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Michael Leone
Startup policy of Networker services on Windows?
January 29, 2018 06:59AM
So I had an almost major RAID error on Friday (meaning: we had a failed
drive in the RAID-5 array that houses our index and history, and my tech
inadvertently removed one of the *good* drives instead of the failed
drive. Meaning, of course, that the array went half ephemeral, since parts
of it just disappeared. Only half, because he quickly corrected his
mistake, and Dell support was able to fix it - they re-imported the good
drive back into the array, and then rebuilt the new drive, and it all Just
Worked. Thank goodness for that PERC 710 RAID controller, and a huge pile
of luck ...).

Moral: when I tell you to remove the HD with the blinking light, do NOT
remove the one next to it ..

<SIGH>

Anyway, I was able to gracefully stop the Networker services, and set them
to MANUAL startup, before rebooting into the BIOS so that Dell could fix
it. I did that because I didn't know if the fix would work, and I didn't
want the services to try and start, if the array was still corrupted. So
afterwards I manually restarted the services, and my NW is running fine.
But what I forget to check was the startup policy of the services. I'm
*pretty* sure 1 of the 4 was on "DELAYED", and the others AUTOMATIC.

Can anyone who runs NW on Windows help me out? Tell me which services have
which startup policy?

Thanks

--
Michael Leone
Network Administrator, ISM
Philadelphia Housing Authority
1800 South 32nd Street
Phila, PA 19145
Tel: 215-684-4180
Cell: 215-252-0143
<mailto:michael.leone@pha.phila.gov>




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Michael Leone
Re: Startup policy of Networker services on Windows?
January 29, 2018 09:59AM
Thanks! I don't actually have a Snapshot Management Service, nor a Message
Queue Adapter.

I set my Networker Power Snap and Networker Power Monitor to AUTOMATIC.

I thought that REMOTE EXEC SERVICE should be AUTOMATIC (DELAYED).

Thanks again!

--
Michael Leone
Network Administrator, ISM
Philadelphia Housing Authority
1800 South 32nd Street
Phila, PA 19145
Tel: 215-684-4180
Cell: 215-252-0143
<mailto:michael.leone@pha.phila.gov>




"Rovin D'Souza" <rovin.abishek.dsouza@gmail.com> wrote on 01/29/2018
10:43:31 AM:

> From: "Rovin D'Souza" <rovin.abishek.dsouza@gmail.com>
> To: "EMC Data Protection Q & A" <EMC-DATAPROTECTION-
> L@listserv.temple.edu>, Michael Leone <Michael.Leone@pha.phila.gov>
> Date: 01/29/2018 10:43 AM
> Subject: Re: [EMC-DataProtection-L] Startup policy of Networker
> services on Windows?
>
> Here you go.
>
> Regards,
> Rovin D'Souza
>
> On Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 8:06 PM, Michael Leone
<Michael.Leone@pha.phila.gov
> > wrote:
> So I had an almost major RAID error on Friday (meaning: we had a
> failed drive in the RAID-5 array that houses our index and history,
> and my tech inadvertently removed one of the *good* drives instead
> of the failed drive. Meaning, of course, that the array went half
> ephemeral, since parts of it just disappeared. Only half, because he
> quickly corrected his mistake, and Dell support was able to fix it -
> they re-imported the good drive back into the array, and then
> rebuilt the new drive, and it all Just Worked. Thank goodness for
> that PERC 710 RAID controller, and a huge pile of luck ...).
>
> Moral: when I tell you to remove the HD with the blinking light, do
> NOT remove the one next to it ..
>
> <SIGH>
>
> Anyway, I was able to gracefully stop the Networker services, and
> set them to MANUAL startup, before rebooting into the BIOS so that
> Dell could fix it. I did that because I didn't know if the fix would
> work, and I didn't want the services to try and start, if the array
> was still corrupted. So afterwards I manually restarted the
> services, and my NW is running fine. But what I forget to check was
> the startup policy of the services. I'm *pretty* sure 1 of the 4 was
> on "DELAYED", and the others AUTOMATIC.
>
> Can anyone who runs NW on Windows help me out? Tell me which
> services have which startup policy?
>
> Thanks
>
> --
> Michael Leone
> Network Administrator, ISM
> Philadelphia Housing Authority
> 1800 South 32nd Street
> Phila, PA 19145
> Tel: 215-684-4180
> Cell: 215-252-0143
> <mailto:michael.leone@pha.phila.gov>
>

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Rovin D'Souza
Re: Startup policy of Networker services on Windows?
January 29, 2018 11:59PM
Glad I could help.

