AD Bridge Enterprise Services and Status
The AD Bridge Enterprise Service Manager lets you troubleshoot all the AD Bridge Enterprise services from a single command-line utility. You can, for example, check the status of the services and start or stop them. The service manager is the preferred method for restarting a service because it automatically identifies a service's dependencies and restarts them in the right order.
To list the status of the services, run the following command with superuser privileges at the command line:
Here is an example:
[root@cent64b62 ~]# /opt/pbis/bin/lwsm list lwreg running (container: 4241) dcerpc stopped eventfwd running (container: 4436) eventlog running (container: 4300) gpagent running (container: 4351) lsass running (container: 4335) lwio running (container: 4319) lwpkcs11 stopped lwsc stopped netlogon running (container: 4310) rdr running (io: 4319) reapsysl running (container: 4400) usermonitor running (container: 4447)
To restart the lsass service, run the following command with superuser privileges:
/opt/pbis/bin/lwsm restart lsass
To view all the service manager's commands and arguments, execute the following command: