Step 3. Determine the CIMPLICITY Process Status

CIMPLICITY processes display in the left column of the CIMPLICITY Process Control dialog box. The status appears on the row, to the right of the process.

A process status can be:

  • Halted or
  • Running.

The following table lists background Process IDs for all base system and product options for CIMPLICITY processes. The set of options running on a node depends on the communication protocols, printers, and product options you have installed.

AMRP Alarm Management Resident Process
CAL_RP Action Calendar
CNCALM CNC Alarm Process
DL_RP Data Logger Resident Process
DYNCFG Dynamic Configuration Process
EM_RP Event Manager Resident Process
MTCPSI_RP Modbus TCP Client Interface
MRTUSI_RP Modbus RTU Client Interface
MASTER_<port> Device Communications Interfaces
MASTER_<printer_name> Alarm Manager Line Printer Process
MASTER_PTDP_RP Point Management Virtual Point Resident Process
MASTER_PTM<n>_RP Point Management Resident Process
PASH SOA resident process creates the SOA host component and launches CIMPLICITY Service Provider.
PDC_DS Tracker - Decision Control Data Server
PROF_RP Profile Trending
PRT_CNT Tracker–Tracking Attribute Counts
PRT_CLNT Tracker–Client (communicates from one project to another)
PRT_DC Tracker–Data Collector
PRT_DS Tracker–Tracking Data Server
PRT_GRD Tracker–Tracking Graphic Display
PTDL_RP Point Data Logger Resident Process
PTX_RP Point Translation Resident Process
<rcositename> Tracker–Tracker Routing Control Objects Site
RCODB_RP RCO Configuration Provider to RCO Runtime User Interface
SPC_<group file name> Statistical Process Control
UR_RP User Registration Resident Process