9.5.17. tpm start Command

The tpm start command starts configured services on the current host. This can be useful in situations where you have installed services but not configured them to be started.

shell> tpm start
.........
Getting cluster status on host1
Continuent Tungsten 4.0.8 build 116
alpha: session established
[LOGICAL] /alpha > ls

COORDINATOR[host2:AUTOMATIC:ONLINE]

ROUTERS:
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|connector@host1[13248](ONLINE, created=0, active=0)                         |
|connector@host2[15400](ONLINE, created=0, active=0)                         |
|connector@host3[28217](ONLINE, created=0, active=0)                         |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

DATASOURCES:
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|host1(master:ONLINE, progress=15, THL latency=0.105)                        |
|STATUS [OK] [2013/10/24 03:55:35 PM BST]                                    |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|  MANAGER(state=ONLINE)                                                     |
|  REPLICATOR(role=master, state=ONLINE)                                     |
|  DATASERVER(state=UNKNOWN)                                                 |
|  CONNECTIONS(created=0, active=0)                                          |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|host2(slave:ONLINE, progress=15, latency=0.120)                             |
|STATUS [OK] [2013/10/24 03:55:34 PM BST]                                    |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|  MANAGER(state=ONLINE)                                                     |
|  REPLICATOR(role=slave, master=host1, state=ONLINE)                        |
|  DATASERVER(state=UNKNOWN)                                                 |
|  CONNECTIONS(created=0, active=0)                                          |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|host3(slave:ONLINE, progress=15, latency=0.000)                             |
|STATUS [OK] [2013/10/24 03:55:34 PM BST]                                    |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|  MANAGER(state=ONLINE)                                                     |
|  REPLICATOR(role=slave, master=host1, state=ONLINE)                        |
|  DATASERVER(state=UNKNOWN)                                                 |
|  CONNECTIONS(created=0, active=0)                                          |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+


[LOGICAL] /alpha > 
Exiting...

NOTE  >> host1 >> Command successfully completed

The tpm start can also be provided with the name of a service, which will start all the processes for that service on the current host.

See also the tpm restart command, Section 4.2, “Starting and Stopping Continuent Tungsten”, and Section 4.3, “Configuring Startup on Boot”.