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Commands to control services on UNIX clients

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Overview

You can start or stop services on a Unix system. You can use the following commands to control services on Unix clients.

The administrator must log in as a root user to run these commands. If the administrator is not logged in as a root user, they must prefix sudo in the command line. An administrator may use these scripts to temporarily stop and then start the Phoenix services as part of a troubleshooting or an upgrade procedure.

Note: You should run these commands when no jobs are running. Running these commands while backup or restore jobs are in progress will cause them to fail.

Operation Command Description and supported OS
Starting services systemctl start Phoenix

Use this command to start the services.

  • Ubuntu 15.04 or later
  • CentOS 7.0 and later
cd /etc/init.d/
Phoenix start

Use these commands to start the services.

  • All Ubuntu releases prior to 15.04
  • All CentOS releases prior to 7.0
Stopping Services systemctl stop Phoenix Use this command to stop the services.
 
  • Ubuntu 15.04 or later
  • CentOS 7.0 and later
  cd /etc/init.d/
Phoenix stop

Use these commands to stop the services.

  • All Ubuntu releases prior to 15.04
  • All CentOS releases prior to 7.0
Viewing Services systemctl status Phoenix Use this command to view the status of Phoenix services.
  • Ubuntu 15.04 or later
  • CentOS 7.0 and later
cd /etc/init.d/
Phoenix status

Use these commands to view the status of Phoenix services.

  • All Ubuntu releases prior to 15.04
  • All CentOS releases prior to 7.0

 

ps -aux | grep Phoenix