

To start: RLMhome/bin/brpmpostgresnonroot start
To stop: RLMhome/bin/brpmpostgresnonroot stop

Start or stop the RPM server

To start: RLMhome/bin/start.sh
To stop: RLMhome/bin/stop.sh

Start or stop the BMC Release Lifecycle Management Requester UI (Apache) server

Note: RLM Requester UI (now called RPM Requester UI, 5.0.03.001 onward) is not supported for Solaris.

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