How to check the status of the BlueStripe Collector on Solaris

If the BlueStripe Collector service unexpectedly terminates, it will automatically attempt to restart itself. If too many restarts occur in a short period, the operating system may prevent the service from restarting.

Use the following commands to check the status of the Collector on Solaris and restart if needed.

Solaris 10

Check the status of the Collector
svcs -l bluestripe-collectorsvc

fmri svc:/system/bluestripe-collector:default
name BlueStripe Collector
enabled true
state online
next_state none
state_time August 1, 2014 12:26:17 PM EDT
logfile /var/svc/log/system-bluestripe-collector:default.log
restarter svc:/system/svc/restarter:default
contract_id 162143
dependency require_all/none file://localhost/etc/bluestripe-collector/ (online)
dependency require_all/none svc:/system/filesystem/local (online)
dependency require_all/none svc:/network/service (online)
dependency require_all/none svc:/milestone/name-services (online)

If state is online
Collector is up and running.

If state is disabled
Enable the Collector
svcadm enable bluestripe-collector

If state is maintenance
1. Clear maintenance mode
svcadm clear bluestripe-collector

2. Start the collector
svcadm start bluestripe-collector

Starting and Stopping the Collector

svcadm disable bluestripe-collector

svcadm start bluestripe-collector

Solaris 8 and 9

Check the status of the Collector

/etc/init.d/bluestripe-collector status


/etc/init.d/bluestripe-collector restart


/etc/init.d/bluestripe-collector stop

/etc/init.d/bluestripe-collector start

Article ID: 3134880 - Last Review: 11 Jan 2016 - Revision: 1