HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4


Starts netman, the HCL Workload Automation network management process.

In Windows, the netman service is started automatically when a computer is restarted. StartUp can be used to restart the service if it is stopped for any reason.

In UNIX, the StartUp command can be run automatically by invoking it from the /etc/inittab file, so that WebSphere Application Server infrastructure and netman is started each time a computer is rebooted. StartUp can be used to restart netman if it is stopped for any reason.

The remainder of the process tree can be restarted with the
conman start
conman startmon
commands. See the documentation about conman in the HCL Workload Automation: User's Guide and Reference for more information.
Note: If you start the StartUp command using a remote shell, the netman process maintains the shell open without returning the prompt. To avoid this problem, modify the StartUp command so that the netman process is called in the background, as follows:
# Start netman


You must have start access to the workstation.


StartUp [–v | –u]


Displays the command version and exits.
Displays command usage information and exits.


To display the command name and version, run the following command:
StartUp -v
To start the netman process, run the following command: