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CRSCTL Command Reference

This section provides details about the syntax for the CRSCTL commands that are relevant for Oracle Restart.

Note:

You must be the root user or Oracle grid infrastructure software owner to run these CRSCTL commands.

CRSCTL Command Syntax Overview

CRSCTL expects the following command syntax:

crsctl command has

where command is a verb such as start, stop, or enable. The has object indicates Oracle high availability services. See Table 4-80 for a complete list of commands.

Case Sensitivity

CRSCTL commands and components are case insensitive.

Table 4-80 Summary of CRSCTL Commands

Command Description

check

Displays the Oracle Restart status.

config

Displays the Oracle Restart configuration.

disable

Disables automatic restart of Oracle Restart.

enable

Enables automatic restart of Oracle Restart.

start

Starts Oracle Restart.

stop

Stops Oracle Restart.



check

Displays the Oracle Restart status.

Syntax and Options

crsctl check has

config

Displays the Oracle Restart configuration.

Syntax and Options

crsctl config has

disable

Disables automatic restart of Oracle Restart.

Syntax and Options

crsctl disable has

enable

Enables automatic restart of Oracle Restart.

Syntax and Options

crsctl enable has

start

Starts Oracle Restart.

Syntax and Options

crsctl start has

stop

Stops Oracle Restart.

Syntax and Options

crsctl stop has [-f]

Table 4-81 crsctl stop has Options

Options Description
-f

Force. If any resources that are managed by Oracle Restart are still running, then try to stop these resources gracefully. If a resource cannot be stopped gracefully, then try to force the resource to stop.

For example, if an Oracle ASM instance is running, then SHUTDOWN IMMEDIATE attempts to stop the Oracle ASM instance gracefully, while SHUTDOWN ABORT attempts to force the Oracle ASM instance to stop.

When the -f option is not specified, this command tries to stop resources managed by Oracle Restart gracefully but does not try to force them to stop.