KB#01153-Stopping BBj without prompting for a user
Stopping BBj without prompting for a user
Pass the following modes to the stopbbjservices script:
./stopbbjservices -noprompt [-wait] <server> <port> <user> <password>
Example for a default install:
./stopbbjservices -noprompt [-wait] 127.0.0.1 2002 admin admin123
It will print a message when it is done but the output can be directed to file or /dev/null:
./stopbbjservices -noprompt [-wait] 127.0.0.1 2002 admin admin123 >/dev/null
Once this command has been issued, wait a 90 -120 seconds before attempting to start BBjServices. The amount of time depends on the various factors including processor speed, system activity and BBj activity.
Last Modified: 10/12/2007 Product: BBj Operating System: UNIX
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