Stopping a Cluster - spectrum_platform - 23 - 23.1

Spectrum Installation Guide for Linux

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Spectrum Installation Guide for Linux
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This procedure describes how to stop all Spectrum Technology Platform nodes in a cluster.

  1. Stop the Spectrum Technology Platform server on all nodes in the cluster.
    Change the working directory to the Spectrum Technology Platform server's bin directory, source the setup file, then type the following command: ./server.stop.
    Wait for a node to completely stop before stopping the next node. It is recommended that you check java processes have been stopped on each node after shutting down the cluster.
    Note: You can stop the cluster nodes in any order.
  2. You can tell when the Spectrum Technology Platform server has completely stopped by looking in the log file:
    SpectrumDirectory/server/logs/spectrum-server.log.
    This message is displayed when the server is completely stopped:
    Precisely Spectrum Technology Platform shutdown complete.