The stop command must stop the application and only return after the application has been completely stopped. It must be a complete UNIX command that can be passed directly to a shell to stop the application.
If the Stop_command is provided, the GDS stop method launches the stop command with 80% of the stop timeout. Regardless of the outcome of launching the stop command, the GDS stop method sends SIGKILL with 15% of the stop timeout. The remaining 5% of the time is reserved for housekeeping overhead.
If the stop command is omitted, the GDS tries to stop the application using the signal specified in Stop_signal.