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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-10-02T17:06:13Z by jcdelmo
BenoitEbner
BenoitEbner
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Pinned topic Stop RAA with DMHscan.exe running

‏2013-09-29T09:16:36Z |

Hello,

DMHscan.exe is running after a start postprocessor to correct the errors following a loading

but during this time (a long time, since 2 days) RAA access via internet explorer is impossible

We don't control where is the process via analysis queue ?

what can do ?

I hope that when somebody can answer my message the problem will be solved but….

 

thanks

 

  • TonyLlopis
    TonyLlopis
    59 Posts

    Re: Stop RAA with DMHscan.exe running

    ‏2013-10-01T12:23:58Z  

    The dmhscan is a long running process.   It will be up as long as RAA is up.    Under normal circumstances, the RAA server will start and stop the SCAN REST server whenever it is started or stopped. It does this by invoking dmhscan.bat. If the RAA sever is not running for some reason, an RAA user may manually start it by executing this batch file.

    Specifying shutdown or kill as arguments to the dmhscan.bat file will invoke the SCAN REST server admin function to shut it down in an orderly manner or terminate it, respectively.

     

     

     

  • jcdelmo
    jcdelmo
    345 Posts

    Re: Stop RAA with DMHscan.exe running

    ‏2013-10-02T17:06:13Z  

    The dmhscan is a long running process.   It will be up as long as RAA is up.    Under normal circumstances, the RAA server will start and stop the SCAN REST server whenever it is started or stopped. It does this by invoking dmhscan.bat. If the RAA sever is not running for some reason, an RAA user may manually start it by executing this batch file.

    Specifying shutdown or kill as arguments to the dmhscan.bat file will invoke the SCAN REST server admin function to shut it down in an orderly manner or terminate it, respectively.

     

     

     

    In addition the SCAN REST server has a browser interface (at  http:<localhost>:8088, by default) that may be used to monitor, shutdown and/or kill the scanner task.

    There is also an SCAN REST admin server interface (at port 8089, by default) which may be used to kill or shutdown the SCAN REST server if port 8088 is non-responsive