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This topic describes the procedure for shutting down a Siebel Server. For background information on Siebel Server states, see Siebel System Monitoring and Diagnostics Guide. For information on other Siebel Server management tasks, see Administering Siebel Servers.
CAUTION: If you are shutting down the Siebel Server that is hosting your current session using the Siebel Web Client, you will lose connection to the Siebel Server and will not be able to restart the Siebel Server using the Siebel Web Client. In such a case, you will need to restart the Siebel Server using the Siebel Developer Web Client or the Server Manager command-line interface. You can shut down and restart Siebel Servers that are not hosting your session using the Siebel Web Client without losing your connection.
NOTE: Shutting down the Siebel Server does not automatically shut down the Siebel Server System Service. In some cases, you may need to shut down not only the Siebel Server, but also the Siebel Server System Service. To shut down the Siebel Server System Service, see Administering the Siebel Server System Service.
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