Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 17:24:27 +0100
Reply-To: Francesco <francesco@NOSPAMONETEL.NET.UK>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Francesco <francesco@NOSPAMONETEL.NET.UK>
Subject: SAS IntrNet Load Manager as a Windows service
I have a Win NT box which acts both as web server and processing
server. On this I have set up two environments (Test and Prod)
and their correspoding Pool Services, again called Test and Prod.
I use Pool services to take adavantage of the benefits of the Load
Manager. Everything works fine, but... I installed the load manager
as a windows service on port 5001. This is used by both the test
and prod _services, which means that If I have to shut down the
Load Manager for 'Test' reasons, then the prod will stop working
too, affecting our production system.
I have managed to start 'interactively' another instance of the Load
Manager on port 5002 and this works fine, test _service is
configured to work on port 5002 and prod on port 5001.
What I'd like to do, though, is to start the new Load manager as
a service, just like the one on 5001. How do I do this? The shortcut
to start the service is :
C:\WINNT\System32\net.exe start "SAS IntrNet Load Manager"
which does not specify the port itself, how can I specify the port
when invoking net.exe? Can I have two instances of the Load
Manager running both as Win NT services?
Thanks in advance for your help,