Sun Java System Calendar Server 6 2005Q4 Administration Guide

About start-cal and stop-cal

You can start and stop Calendar Server using the start-cal and stop-cal commands. The start-cal and stop-cal utilities are located in the cal_svr_base/SUNWics5/cal/sbin directory. You must run these utilities on the local machine where Calendar Server is installed.

Note –

Calendar Server provides the csstart and csstop utilities only for compatibility with earlier releases. If possible, use the start-cal and stop-cal utilities to start and stop Calendar Server.

The start-cal utility starts Calendar Server services in the following order:

  1. enpd— Event Notification Service (ENS)

  2. csnotifyd— Notification Service

  3. csadmind— Administration Service

  4. csdwpd— Database Wire Protocol (DWP) service, the distributed database service starts only if you have a remote Calendar Server database configuration

  5. cshttpd— HTTP Service

  6. csstored— Automatic Backup Service

For a description of these services, seeCalendar Server Services