Determining FME Flow Processes

To determine the FME Flow processes that are running:

  • Windows: Launch the Windows Task Manager. Ensure that the Task Manager is set to show processes from all users.
  • Linux: Examine the output of:
  • ps -A | grep -i fme ‘fme\|postgres\|redis'

The following FME Flow processes might be listed:

Windows Linux Description
FMECleanup.exe FMECleanup FME Flow System Cleanup service
FMEConfiguration.exe FMEConfiguration FME Flow Backup & Restore
FMEConnection.exe FMEConnection FME Flow Database Connections and Web Connections access
FMEEngine.exe fme One for each running FME Engine
FMEMountPoint.exe FMEMountPoint FME Flow Resources
FMENotifier.exe FMENotifier FME Flow Subscriber Manager - requires the FME Flow Core to be running
FMEProcessMonitorCore.exe FMEProcessMonitorCore FME Flow Process Monitor for Core processes
FMEProcessMonitorEngines.exe FMEProcessMonitorEngines FME Flow Process Monitor for Engine processes
FMEPublisher.exe FMEPublisher FME Flow Publisher (includes Automations Triggers)
FMERelayer.exe FMERelayer FME Flow Publisher Manager
FMEScheduler.exe FMEScheduler FME Flow Schedules service - requires the FME Flow Core to be running
FMEFlow.exe FMEFlow FME Flow Core
FMEFlow_ApplicationServer.exe java The Apache Tomcat Web Application Server (servlet) that is installed with an Express installation of FME Flow, or as an option with a Distributed installation of FME Flow.
FMESMTPRelay.exe FMESMTPRelay FME Flow SMTP email receiver. For more information, see Configuring FME Flow to Receive Email.
FMESubscriber.exe FMESubscriber FME Flow Subscriber (includes Automations External Actions) - requires the FME Flow Core to be running
FMEWebSocket.exe FMEWebSocket FME Flow WebSocket Server. For more information, see WebSocket Publisher and WebSocket Subscriber.
postgres.exe postgres The PostgreSQL server for the FME Flow Database that is installed with an Express installation of FME Flow.
memurai.exe redis-server FME Flow Queue, for managing Queue Control.