To deactivate a resource adaptor entity on one or more nodes use the following rhino-console command or related MBean operation.

Console command: deactivateraentity

Command

deactivateraentity <entity-name> [-nodes node1,node2,... [-reassignto
node3,node4,...]] [-ifneeded]
  Description
    Deactivate a resource adaptor entity (on the specified nodes (reassigning
    replicated activities to the specified nodes))

Examples

To deactivate the resource adaptor entity named sipra on nodes 101 and 102:

$ ./rhino-console deactivateraentity sipra -nodes 101,102
Deactivating resource adaptor entity sipra on node(s) [101,102]
Resource adaptor entity transitioned to the Stopping state on node 101
Resource adaptor entity transitioned to the Stopping state on node 102

To deactivate the resource adaptor entity named sipra on node 101, and reassign replicated activities to node 102:

$ ./rhino-console deactivateraentity sipra -nodes 101 -reassignto 102
Deactivating resource adaptor entity sipra on node(s) [101]
Resource adaptor entity transitioned to the Stopping state on node 101
Replicated activities reassigned to node(s) [102]

To deactivate the resource adaptor entity named sipra on node 101, and distribute replicated activities equally among all other eligible nodes (those on which the resource adaptor entity is in the ACTIVE state and the SLEE is in the RUNNING state), specify an empty (zero-length) argument for the -reassignto option:

$ ./rhino-console deactivateraentity sipra -nodes 101 -reassignto ""
Deactivating resource adaptor entity sipra on node(s) [101]
Resource adaptor entity transitioned to the Stopping state on node 101
Replicated activities reassigned to node(s) [102,103]

MBean operation: deactivateResourceAdaptorEntity

MBean

SLEE-defined

Deactivate on all nodes
public void deactivateResourceAdaptorEntity(String entityName)
    throws NullPointerException, UnrecognizedResourceAdaptorEntityException,
          InvalidStateException, ManagementException;

Rhino’s implementation of the SLEE-defined deactivateResourceAdaptorEntity operation attempts to deactivate a resource adaptor entity on all current event-router nodes in the primary component. For this to work, the resource adaptor entity must be in the ACTIVE state on those nodes.

Rhino extensions

Deactivate on specific nodes
public void deactivateResourceAdaptorEntity(String entityName, int[] nodeIDs)
    throws NullPointerException, InvalidArgumentException,
        UnrecognizedResourceAdaptorEntityException, InvalidStateException,
        ManagementException;

Rhino provides an extension that adds an argument that lets you control the nodes on which to deactivate the resource adaptor entity (by specifying node IDs). For this to work, the resource adaptor entity must be in the ACTIVE state on the specified nodes.


Reassign deactivating activities to other nodes
public void deactivateResourceAdaptorEntity(String entityName, int[] nodeIDs, int[] reassignActivitiesToNodeIDs)
    throws NullPointerException, InvalidArgumentException,
        UnrecognizedResourceAdaptorEntityException, InvalidStateException,
        ManagementException;

Rhino also provides an extension that adds another argument, that lets you reassign ownership of replicated activities (from a replicating resource adaptor entity), distributing them equally among other available event-router nodes. This reduces the set of activities on the nodes with the deactivating resource adaptor entity, so the resource adaptor entity can return to the INACTIVE state on those nodes quicker. This only works for resource adaptor entities that are replicating activity state (see the description of the "Rhino-defined configuration property" for the MBean on Creating a Resource Adaptor Entity).

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