D.73. tarantella restart

Stops and then restarts services on the SGD server, prompting if users are currently connected.


tarantella restart [ --warm | --kill ] [ --quiet ]
                   [ --http | --https ] [ --servlet ]
tarantella restart sgd [ --warm | --kill ] [ --quiet ]
tarantella restart webserver [ --http | --https ] [ --servlet ]


If no subcommands are specified, this command restarts both the SGD server and the SGD web server.


Never use the UNIX platform kill command to stop SGD services.

The following table shows the available options for this command.




Kills the process IDs used by SGD services.

Only use this option if you are having difficulty stopping the SGD server by other means.


Does not prompt. Stops SGD services even if users are connected.


Tries a “warm restart” of the SGD server. This restarts the JServer component, without affecting other components.

This has no effect on user sessions or application sessions.

Only use this option if no users can log in to SGD or launch applications and no specific reason is found.


Restarts HTTP services (Apache).


Restarts HTTP over SSL (HTTPS) services (Apache). Requires a valid SSL certificate for the SGD web server.


Restarts Java Servlet extension and JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology services (Tomcat).

Stopping an SGD server causes all user sessions and application sessions, including suspended application sessions, to be terminated.

The following table shows the available subcommands for this command.



More Information


Restarts only the SGD server.

Section D.74, “tarantella restart sgd”


Restarts only the SGD web server.

Section D.75, “tarantella restart webserver”


All commands include a --help option. You can use tarantella restart subcommand --help to get help on a specific command.


The following example restarts the SGD server and the SGD web server in HTTP mode. SGD does not display a confirmation message if users are currently connected.

# tarantella restart --quiet --http