Start/Stop of the server

If installation has been done with the pip command then the server can be controled with the following command ./extensiveautomation. This command enables to

  • start or stop the server
  • check the status
  • display the version

Use the following command to start the server ./extensiveautomation --start.

# ./extensiveautomation --start

Use the following command to stop the server ./extensiveautomation --stop.

# ./extensiveautomation --stop


More details in logs about the start or stop procedure.
# tailf [....]/var/logs/output.log
2014-12-06 11:00:54,092 - INFO - Extensive Automation successfully started (in 14 sec.)
2014-12-06 10:58:51,810 - INFO - Stopping server
2014-12-06 10:58:51,911 - INFO - Extensive Automation successfully stopped!

Server status’s

./extensiveautomation --status enable to check the status of the server, 3 states exists:
  • starting: the server is starting
  • running: the server is running properly
  • stopped: the server is stopped


Don’t forget to check the status of your reverse proxy.

Server settings

The file settings.ini contains all parameters to configure the server. Parameters are separated in several sections:

  • Boot
  • Notifications
  • Client_Channel
  • Agent_Channel
  • WebServices
  • TaskManager
  • Network
  • Paths
  • Bin
  • Server
  • Bind
  • Misc
  • Database
  • Trace
  • Supervision
  • Users_Session