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Check is AEM Server is Up

raghavc
Level 5
Level 5

Hi,

Is there a way to identify if the server startup is complete ?

I need to perform this as part of an env creation script, before the code can be deployed.

AEM version : 5.6.1

Thanks. 

1 Accepted Solution
Opkar_Gill
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi,

if you can parse the logs then you could look for the two messages below in either stdout.log or error.log

stdout.log  09.08.2016 08:09:53.807 *INFO * [main] Startup completed

error.log  09.08.2016 08:09:53.806 *INFO* [main] org.apache.felix.framework BundleEvent STARTED

Regards,

Opkar

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kautuk_sahni
Employee
Employee

Hi 

I am not sure, where i am wrong, but just check the response of "http://localhost:4502/", if it is responding you with 404 then it is not started.

Or 

Check for "http://localhost:4502/libs/granite/core/content/login.html?resource=%2F&$$login$$=%24%24login%24%24&..."    If 404 :- Not started

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   if response is there, then it is started.

~kautuk

Opkar_Gill
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Employee
Employee

Hi,

if you can parse the logs then you could look for the two messages below in either stdout.log or error.log

stdout.log  09.08.2016 08:09:53.807 *INFO * [main] Startup completed

error.log  09.08.2016 08:09:53.806 *INFO* [main] org.apache.felix.framework BundleEvent STARTED

Regards,

Opkar

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raghavc
Level 5
Level 5
Thanks Kautuk. Yes that's a good option. But is their any service available aem. As per adobe doc, status.bat file in bin folder of crx-quickstart should return the status, this did return a response when the server was started with start.bat.       
kautuk_sahni
Employee
Employee

Opkar Gill wrote...

Hi,

if you can parse the logs then you could look for the two messages below in either stdout.log or error.log

stdout.log  09.08.2016 08:09:53.807 *INFO * [main] Startup completed

error.log  09.08.2016 08:09:53.806 *INFO* [main] org.apache.felix.framework BundleEvent STARTED

Regards,

Opkar

 

 

Awesome Help Opkar. This adds information to my kitty.

~kautuk