Regards,
Rovin D'Souza

On Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 11:22 PM, Michael Leone <Michael.Leone@pha.phila.gov
> wrote:

> Thanks! I don't actually have a Snapshot Management Service, nor a Message
> Queue Adapter.
>
> I set my Networker Power Snap and Networker Power Monitor to AUTOMATIC.
>
> I thought that REMOTE EXEC SERVICE should be AUTOMATIC (DELAYED).
>
> Thanks again!
>
> --
> Michael Leone
> Network Administrator, ISM
> Philadelphia Housing Authority
> 1800 South 32nd Street
> https://maps.google.com/?q=1800+South+32nd+Street+%0D+Phila,+PA+19145&entry=gmail&source=g
> Phila, PA 19145
> Tel: 215-684-4180
> Cell: 215-252-0143
> <mailto:michael.leone@pha.phila.gov <michael.leone@pha.phila.gov>>
>
>
>
>
> "Rovin D'Souza" <rovin.abishek.dsouza@gmail.com> wrote on 01/29/2018
> 10:43:31 AM:
>
> > From: "Rovin D'Souza" <rovin.abishek.dsouza@gmail.com>
> > To: "EMC Data Protection Q & A" <EMC-DATAPROTECTION-
> > L@listserv.temple.edu>, Michael Leone <Michael.Leone@pha.phila.gov>
> > Date: 01/29/2018 10:43 AM
> > Subject: Re: [EMC-DataProtection-L] Startup policy of Networker
> > services on Windows?
> >
> > Here you go.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Rovin D'Souza
> >
> > On Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 8:06 PM, Michael Leone <
> Michael.Leone@pha.phila.gov
> > > wrote:
> > So I had an almost major RAID error on Friday (meaning: we had a
> > failed drive in the RAID-5 array that houses our index and history,
> > and my tech inadvertently removed one of the *good* drives instead
> > of the failed drive. Meaning, of course, that the array went half
> > ephemeral, since parts of it just disappeared. Only half, because he
> > quickly corrected his mistake, and Dell support was able to fix it -
> > they re-imported the good drive back into the array, and then
> > rebuilt the new drive, and it all Just Worked. Thank goodness for
> > that PERC 710 RAID controller, and a huge pile of luck ...).
> >
> > Moral: when I tell you to remove the HD with the blinking light, do
> > NOT remove the one next to it ..
> >
> > <SIGH>
> >
> > Anyway, I was able to gracefully stop the Networker services, and
> > set them to MANUAL startup, before rebooting into the BIOS so that
> > Dell could fix it. I did that because I didn't know if the fix would
> > work, and I didn't want the services to try and start, if the array
> > was still corrupted. So afterwards I manually restarted the
> > services, and my NW is running fine. But what I forget to check was
> > the startup policy of the services. I'm *pretty* sure 1 of the 4 was
> > on "DELAYED", and the others AUTOMATIC.
> >
> > Can anyone who runs NW on Windows help me out? Tell me which
> > services have which startup policy?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > --
> > Michael Leone
> > Network Administrator, ISM
> > Philadelphia Housing Authority
> > 1800 South 32nd Street
> https://maps.google.com/?q=1800+South+32nd+Street+%0D+%3E+Phila,+PA+19145&entry=gmail&source=g
> > Phila, PA 19145
> https://maps.google.com/?q=1800+South+32nd+Street+%0D+%3E+Phila,+PA+19145&entry=gmail&source=g
> > Tel: 215-684-4180
> > Cell: 215-252-0143
> > <mailto:michael.leone@pha.phila.gov <michael.leone@pha.phila.gov>>
> >
>
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> > dataprotection-l@listserv.temple.edu
> > [attachment "Screenshot_6.jpg" deleted by Michael Leone/ISM/PHA]
>
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