I had been puzzling over why some SAS® Viya™ services were not starting on a machine reboot. Initially I thought the answer appeared in the SAS Viya 3.2 Administration documentation set: see the General Servers and Services: Troubleshooting section.
I found that all the expected services started after:
[root@hostname ~]# /etc/init.d/sas-viya-all-services stop [root@hostname ~]# rm -f /opt/sas/viya/config/data/consul/checks/* [root@hostname ~]# /etc/init.d/sas-viya-all-services start [root@hostname ~]# /etc/init.d/sas-viya-all-services status
However, on further investigation it turned out that it probably wasn’t a problem with those consul/checks files. After another reboot I found that, once again, only a subset of the services had started. Using systemctl to check the status I found the following: Continue reading “Nudging SAS Viya Services Timeout”