The ecflow_start.sh script will automatically set up and start your ecflow_server.
If you started an ecFlow manually then your server will start in a halted state.
In this case you you will have to “restart” your server before you can use it.
In a halted state the server will not schedule any tasks.
To check the status of the server, type the following at the unix prompt:
Examine the output. If the ecflow_server is halted you would restart with:
Once the ecflow_server is running you have to start the suite by typing:
Modify your client.py file and then run it.
If you had previously loaded the suite, then comment out the ci.load(..) statement
print("Loading definition in 'test.def' into the server")
ci = ecflow.Client()
print("Restarting the server. This starts job scheduling")
print("Begin the suite named 'test'")
except RuntimeError as e:
What to do
- Restart the ecflow_server
- Begin the suite