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The JobScheduler ID is a unique identifier for an instance of JobScheduler within a network. The JobScheduler ID is specified during set-up of JobScheduler.

If it were neccessary to modify the JobScheduler ID later on then there are two options:

Update JobScheduler configuration

Windows

  • Stop the JobScheduler service
  • Open a shell
  • Navigate to $SCHEDULER_HOME/bin
  • Execute: jobscheduler.cmd remove
  • For JobScheduler releases up to 1.10: Open $SCHEDULER_DATA/config/web.xml and modify the elements <param-value> for the servlet
  • For JobScheduler releases starting from 1.11: Use the action menu for the JobScheduler instance with the JOC Cockpit dashboard view and perform the operation "remove from inventory"
  • Open $SCHEDULER_HOME/bin/jobscheduler_environment_variables.cmd and modify SCHEDULER_HOMESCHEDULER_DATASCHEDULER_ID
  • Rename the folders $SCHEDULER_DATA and $SCHEDULER_HOME
  • Open a shell
  • Navigate to $SCHEDULER_HOME//bin
  • Execute: jobscheduler.cmd install

Unix

  • Stop the JobScheduler daemon
  • For JobScheduler releases up to 1.10: Open $SCHEDULER_DATA/config/web.xml and modify the elements <param-value> of servlet JOC
  • For JobScheduler releases starting from 1.11: Use the action menu for the JobScheduler instance with the JOC Cockpit dashboard view and perform the operation "remove from inventory"
  • Open $SCHEDULER_HOME/bin/jobscheduler_environment_variables.sh and modify SCHEDULER_HOMESCHEDULER_DATASCHEDULER_ID
  • Rename the folders $SCHEDULER_DATA and $SCHEDULER_HOME
  • Open a shell
  • Navigate to $SCHEDULER_HOME/bin
  • Start the JobScheduler daemon

Re-install JobScheduler

  • Copy $SCHEDULER_DATA/config live to a temporary folder
  • Uninstall JobScheduler
  • Install JobScheduler with another scheduler_id. Do not use the hash sign (#) but underscore (_) or dot (.) in scheduler_id.
  • Copy the $SCHEDULER_DATA/config/live folder from the temporary folder to the new installation.