The stop-database command stops the Java DB server that is available with the Sun Java System Application Server software for use with the Application Server. Java DB is based upon Apache Derby. The database is typically started with the asadmin start-database command. Note that a single host can have multiple database server processes running on different ports. This command stops the database server process for the specified port only.
This command is supported in local mode only.
The host name or IP address of the Java DB server process. The default is the IP address 0.0.0.0, which denotes all network interfaces on the host where you run the stop-database command.
The port number where the Java DB server listens for client connections. The default is 1527.
The following command stops Java DB on the host host1 and port 5001:
asadmin> stop-database --dbhost host1 --dbport 5001 Shutdown successful. Command stop-database executed successfully.
The exit status applies to errors in executing the asadmin command. For information on database errors, see the derby.log file. This file is located in the directory you specified using the dbhome option when you ran start-database, or if you did not specify dbhome, the value of DERBY_INSTALL, which defaults to install-dir/derby.
command executed successfully
error in executing the command