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Tools for the C Shell

These are the scripts for the C shell.

Additional Tools for Stopping the Siebel Analytics Server

When starting the Siebel Analytics Server, the process utilizes additional processes and resources that may fail to stop cleanly when the Siebel Analytics Server is shut down.

When you first set up the environment, you must source or sa.csh.

If you are using telnet after setting up DISPLAY, use the utility mwcleanup for one of the following reasons:

You may also want to check IPC resources using the command ipcs, and use the command ipcrm to remove the shared memory being used by the user ID running Siebel Analytics Server.

NOTE:  Siebel Analytics Server processes are dependent on the process to run for a short time and call the mwrpcss process at Siebel Analytics Server startup.

A Note on Executable Files

The $INSTALLDIR\SiebelAnalytics\Bin folder contains all of the executable files invoked by Siebel Analytics Server components, as well as some utilities that are described in Siebel Analytics Server Administration Guide. It also contains some command-line utilities, listed below, that are provided for debugging purposes. For example, nQcmd.exe can be used for automated regression testing, nQUDMLGen.exe can generate UDML text from a repository, and nQUDMLExec.exe can generate a repository from UDML text and remove inconsistent or faulty UDML in the process.

CAUTION:  Use the utilities listed below with caution. Some can create damage if not used properly. For example, nQUDMLGen.exe may completely decompile and recompile the Analytics repository. The repository may be rendered unstable, unusable, or inconsistent. It is recommended that you contact Siebel Technical Support before using any of these utilities.














 Siebel Analytics Installation and Configuration Guide, Version 7.5, Rev. C 
 Published: 18 April 2003