How do you restart TRIRIGA on WAS Liberty Profile in Windows?


We have had a few customers contact us because they could not start or stop TRIRIGA on WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Liberty Profile. We found that the way to resolve the issue was to implicitly run the batch file as Administrator in Windows OS.

If you have a need to restart TRIRIGA on WAS Liberty Profile in Windows you must first find your tririga_root install path. If you used the default for the installer, this should be C:\IBM\Tririga. If you are not sure of the location, you can search for the following files: “run.bat” and “shutdown.bat”. These should be in the TRIRIGA \bin directory.

Stop TRIRIGA:

  • To stop TRIRIGA, navigate to the tririga_root\wlp\bin directory and locate the file called “shutdown.bat”. Right-click on shutdown.bat and choose the Run as Administrator option.
  • Alternatively, on Windows servers, you can open a command prompt and run the command to shut down the Liberty profile: tririga_root\wlp\bin\shutdown.bat

Start TRIRIGA:

  • To start TRIRIGA back up, navigate to the tririga_root\wlp\bin directory and locate the file called “run.bat”. Right-click on run.bat and choose the Run as Administrator option.
  • Alternatively, on Windows servers, you can open a command prompt and run the command to start the Liberty profile: tririga_root\wlp\bin\run.bat

If you need further assistance, please contact IBM TRIRIGA Support.

[Admin: The same article is also posted in the IBM Support Portal and Watson IoT Support blog.]

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