OS Scheduler in SAS Management Console (SMC)

Defining an operating system scheduling server in the metadata repository

  1. In SAS Management Console, right-click Server Manager and select New Server. Fill out the next windows of the wizard with this information:
    a. Scheduling Servers: Operating System Services
    b. Scheduling server name: OS Scheduling Server
    c. SubType: Windows
    d. Control Directory: eg. C:\SAS\Config\Lev1\SchedulingServer
    e. Command: eg. C:\SAS\Config\Lev1\SchedulingServer\SchedulingServer.bat
    f. Object Server Parameters: applevel=2
    g. Authentication Domain: DefaultAuth
    h. Host Name field: <Server>
    i. Port number: 8451
    j. Select Finish when you have entered all the necessary information.

Associating the operating system scheduling server with a spawner definition

  1. In SAS Management Console, right-click the object spawner defined in Server Manager and select Properties.
  2. In the Spawner Properties dialog box, select the Servers tab.
  3. From the Available Servers list, select the operating system scheduling server and move it to the Selected Servers list.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Restart the services for the object spawner eg through services.msc on the OS.

It might also be nessessary to allow inbound connections in OS firewall on port 8451 (this port might be different on your SAS-system).

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