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Administering an Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.4 Configuration

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Updated: March 2019
 
 

How to Stop a Quorum Server

  1. Assume the root role on the host where you want to start the Oracle Solaris Cluster software.
  2. Use the clquorumserver stop command to stop the software.
    # clquorumserver stop [–d] quorumserver
    –d

    Controls if the quorum server starts the next time you boot the machine. If you specify the –d option, the quorum server will not start the next time the machine boots.

    quorumserver

    Identifies the quorum server. You can use the port number on which the quorum server listens. If you provided an instance name in the configuration file, you can use that name instead.

    To stop a single quorum server, provide either the instance name or port number. To stop all quorum servers, when you have multiple quorum servers configured, use the + operand.

Example 58  Stopping All Configured Quorum Servers

The following example stops all the configured quorum servers.

# clquorumserver stop +
Example 59  Stopping a Specific Quorum Server

The following example stops the quorum server that listens on port number 2000.

# clquorumserver stop 2000