svalentaMon Jul 18, 2011 7:30 amI am wondering if there is a best practice for shutting down a local server for maintenance. It seems reasonable that we would follow the same procedures as shutting down a central server for maintenance. Is this correct?
richard.jacunskiWed Jul 27, 2011 11:40 amThanks for your question. Currently there is no automatic way to effect a risk-free shutdown of a local server without first locking the central. However, you can use the following procedure to shut down the local server:
1) In the Windows Services administration utility, shut down Autosync.
2) Ensure that all users who have accessed the local server shut down their Revit application. (To identify these users, look in the users_temp directory of each model folder in the local server cache.)
3) In the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager, shut down the RevitserverAppPool.
Thanks to Richard Taylor for providing this information.
~Rick Jacunski, Autodesk Revit User Experience Team
biagiWed Jun 27, 2012 9:38 amPlease I need to know How can I Determine Which update Release is install on the Revit Server !!
hermeytheelfWed Jun 27, 2012 9:51 amYou need to be logged on to the server as the person that installed or updated Revit Server. Then you can see it in Add/Remove programs