7.6 Stopping Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat

Linux

To stop a running instance of Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat, start a new terminal window and run the shutdown.sh script:

prompt$ cd $SERVER_HOME
prompt$ bin/shutdown.sh

To stop a running instance of Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat immediately, bypassing normal shutdown processing, run shutdown.sh with the -immediate option:

prompt$ cd $SERVER_HOME
prompt$ bin/shutdown.sh -immediate

If, when you started the Web Server instance, you used the -jmxport option to specify a non-default JMX port number, then you must pass this port number to the -jmxport of the shutdown.sh script to gracefully shut it down. For example, if you specified 9090 as the JMX port, use the following to shut down the Web Server instance:

prompt$ cd $SERVER_HOME
prompt$ bin/shutdown.sh -jmxport 9090

Microsoft Windows

To stop a running instance of Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat, start a new console window and run the shutdown.bat script:

prompt> cd %SERVER_HOME%
prompt> bin\shutdown.bat

To stop a running instance of Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat immediately, bypassing normal shutdown processing, run shutdown.bat with the -immediate option:

prompt> cd %SERVER_HOME%
prompt> bin\shutdown.bat -immediate

If, when you started the Web Server instance, you used the -jmxport option to specify a non-default JMX port number, then you must pass this port number to the -jmxport of the shutdown.bat script to gracefully shut it down. For example, if you specified 9090 as the JMX port, use the following to shut down the Web Server instance:

prompt> cd %SERVER_HOME%
prompt> bin\shutdown.bat -jmxport 9090