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Zend Solution Pack Runbook

Once you've successfully run the Zend Solution Pack Macro and set up a functional Zend Server environment in the cloud using the Zend Solution Pack Setup tutorial, you may need to perform the following common runbook operations.

 


Start or Restart Apache

If you find that your application is not being served properly, you may want to simply restart Apache before attempting other troubleshooting solutions.

  1. Go to the Zend Server Deployment (Manage -> Deployments)
  2. Click on the nickname link of the Server that is experiencing the problem.
  3. Under the Scripts tab, run the WEB apache (re)start Operational Script.

Disconnect a Zend Server

By default, a Zend (application) Server will automatically connect to the Load Balancer(s) and Cluster Manager (if available) when it's launched (during the boot phase).  If you want to disconnect a Zend Server, you must disconnect it from the Cluster Manager and Load Balancers. Follow the steps below.

  1. Go to the Zend Server Deployment (Manage -> Deployments)
  2. Click on the nickname link of the Server that you want to manually disconnect from the load balancers.
  3. Under the Scripts tab, run the LB app to HA proxy disconnect Operational Script.
  4. If the Zend Server is also connected to the Cluster Manager, log into the Zend Cluster Manager UI.  To access the UI, enter a similarly constructed URI (e.g. http://zend-cm.mydomain.com:10081/ZendServerManager/Login).
  5. Under the Cluster Setup tab, click Servers.
  6. Click the Remove text link for the Server you want to remove from the Zend Cluster Manager Server.

Connect a Zend Server

By default, a boot script will be executed at boot time when a Zend (application) Server is launched so that it will automatically be connected to the load balancer servers when it becomes operational.  If you want to re-connect a Zend Server, you must connect it to the Cluster Manager and Load Balancers. Follow the steps below.

  1. Go to the Zend Server Deployment (Manage -> Deployments)
  2. Click on the nickname link of the Zend Application Server that you want to manually re-connect to the load balancers.
  3. Under the Scripts tab, run the LB app to HA proxy connect Operational Script.
  4. Go to the Zend Server Deployment (Manage -> Deployments)
  5. Click on the nickname link of the Server that you want to change.
  6. Under the Scripts tab, run the ZEND Zend Server Add to Cluster Boot Script.  Note:  You can also add a Zend Server using the Cluster Manager UI. (Cluster Setup -> Servers -> Add Server)

 

Database Problems

If you experience problems related to your database, please refer to the Database Manager for MySQL Stripe Runbook.

 

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