zato stop

Overview

Stops a Zato component.

If the component is a server, all the worker subprocesses will be stopped. If the server has started any outgoing connectors, they will be stopped too.

Unlike the majority of other commands, stop doesn’t merely print out OK on stdout on a successful completion. Instead, full path to the component stopped is repeated so that admins can quickly spot any mistakes and start back components that have been erroneously stopped.

Subcommands

  • (None)

Command-specific parameters

Name   Description Example value
path   Path to a Zato component to stop ~/dev3/web-admin

Usage

$ zato stop [-h] [--store-log] [--verbose] [--store-config]
    path
$ zato stop ~/dev3/web-admin
Stopped web admin in /home/zato1/dev3/web-admin
$

Changelog

Version Notes
1.0 Added initially