Script to start SAPRouter on Unix

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Hello,

I just want to share a script to start the saprouter in a easy way on unix. Just put the content bellow in a sh file, and pay attentio on the variables.

Then, just execute “sh start_saprouter.sh” for example, or put some schedule on it.

I hope it is useful.

Regards,
Richard W. L. Brehmer

 

start_saprouter.sh

### Variables ###
porta=”3299″;
SECUDIR=”/usr/sap/saprouter”;
SNC_LIB=”/usr/sap/saprouter/libsapcrypto.so”;
DNAME=”p:CN=server, OU=0001000000, OU=SAProuter, O=SAP, C=DE”;
### Variables end ###

### Check if saprouter is already running:
pid1=”`netstat -nlp | grep ‘0.0.0.0:'”$porta”‘.*saprouter’ | sed -n 1p |awk ‘{print $7}’ | cut -f1 -d “/” `”;

if [ -f $pid1 ]

then # Not running.

  ### check if the port is free:
echo -e “\nChecking port…”;
processo=”`netstat -nlp | grep 0.0.0.0:”$porta” | sed -n 1p |awk ‘{print $7}’ | cut -f1 -d “/”`”;
sleep 2;

  # If port free:
if [ -f $processo ]
then
echo -e ‘\nStarting SAPRouter on port: ‘ $porta;
sleep 2;
export SECUDIR=$SECUDIR
export SNC_LIB=$SNC_LIB

  /usr/sap/saprouter/./saprouter -r -R “$SECUDIR/saprouttab” -W 60000 -G “$SECUDIR/saprouterlog.txt” -S $porta -K “$DNAME” &

  pid=”`netstat -nlp | grep ‘0.0.0.0:'”$porta”‘.*saprouter’ | sed -n 1p |awk ‘{print $7}’ | cut -f1 -d “/” `”;
echo -e “\n\nSAPRouter is running on PID: “$pid;
echo -e “\n”;
exit;
# if the port isnot free.

  else
echo -e ‘——————————————————-\n’;
echo -e ‘ It is not possible to start SAPRouter\n’;
echo -e ‘ The PID: ‘$processo’ is already using the port: ‘ $porta;
echo -e ‘——————————————————-\n’;
fi

  ###################
else # Its already running.
echo -e “\nSAPRouter is already running”;
pid=”`ps -ef |grep saprouter | sed -n 1p |awk ‘{print $2}’ `”;
echo -e “\nPID: “$pid;
echo -e “\n”;
sleep 2;
fi

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