Chapter 1: Getting Started with EAServer
Some tutorial steps require that you restart, refresh, or shut down the server. From EAServer Manager, you can:
Shut down a server, which means you must restart the server manually as described in “Starting the server”, then reconnect to EAServer Manager as described in “Connecting to the EAServer Manager plug-in”.
Refresh a server, which reinitializes all installed components and Web applications. Newly installed components and Web applications become available to clients, and running components and Web applications are reinitialized.
Restart a server, which shuts down the server process and automatically restarts a new process. The EAServer Manager plug-in automatically connects to the new server process, unless you have changed the host name or port number properties for the IIOP listener.
You must be connected to a server to refresh, shut down, or restart that server. You can also shut down servers outside of EAServer Manager as described in “Shutting down without using EAServer Manager”.
Shutting down, refreshing, or restarting using EAServer Manager
You must be connected to the target server to perform these procedures.
Expand the Servers folder, then highlight the icon for the server to which you are connected, for example, Jaguar.
Use the File menu to perform the required operation:
To restart, select File | Shutdown and Start.
To shut down, select File | Shutdown.
To refresh, select File | Refresh.
Shutting down without using EAServer Manager
You can use this procedure if you are running the server in the foreground in its own console or terminal window. If you are running the server in the background or as a Windows service, shut down using the procedures described in the EAServer System Administration Guide.
Use the system-specific window control to close the window in which the server is running. For example:
Right-click on the title bar and choose Close, or
Click the close icon in the title bar.
On UNIX you can also kill the server process by placing the input cursor inside the window’s text area and pressing Ctrl+C.
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