Additional Administrative Tasks
This section describes administrative tasks that are not done through the WAE UI.
Starting and Stopping Services Using the CLI
Note To manage (start, stop, enable monitoring, or run services at system boot) WAE services using the WAE UI, see Managing and Configuring Services.
To determine which services are running, enter the following command:
service --status-all | grep -i wae
The installation process automatically starts the
, and all System services (
Note To change the behavior of the
wae-web-server service upon restarting it, you can edit the
/opt/cariden/etc/sysconfig/wae-web-server.cfg file. For information, see the Cisco WAE Server Installation Guide.
You can start, restart, and obtain the status of all Automation and WAE services using the following formats, respectively.
service <service_name> start
service <service_name> restart
service <service_name> status
You can start, stop, and restart Automation and WAE services from the Statistics > Processes page, as well as enable or disable the monitoring of them. The one exception is
, which can only be stopped or restarted from the CLI.
You cannot shut down a System service since these are required for the Statistics UI to properly function.
Changing Encrypted Passwords
You can update the associated configuration files for the following encrypted passwords:
Northbound RESTful API user password
Cisco Network Service Orchestrator (NSO) Network Configuration (NetConf) API access
Internal system password
SSH password for the upload of plan files to the target host
Step 1 Enter the following command:
wae-automation-deploy -update passwords
Step 2 When prompted, enter the following information:
WAE user name—This should be the same username that was designated during software installation on the primary (local) server.
Planning host—IP address of the primary (local) server.
Automation host—IP address of the secondary server.
Root user (cariden is the default root user) password for the primary server
Step 3 When prompted for each encrypted password, do one of the following:
To change the password, enter a new password and press the Return key.
To make no changes and keep the existing password, leave prompt blank and press the Return key.
Viewing Temporary Files
Temporary files can be found in the following directories:
If $WAE_ROOT is set as a directory:
For example, /opt/cariden/data/wae-ni/tmp
If $WAE_ROOT is not set, and $TMPDIR is set:
For example, /opt/tmpdir/wae-ni/tmp/
If $WAE_ROOT and $TMPDIR are not set:
For example, /tmp/wae-ni/tmp/
Limiting Application Server Access to Specific IP Addresses
Step 1 Stop the Tomcat application server.
Step 2 Edit the $CARIDEN_HOME/lib/web/apache-tomcat/conf/server.xml file by adding the following line:
<Valve className="org.apache.catalina.valves.RemoteAddrValve" allow="127.0.0.1, [tomcat_IP],[approved_IP_addresses]"/>
is the list of IP addresses that can access the application server and
is the Tomcat IP address of the listening interface.
Step 3 Start the Tomcat application server. Only the clients from the approved IP address list can access the application.