D.108. tarantella stop

Stops SGD services on the SGD host, prompting if users are currently connected.

Syntax

tarantella stop [ --kill ] [ --quiet ]
                [ --http | --https ] [ --servlet ]
tarantella stop cdm
tarantella stop sgd [ --kill ] [ --quiet ]
tarantella stop webserver [ --http | --https ] [ --servlet ]

Description

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

Caution

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

The following table shows the available options for this command.

Option

Description

--kill

Kills the process IDs used by SGD services. Only use this option if you are having difficulty stopping the SGD server by other means.

--quiet

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

--http

Stops HTTP services (Apache).

--https

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

--servlet

Stops Java Servlet extension and 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.

Subcommand

Description

More Information

cdm

Stops only the UNIX platform client drive mapping services on the SGD server

Section D.109, “tarantella stop cdm”

sgd

Stops only the SGD server.

Section D.110, “tarantella stop sgd”

webserver

Stops only the SGD web server.

Section D.111, “tarantella stop webserver”

Note

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

Examples

The following example stops the SGD server and the SGD web server, without displaying a confirmation message if users are currently connected.

# tarantella stop --quiet