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Services

The Services page presents a status overview of the Windows services. From here you can shut down the QlikView Distribution Service (QDS).

Services

The status of the services is automatically refreshed.

Setup

Service Name

When running a QlikView Server with a QlikView Publisher (QVP) license, the following services are presented:

  • QlikView Management Service (QMS)
  • QlikView Directory Service Connector (DSC)
  • QlikView Distribution Service (QDS)
  • QlikView Server (QVS)
  • QlikView Web Server (QVWS)

When running a QlikView Server without a QVP license, the following services are presented:

  • QlikView Management Service (QMS)]
  • QlikView Directory Service Connector (DSC)
  • QlikView ReloadEngine (not a service)
  • QlikView Server (QVS)
  • QlikView Web Server (QVWS)

To view the status of a service in the right pane, Messages, click the service in the left pane.

Running On

The Running On column shows the name of the server on which the service is running. If a service is running on multiple servers, the number of servers is presented.

Status

The current status of the service. The possible statuses are the following:

  • Running
  • Disconnected
  • <Number of servers running> of <total number of servers in cluster> running, if one or more servers in the cluster are down (but not all).
  • Invalid Setup, if multiple instances of the QlikView Management Service are running.

Show Alert

Select the checkbox to enable the alert function in case a service is disconnected.

Information

Service status messages

Click on a service under Service Name to view any status messages for that service. The message is displayed, and underneath, the name of the service followed by the status.

List of custom settings applied to config files

If your deployment is upgraded to QlikView November 2018 or later, a list shows all non-default config values applied to the DSC, QDS, QMS and QVWS services in your deployment.

Select a service under Service Name. If one or more custom values are set, a section called Non default config values for machine <machine-name> is added in the information tab. If a QlikView service runs on multiple machines, a separate list of non-default values is created for each machine. If there are no custom values for the selected service, the message All values are default is displayed instead.

When a QlikView service is run on multiple machines, these machines should have the same config values, unless specific differences are needed. If QlikView Server identifies discrepancies for the same config setting on different machines, a section called Anomalies detected is added below the non-default config values section. This section lists for which settings the config values don't match on different machines.

In the non-default config values list, each customized setting is listed under Setting and displayed as it is in the exe.config file. Values modified by the admin are listed under Existing Value. Original values are listed under Default Value. See the examples below.

Example 1:  

The service is running without any reported problems.

<machine-name>: Running

All values are default

Example 2:  

All services in the cluster are running without any reported problems.

<machine-A>: Running

<machine-B>: Running

Non default config values for machine <machine-A>

Setting Existing Value Default Value
DSCCacheSeconds 910 900
DebugLog true false

Non default config values for machine <machine-B>

Setting Existing Value Default Value
DSCCacheSeconds 910 900

Anomalies detected

DebugLog