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Automatic start on Linux
From: Karl Strasse (gpkarlsyahoo.com)
Date: Wed Aug 25 2004 - 17:48:36 CDT
Is there any command, program that I can call from a rc.d script to stop/start a databas
e instance on reboot in the Linux OS?
From: Becker, Holger Date: March 27 2001 4:46pm
Subject: AW: error -9041, again
> To avoid the error -9041, stop the database in a correct way, that means
> database-SHUTDOWN (red button in DBMGUI or db_offline with DBMCLI).
> is NOT done implicitly if you shutdown your computer/operating system.
SAPDB has a feature (only Windows NT/2000) to start and stop the database
instance automaticly at system startup and shutdown.
To activate this feature you have to set the database service with the
service manager from Windows to startup type = automatic and set the
database paramter RESTART_SHUTDOWN with the dbmcli or dbmgui to AUTO.
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