Job server is the central process of JAZ software.
The server performs checking calendars and schedules.
Based on that information, it start JobNets, execute the whole JobNet by executing each icon according to flow.
It receives agent sent data about job execution results. It also process external program requests such as for
You can also run an agentless job which is handled directly by Job Server.
It check Zabbix for hosts, user information, etc during a job execution or as necessary.
Job server runs as a daemon process. The server can be started by executing:
You can use the following command line parameters with Job server :
-c --config <file> Absolute path to the configuration file -h --help Give this help -V --version Display version number
Examples of command line parameters:
shell>/usr/sbin/jobarg_server -c etc/jobarranger/jobarg_server.conf shell>/usr/sbin/jobarg_server -h shell>/usr/sbin/jobarg_server -V
Same as Zabbix server, Job server is designed to run as a non-root user.
However, if you want to run the process as root user then you have to change config
Rather than running the processes with root user, it is recommended to use a
See the configuration file options for details on configuring Job Server.
The scripts are used to automatically start/stop Job Server processes during system’s start-up/shutdown. The scripts are located under default directory for each platforms if you have installed from packages.
Redhat 5.x or later
CentOS 5.x or later
**JAZ Version 3 and later (only server package) has no longer support for Redhat/CentOS 5.x **
See the Installation section.