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Erroneously stopping single ICM service on server

Hi, If any engineer erroneously stops the single service (e.g. pgagent service on PG), then how to restart that service? Do I need to stop/start only the ICM service associated OR do I need to restart all the ICM services on that server? Do I need to restart the services on other servers also?

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Re: Erroneously stopping single ICM service on server

If you stop one service, just restart if and you should be fine. Personally, I prefer to have all active services on one side, but that's just a personal preference.

david

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Re: Erroneously stopping single ICM service on server

ICM services are automatically restarted by ICM node manager which in turn is itself automatically restarted by the node manager maanger.

If you stop pgag by going to services, you may restart it without any problem but I don't believe you have to.

If you 'X' out a pgag process for example to kill it, you will see it starts again as well.

Cisco Employee

Re: Erroneously stopping single ICM service on server

Anjali's reply is indeed right provided that you did not set the service to a manual start or changed the process startup registry key to manual instead of automatic.

Regards,

Riccardo

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