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SQLR-STOP(8)		System Administration Utilities		  SQLR-STOP(8)

NAME
       sqlr-stop - manual page for sqlr-stop 1.7.0

SYNOPSIS
       sqlr-stop [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION
       sqlr-stop is the	shutdown program for the SQL Relay server processes.

       The   sqlr-stop	 program  stops	 sqlr-listener,	 sqlr-connection,  and
       sqlr-scaler processes.

       When run	with the -id argument, sqlr-stop stops processes for the spec-
       ified  instance.	  When	run  with no -id argument, sqlr-stop stops all
       running sqlr-listener, sqlr-connection, and sqlr-scaler processes.

OPTIONS
       -config config
	      Override the default configuration with the specified configura-
	      tion.

       -localstatedir dir
	      Override	the  default directory for keeping pid files, sockets,
	      and other	working	or stateful files with	the  specified	direc-
	      tory.

EXAMPLES
       Stop  instance  "myinst"	who's pid files	are found in the default loca-
       tion.

	      sqlr-stop	-id myinst

       Stop instance "myinst" who's pid	files are found	under /opt/myapp/var

	      sqlr-stop	-localstatedir /opt/myapp/var -id myinst

       Stop all	running	instances who's	pid files are found in the default lo-
       cation.

	      sqlr-stop

       Stop   all   running   instances	  who's	 pid  files  are  found	 under
       /opt/myapp/var

	      sqlr-stop	-localstatedir /opt/myapp/var

       Rudiments version: 1.2.1	Compiled: Oct 23 2019 21:56:05

AUTHOR
       Written by David	Muse.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 1999-2018 David Muse
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

SQL Relay			 October 2019			  SQLR-STOP(8)

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